1. I'm going to start calling this post "Ten on Almost Wednesday" since I'm just starting it after 10pm.
2. We rearranged Mac's room this past weekend. He has wanted us to do it forever, but I couldn't figure out a new configuration.
4. Mac loves to save drawings and random bit of paper so the wire works perfectly for that...it also is a good place to leave him a note welcoming to his "new" room and reminding him to please put away those piles of laundry...
5. I have officially entered week four of 5K training...which means I am shuffling for sixteen whole minutes...one day I hope to upgrade that shuffle to a jog and maybe even a run.
6. I'm enjoying the shuffling (and earning the check marks) so much that I've already downloaded a 5K to 10K bridge program.
7. It's a possibility that I could get there by May 2nd, but a 30-10K doesn't have the same cheesy ring to it as my 35th birthday 30-5K did.
8. Tomorrow's the first day of school...yesterday I managed to do absolutely nothing whatsoever and today I did this...
9. Made a huge, productive mess. Right after I took this photo I immediately started cleaning because I couldn't handle it.
10. Something is coming out of this crafty disaster tomorrow.
I love house projects...love them with all my heart...love starting them...love finishing them.
It's the time in between starting and finishing that makes me an impatient lunatic. This living room wall took 27 days which I think is a record for the longest project ever around here. We started...and we worked...and worked some more...I obsessed on details...and now it's finally done.
I'm not 100% in love quite yet, but I'll take 92%.
It's the last thing I had in mind that was a major delay. I really wanted a wire to hang random bits on...something to change out and play around with. I was really inspired by this, but wanted something that seemed a little more anchored considering everything else going on with the wall. We had an extra picket from Sean building a fence years ago...and a good green paint we used in the nursery pretty much a lifetime ago.
The wire plans didn't work out exactly, but thankfully Sean had given me these in my Christmas stocking. They're perfect for clipping photo booth strips, an old drawing of Mac's, and this handsome basketball player (even at his young age in his beloved green and gold)...
Okay maybe 94% in love.
This weeks favorites...
I love that I got to watch a coach committed to making sure all his players were consistently out in the game...not just the tall ones or the really good ones...and that he never yelled at the refs even when some of the calls were amazingly questionable.
I love that I got to watch the game with a kid, I mean teenager, who found the humor in me bringing him clothes so we could be matchy-matchy in Sean's school colors...I love that he is always up for an iPhone self-portrait...and that instead of taking the time to go buy the new pair of shoes he needs he decided it'd be best to head home since he had a lot of schoolwork he wanted to get done.
Trust me, this little family can get busy and grumpy with the best of them, but today was just a day when I was extra appreciative of these two guys.
Sorry that you've had to endure day two of poorly taken photos...but at least they're documenting happy little events.
I get a little overly dramatic from time to time. For instance this is my very last free Wednesday night for months and months! My last chance for freedom. From now on I'll be toiling away in class and missing out on everything.
So tonight when I saw that there was a gathering of food trucks in Orange County, I suggested we should go before my leisurely life is completely over. I have been following a few trucks on Twitter, but have never been to one. Mac was at his dad's so Sean and I went to try it out...
We happily stood around sharing food and taking blurry, blown-out photos of it...we had an amazing pork taco at The Lime Truck, a hot dog I will be dreaming about for days at Dogzilla Hot Dogs, a caramel banana crepe at Crepes Bonaparte, and a little white chocolate raspberry cream-puff at Bakery Truck.
I can't wait to go back when I am finally free again.
1. I did a stellar job crossing things of the to-do list today.
2. Unfortunately it's last week's list...still haven't touched this week's.
3. One of things I finished was updating all the albums on the Making Stuff page.
4. I also did all the school spring semester organizing. I have a file box of labeled folders and a binder with labeled dividers all ready to be filled. I'm just not quite mentally ready to start filling them.
5. I better get ready though since I'm in single digits on the back to school countdown.
6. The wall is getting closer...it's been so long that I've talked about the silly thing that it will surely be a letdown when I finally just show it.
7. We invested in a second can of spray paint...and I decided the wall needed a deer right now...if for no other reason than to playfully annoy Sean...
9. I am still a little intimated by it, but completely infatuated with all the possibilities it brings (like when I used a doily pattern for this tag). I thought about it for months but it officially ended up on my Christmas list after reading Amber's review and her advice to get it here with a coupon.
