Saturday, November 24, 2012

                   
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Thanksgiving Fun!




Schwooo! It's like I disappeared from blogland! :) We were lucky enough to have Kent's family come to Dallas and surprise him for his 50th birthday on Thanksgiving day this year! He had surprise #1 on Tuesday when his parents knocked on the door and then surprise #2 on Wednesday when niece Emma knocked on the door! He was beyond surprised, and we had an awesome week, which included a little cardmaking and tree climbing, as you can see in the above photos. I introduced Emma to some challenges, and we had loads of fun. The girl is uber talented and crazy for Thickers and buttons! :)

One challenge we worked on, Clean and Simple #218. You can never go wrong with their awesome sketches! 


I'm catching up in blogland and will probably be by to visit you tonight or tomorrow! Thanks so much for stopping by! Hugs and happy stamping!

10 comments:

Jen said...

so cute!! what a fun surprise...love the cards! and i think i might have to bust out some thickers myslef!!;)

~amy~ said...

ho ho ho!
Sooooo fun!!!

claudia shadler said...

hee! luv the word bubbles and thickets! cute cute! I was wondering where you were! it's always nice to have fan around!

Hugs,
C :)

Heather P. said...

Awesome cards! And who doesn't love Thickers?? They rock!! :)

Linda Callahan said...

This is a great sketch - love the ho ho ho! And Emma looks like she had a grand time creating!

Michelle said...

so clever! love the ho ho ho idea. works perfect for this sketch. and really like your tinsel trim.

Cindy Major said...

LOVE your interpretation of the sketch! The Ho Ho card is CUTE!

I hope I get to stamp with my niece some day! Hopefully, she'll be into crafts, too...

Darnell J Knauss said...

That is ho ho ho cute, Angie!! Welcome back ~ family is the best reason to be missing from Blogland!

Tascha said...

Hi Angie, Ooh I love such family surprises and your card is just fantastic
have a grerat day
Tascha

Kelly Griglione said...

How fun, love the different fonts you used! And that the "O" still has it's belly button : )