A few cards and a banner…

Dec 3, 2010

First the winner of the December Cocoa Daisy Kit Giveaway is…

Kathryn, December 1, 2010 at 12:23 pm, This may be a long post but it’s a great one. You’re never one to skimp on providing clear directions. That’s what we love about you! Thanks for sharing this beautiful way to present a gift card.

Congrats, Kathryn! Email me at lisa@lisapace.com your address and I will get Christine to mail your kit. Happy Creating!!!

As you all know I love the etsy store Laura’s Vintage Garden. Well Laura has graciously created a coupon code for my blog readers. This coupon code will remain active until Dec. 10th. The coupon code is Lisa25 type the code in the coupon section when you pay and you will receive a 25% discount off your entire order, before shipping. This code is good for anything in Laura’s shop. So go check out all her wonderful digital ephemera, vintage photos, trims and flowers… you are going to want some.

And here are a few sneak peeks of the projects featured and created this week in my “All Things Winter” workshop… two beautiful cards and a holiday banner. These completed cards would also look great framed and given as gifts.

This card features Wendy Vecchi’s Studio 490 “Art of Making It Merry” stamp set.

This card uses clear “Fragments” Tiles by Tim Holtz… love these!

This holiday banner uses the Triangle Banner Album by Maya Road. If you have trouble finding this chipboard album you can use the Mixed Scallop Triangle Banner Album. Painting and glittering the scallop pages would be gorgeous.

Next weeks featured projects include a gift tag, layout and 16 page mini album for you to document a family photo as well as photos of your holiday tree, favorite recipes, cherished ornaments and decorations. Until then I have got to get this house looking festive. I haven’t put up one Christmas decoration, our tree or purchased a single gift… this is not good! Send good vibes my way for a productive holiday decorating and shopping weekend. Oh I guess more like a productive holiday decorating and shopping Sunday, as I teach an all day workshop at The Crafty Scrapper, tomorrow.

Have a great weekend and see ya, Monday.

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