10. Okay it's almost Wednesday so this Ten on Tuesday post has to be done so I can get to bed.
I futzed with the darn wall that is still not done.
I was lovingly kept on a short leash in Trader Joe's, but was still able to find four things we needed when we only went in for one.
We barbecued some chicken and had two side dishes that I added to the recipe blog.
I did a little reorganizing in our laundry room.
And I didn't finish this...
That's what tomorrow is for.
Please tell me I am not the only one who is prone to the internet leading them on a random odyssey every once in awhile. For instance, studying every shade of gray paint your favorite design blogs have ever mentioned or reviewing four dozen recipes for coffee cake. You get the information you need, but you kind of find yourself wishing you had that hour of your life back.
Well, I went on an odyssey yesterday and I consider the hour a darn good trade for what I got. Somehow I saw someone mention FontSpace and next thing I knew I was going through page after page of free fonts...which I hadn't done in awhile so it seemed extra fun to hit that download button over and over.
I thought I'd share what I found in case you want to just type the names into the search bar and save your hour.
I always save a place with post-it notes to remember where each layout belongs in our albums.
Good thing I'm not too much of an organizational nerd, huh?
Page protectors are also a handy way to organize what needs to be scrapbooked. Just slip the photos in to wait until I make a page. Good for keeping things fairly chronological when I don't exactly make things in order.
So speaking of post-it note place holding, just today I was putting older layouts back in the books. They spent time hanging up at Scrapbook Oasis after being made at a crop there...which means I never shared them here. They're from 2007 so the products are a little dated...
#1 How little does Mac look? #2 How fun is scrapbooking?
I really love having random memories and favorite images documented. Oh and organized, of course.
1. I'm fighting a cold and am pretty much the worst sick person ever.
2. Thankfully my bed and some hot tea help make me a little less whiny and grumpy.
3. Before I forget, the banner stamp goes to comment #61
Ellie said...that is some SERIOUS SUPER enabling right there. I LOVE them ALL I am working on two albums this year and I could so using those stamps. January 10, 2011 at 06:24 PM
Ellie please e-mail me your address.
4. I mentioned last week that one of my 2011 goals is to run a 5K...that's going to take some training so I'm officially on the Couch to 5K bandwagon. The iphone app gives you a check mark for each completed workout. I learned today that I will jog when feeling under the weather just to get that check mark.
5. I'm pretty sure I'd do just about anything for a check mark...I love the little sense of accomplishment.
6. The 5K will take place on May 2, 2011...my 35th birthday...but it will be known as my thirty-five-k birthday because I enjoy a cheesy play on words.
7. For instance if I ever end up writing a Sociology textbook I have a play on words all ready for the title...but I won't share it on the minuscule chance that I actually get the chance to do it.
8. Now I have a cheesy layout to share that I made a couple of weeks ago...
9. I mentioned back in July that I have been unreasonably enamored with deer and that it's totally lost on Sean since he grew up with them. Good thing this kind of important stuff is documented for future generations, huh?
10. I organized the rest of our 2010 photos this past weekend and wrote out the list of layouts to make...30 of them...and I have 15 days left before school starts...wish me luck.
I received my order last week although if you're local I know Scrapbook Oasis will have them very soon.
I loved all the love in this release...perfect for Valentine's Day cards and year-round sentiments...
I thought the heart stamp worked well with this punch.
And this is perfect for the back of cards.
I used a bunch of these stamps for a page about Mac.
But my very favorite is the love banner stamp...
I have an extra one to share with you...please leave a comment if you'd love it and I'll do a random drawing tomorrow night...
1. day 14- i xo crunchy leaves, 2. Untitled, 3. gifts for friends, 4. the snow falls, 5. New Galison products, 6. Kitchen, 7. Paper Floral Wreath-Pink Passion Close Up, 8. Old Photo of Inspiration Board
I'm hoping this week has been the adjustment week or something because I need to figure out a way to pick up the pace and really squeeze every possibility out of each day before I head back for grad school part two.
I'll have a new Starred post tomorrow (those holidays got in the way the last couple weeks)...there will be new stamp projects on Monday...and hopefully next week I'll have new valances to show too since I'm finally getting around to using a huge piece of fabric I picked up at a flea market this summer.
The wall is still not completely done...trying to get some paint colors just right for a couple more frames...but something else was hit with spray paint...a plant holder has a whole new (cuter) life...
