This year I have a goal of making enough Christmas cards throughout the year to be able to participate in a holiday craft fair. If not, at least make enough to send to everyone on my list without having to stress in December. Fingers crossed!
This is my last Christmas card of the season, I believe. Hopefully this next year I will be better at making them all year and not wait and do them all at the last minute. I did better this last year and it was nice, but honestly, Thanksgiving hits and I get in the mood and I really enjoy making lots of Christmas cards (and I need to I lost count somewhere around sending out 80+)
I could use a hot drink right now. It is really cold here right now! Not getting snow cold, so I shouldn’t complain. Yeah, I am still going to complain. I have hit a point in life where I do not like it to be very cold.
This is one of those moments that I could keep my mouth shut, but I am just not that person. I got super excited because all of a sudden I realized that I had the dies to cut out the snow drifts for this card. I had totally forgotten what these dies did! Probably shouldn’t admit that, but, eh, that’s just how I am. Now if I only remember when I need to make waves of water…
Wow, did this card take a lot of work! I am not sure that I am all that happy with it, but there was definitely a point of no return when I realized how many hours had been spent already. I don’t hate it, I just don’t love it, and I wanted to love it a lot more after spending so much time working on it. Why does it work that way?