I mentioned that I started scrapbooking Christmas yesterday and today I finished. I ended up with some not-so-great photos before rushing off to get Mac from school so I just have little snippet of the layouts...
Really though everything I made today was the same...I did maybe one detail...stamped every title with these...and drew some lines with a ruler so I could handwrite the journaling. Once I came up with the "formula" I made about five pages in two hours...and it was far more fun to quickly get the memories saved then let myself get overwhelmed with making lots of pages.
Next up is using the new stamps that arrived today...
1. I feel like I have nothing pertinent to say tonight so please bear with me.
2. I am officially into scrapbooking Christmas...
3. I'm feeling the same way I did last year (and every year) wanting to have it done.
4. These page protectors are helping me get it made quickly...they are so great to put all the extra photos into.
6. I fell in love with spray paint this week...I have been intrigued for awhile (especially from seeing this months ago) but now I am a total believer after we sprayed some wire thing to hang on the new wall.
7. Some of my goals for 2011 are to run a 5K with Sean and to finally track down the Grilled Cheese Truck.
8. Those two goals are pretty counterintuitive.
9. Speaking of grilled cheese...I shared a recipe last week that is ridiculously good.
10. I may or may not have Cardioke-d this morning (and I might really enjoy it).
I mentioned last week about my usual case of after-holiday sadness. Now it's time to adjust to the second wave...Mac and Sean going back to school. I'm being overly dramatic again, but it just takes a little adjustment to go back to the school grind.
So instead I'll concentrate on happy thoughts...like two of my favorite Christmas gifts.
Sean got me an industrial roll to wrap with...there will be lots of brown paper packages tied up with string around here. Thankfully he took me seriously when I said I wanted one of these months ago...
Mac is also a really good gift giver...he made sure to tell Sean I needed even more washi tape...because I might have made sure to tell Mac that I needed this rainbow of graph patterns...
Between these two gifts I could pretty much wrap things forever and ever...which doesn't sound too bad to me.
I stopped to take a photo...
The iPod was playing a little too loud and I was slapping brown paper up on the newly painted wall so we could get a sense of how to hang the random collage of stuff that has found a new home over my grandmother's green couch.
Some spray painting and frame filling needs to take place and then it'll be all done.
At the end of every year I've shared a photo collage with the highlights...the birthdays and trips...the big stuff.
You all know my blog turned five, I graduated, Mac turned 14, Sean ran a lot, I didn't get into grad school and then I did, we went on a big trip and I got a black eye. So I thought as 2010 ends today I'd focus on the little stuff instead...the favorite details...
From the biggest moment to the tiniest detail 2010 was very, very good to us...here's hoping we are just as fortunate in 2011.
Which is the fancy way to say split pea soup. This is a favorite family recipe from Magic Pan restaurant which we all miss dearly. Easy to make and delicious...but nearly impossible to get a nice picture of.
MAGIC PAN RESTAURANT POTAGE ST GERMAIN
1 (1 pound) ham bone 4 1/2 cups water 1 (13 ounce) can chicken broth 2 cups split peas 2/3 cup finely chopped leeks or green onions 1/3 cup finely chopped carrots 1/3 cup finely chopped celery 1 teaspoon granulated sugar 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon thyme Bay leaf 1/2 teaspoon pepper 2 1/2 cups milk 1 cup whipping cream 1 cup chopped ham, cooked 1/2 cup chopped chicken (cooked) (optional) Place ham bone in large pot. Add water, chicken stock and peas and bring to boil over medium heat. Reduce heat and simmer, stirring occasionally for 30 minutes. Sauté the onions, carrots and celery just until limp. Add them to the soup pot along with all the seasonings and continue to simmer until peas are very soft and mixture is thick - about 45 minutes. Remove ham bone. Gradually stir in the milk and cream. Add ham and chicken. Simmer, stirring occasionally, about 10 to 15 minutes. Potage St. Germain soup should be served with a dollop of sour cream and a splash of sherry. The sherry was served on the side in a tiny glass pitcher, while the sour cream was placed in the bowl and dusted with chopped parsley.
After Christmastime is rolling right along and don't forget I warned you that I might do something crazy this week...
I also made my first scrapbook page in a long while...I made one this fall and that's it...so I decided I'd take some index photos from what I recently got printed and warm up with a page about not scrapbooking for months...
And the thank you notes went to comment #20...
Jennifer said...gorgeous!! :)December 29, 2010 at 02:20 PM
Jennifer please e-mail me your address.
Hopefully I'll be showing you the new wall by 2011...
We make a concerted effort to send out thank you's soon after Christmas...especially since we are prone to getting completely spoiled by our family and friends.
This year Mac had me totally beat and had his all written and sealed while I still had a pile sitting on my desk. For his cards he did a drawing that we re-sized and copied...
Thankfully I caught up to Mac and finished writing mine late last night.
I ended up with a few leftover...so if you need to do some post holiday thanking please leave a comment and I'll send them on their way to someone.
I get teased a lot in my family. Granted I can dish it out too...but this blog has provided an excellent reason for jokes at my expense.
So when Sean called me out of my sister's house on Christmas day to show me that we had a little problem it ended up as a "this has to go on the blog" joke.
It went so far as Peg and Rory telling the police officer taking the report about my blog. Oh were they laughing as they searched for any evidence since we assumed it was someone driving down the road with a new BB gun Christmas present.
And we are...but thankfully it means we can find humor in just about anything.
Sean and I have a tradition of opening our gifts from each other as the very last thing on Christmas night. After we tore through them he setup the camera on the tripod at the top of the stairs and ran down before the timer went off.
(I'm wearing the super cozy blanket my mom gave me for Christmas)
I came back downstairs this morning and decided we should pack away the decorations. This whole after-Christmas thing pretty much breaks my heart every year. Good thing I'm not dramatic, right? But it really does make me sad that it's over...so taking everything down is like ripping off the band-aid...get the pain over with quick. Then I try to concentrate on making the house clean and reorganized (and sometimes rearranged...or actually always rearranged).
Considering the past trouble making I've done around this house during the last week of the year, who knows what 2010 edition has in store. Wish poor Sean some luck.
By the end of Christmas day I managed to almost burn dinner for thirteen people to the point of no return...and somehow the one of the small rear windows of our car was shattered as it sat in my sister's driveway...but I'll tell you about that tomorrow.
Today was well stuffed stockings...a fantastic brunch at my sister's...Sean Skyping in on his family's holiday party up in Oregon...and Mac trying to politely let us know what clothes we got him that he liked and didn't (Sean and I high-fived and cheered with every success)...
No matter what this Christmas was so much fun.
1. Mac said last week he couldn't wait for Christmas to get here...I tried to explain to him that the wait is the greatest part of the holidays. All the anticipation and activity...this really is the best week of the whole year.
2. Speaking of activity the main one from this point one will be cooking...one of the things we're making is peppermint fudge sundaes for dessert on Christmas night. It'll be the first time making my mom's mud pie fudge sauce...here's the recipe I have from when I gathered a bunch of family recipes a couple of years ago to make a cookbook for my brother and sister...
3. I think I'm going to have a couple of questions to ask her.
9. I spent a good part of the day staring aimlessly around the house and mentally adding up the dollars in our freezers. Thankfully every one of them was spared. Not even an ice cube melted a single drop.
10. I have never appreciated electricity as much as I do right now.
I really attempted to keep our cards simple this year. Of course "simple" kind of turned into "Well, they have to have embossed backgrounds." Beyond that I reminded myself that every detail eventually had to be done 50 times..so just pick a few good ones...
I think my favorite part might have been using name tags as address labels...loved the bright red on the green envelopes.
But what I loved the very most was sending them on their way to our friends and family.
During the last week of school I very carefully chose our 12 days activities so they didn't take too much time on our last busy school nights...stop at Starbucks on the way home from karate class...hang one more string of lights in Mac's room...or cut snowflakes.
Now that we're all on break we have time to get to the extra fun stuff. Try a new recipe yesterday and holiday crafts today. Yesterday we made chocolate mousse cakes...
And today we camped out in the dining room with a good friend of ours and crafted for hours...we tried to make star ornaments, but our wire wasn't thick enough to bend properly...we stitched little embroidery hoop ornaments...and we made snowman canvases.
Chocolate and crafts pretty much made for the best weekend ever.
1. into the season, 2. love & peace garland, 3. December Daily - #reverb10 Journal Day Pages, 4. xmas, 5. The Treescape, 6. I think he can stay here all year, 7. 'tis the season..., 8. Love, Santa Tags
So much holiday goodness this week...
Today is the kind of day we dream about around here. We are all so darn lucky to get to have a Christmas break...and especially to have that first day when it all stretches out before us like it will never end.
We were supposed to watch a Christmas movie tonight for our 12 Days activity, but poor Mac fell asleep before 8pm...he's finally catching up from all the cruise fun and the last week of school busy-ness.
We have all kinds of fun plans for the next week...getting together with friends...yearly traditions and lots of celebrating. I really could not be happier.
And in other news I've moved on from Pantone 348...
I'm all about a shade like #321 for our holiday thank you cards.
And we found out it's actually kind of tricky...we aren't master snowflake artists quite yet...we had fun trying though...
However we do have an official artist in the house...Mac won the cover contest for the holiday program...
He certainly made his craft-loving mom extra proud tonight.
It seems I am always into a new color and this Christmas it's definitely a deep kelly green...kind of like Pantone 348. Granted I don't really know anything about Pantones, but it certainly sounds official.
So I used this green for our Christmas cards...which I'll share in a few days since they'll go out in the mail tomorrow. However, I do have some thank you gifts to share. We made hot chocolate mix earlier in the week and put it into jars for Mac's school directors and his tutors. When it came time to wrap them I ended up using just green...
Of course Pantone 348 isn't looking so hot in these photos since it was a really cloudy day around here.
To make something to cover the lid I used a 2.5 inch circle punch with some cardstock and a wreath stamp. How cute would this look with some patterned paper?
That is when I'm done being infatuated with Pantone 348.
1. Saturday night was the 7th annual holiday progressive dinner in our neighborhood. We hosted the main course house and made penne with braised short ribs and a bacon ranch salad with sourdough croutons.
2. This means we broke out the "salad furniture"...a.k.a. the massive wood salad bowl that has it's own stand. My father-in-law insisted I needed it as a Christmas gift years ago. Have to admit at first I wasn't convinced, but he just might have been right.
3. Especially considering I'm obsessed with making my own salad dressing and croutons.
4. Another thing I'm obsessed with is using 3M tape as dimensional adhesive...so much so that I have gone through an industrial sized roll (from the hardware store) in a matter of months...so now I'm onto my next one...
5. Teacher gifts were finished today...
7. I made the tag into a PDF in case you'd like to be cheesy too. Download Lots of dishes tag
8. After I printed these tags not just one, but both of our printers stopped working properly.
9. And it's not like I still have Christmas cards to finish and address...which completely requires a printer.
10. But on the bright side, the very bright side, I'm completely done with school and have 41 glorious days off.
I mentioned last week that I was making Twelve Days of Christmas plans for when Mac got home from his cruise. As of tonight he is safe and sound and full of stories. Starting tomorrow we'll have a little family activity to do everyday through the 24th...
They're all tucked inside little sewn pouches to open each day...can't wait to have some holiday fun.
Good stuff from this past week...
The hello stamp went to comment #27
Maeghan M. said...I love that cute little hello stamp! TFS! December 08, 2010 at 08:22 AM
Maeghan please e-mail me your address.
Some one asked about the table in my room...it's from Ikea. I bought it to have someplace in here where I can stand up to work.
1. I keep thinking about Mac being gone as just one really long weekend at his Dad's.
2. And it means I can cook everything he doesn't like....and we can watch TV while we eat dinner...and I have an extra hour in my day since I'm not his taxi this week.
3. Can you tell I'm trying to be positive?
4. One thing I'm sincerely happy about is while he's gone I can plan for fun things to when he gets back...there is definitely a growing Twelve Days of Christmas plan around here.
5. Another thing I'm sincerely happy about is the e-mail I got this morning telling me I could watch the bow of the ship on a webcam which is something I would have never known (thanks again Jennifer).
6. Christmas cards are beginning to arrive around here...which means I'd better start on getting some out of here. I started the "maybe I'll use this stuff" pile on Sunday night...
7. I took that pile and made half a dozen rejects today...and one that looks promising.
8. A major goal this year is to make sure the card doesn't have two dozen steps like last year.
9. When Sean saw the "maybe I'll use this stuff" pile he asked with fear in his voice, "Are we going to use all those stamps?" Clearly he know me too well. (but no we are not)
10. And speaking of stamps I made little order last week and have an extra "hello" stamp to share...please leave a comment and I'll do a random drawing tomorrow evening...
I mentioned earlier this week about the schoolwork getting in the way of December fun. So I set myself a goal to be done with all the article reading and writing by Sunday.
It worked. Scissors, tape, tags and a lot of cheery patterns were the carrot I dangled in front of my face as I finished summarizing the last articles. I told myself when I was done I could wrap Christmas gifts.
The best part was piling them under the tree...
1. Molly's Sketchbook: Felt Christmas Tree PIns, 2. merry envelope, 3. Even a bit of Christmas in the loo, 4. My Bags..., 5. holiday embellishments, 6. My workspace lamp, 7. Untitled, 8. merry christmas from the madisons
I have tons of saved links from this week...
I have to leave soon to pick Mac up from school. He'll come home to take a quick shower, eat some promised pasta with butter & cheese (his most favorite meal) , and then I'll drop him off at his Dad's for them to fly and sail away.
Everything is ready including bags of snacks with loving notes (or more like, "I'm begging you to be careful" notes) and a notarized letter with Mac's passport to try to ensure that there aren't any issues since he's traveling internationally with only one parent.
I will miss him...I'll worry...but I'll eagerly wait to hear that he's having the time of his life.
And I will continue to tease Bryce about meeting someone named "Svetlana" in the Ice Bar that's on the ship.
I contemplated participating with a December Daily book, but I knew all too well that that first couple of weeks would sound like a broken record...
Day #4 Buried in journal article reading for my Annotated Bibliography
Day #7 Sick of having to type the words, "studied, researched, examined and findings"
Day #13 Why did I save reading three books until the end...and why did I only leave myself a week to do it?
Maybe instead I'll do a Twelve Days of Christmas book for when we have time to do the fun holiday stuff.
However if I were making a December Daily here are the other things I'm doing on Day #2 besides crying over a 3-inch binder full of Sociology...
Watching the packing pile grow on the guest bed and trying not to freak out that Mac leaves tomorrow.
Running errands and coming right home to wrap gifts so Sean won't see what I've bought him. (meanwhile that cabinet is holding all the other gifts I need to wrap)
1. Last spring Mac's dad said he'd like to take Mac on a cruise that his family would be going on...so it's been planned for awhile.
2. But now it's next week...Mac leaves on a red-eye to Miami on Friday night.
3. Then he has to float on a boat for a week...which of course worries his scaredy-cat mother.
4. Especially because water is pretty much my #1 fear.
5. For instance I can only watch Titanic until they say "Iceberg straight ahead"
6. Thankfully there shouldn't be any icebergs in the Western Carribean.
7. Although considering the last trip with his dad, who knows what Mac will be up to as he travels the high seas.
9. So I have to admit I played pretend when I saw $99 fares to New York this morning...
10. Well I wasn't entirely pretending, but uber-responsible Sean kindly made sure that I was.
Oh my goodness was this one hour of fun...I found a poster (and more for Christmas gifts)...a little giftcard bag and blocks...a yellow felt rose clip...an adorable bird (really wanting an owl in the same shade of green)...and too much washi tape because I can never resist it.
We had the whole darn week and it still wasn't enough time to get it all done.
However I will concentrate on how much did get done, including this mess which was one of my finest ideas...
We tried to be very methodical about the decorations which included taking everything out and placing it on the dining room table. The simple act of being able to see everything at once instead of digging around in the boxes allowed all of this to be handled in less than an hour.
I joked with my brother tonight that the Christmas decorations are done (minus the ornaments on the tree) and miraculously Sean and I are still married.
Sean amended that we'll always stay married, but it's impressive that we got through it and are still happily talking to each other.
And now on to this week...
Tomorrow is Cyber Monday so I've been plotting some online shopping...I was excited to get this e-mail from Catslife Press tonight...
For Cyber Monday, we are offering Free Shipping AND 15% off for any retail order over $25 (including overseas)! Just mention "Cyber Monday" when placing your order. This offer is valid now through the end of Monday, November 29th, 2010
Anyone want stamps for Christmas? :)
I also thought I'd jump in on the Cyber Monday fun and offer a discount code for the shop...it'll be good on the last few sale items left in the shop and will expire when I upload new holiday tag kits late tomorrow. Use the code "CYBER" for an additional 20% off...
I'll be eager to share those holiday decorations soon...
This week's favorites...