Wednesday, October 14, 2015

May Your Christmas Be Blessed

 Hey there, hi there, ho there...it's Wednesday....middle of the week!  Hope your week is zooming on by and that it has been a great one so far.  We (and I say that term lightly as it really is my hubby) have been repainting the inside of our house. We had new family room furniture arrive yesterday. It looks absolutely gorgeous!  So pleased that the paint colors (we may or may not have tried a few before we settled on where we are now look great.  Now it's time to pick out some new accessories!

But enough about house decorating...here's a card I made a few weeks ago...no particular challenge...working to continue to put a dent in my Christmas cards!

9 comments:

  1. we need to chat...our lounge is being painted! Hubby not doing it as I am sure you guessed but we are going to be shopping for new cushions etc this weekend. Oh and your card is gorgeous xx

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  2. Love this fabulous card Lynn, that is such a great stamp set. Yay your furniture arrived I bet it looks gorgeous the prints you picked were lovely and glad to hear you are happy with the paint. ;)

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  3. Very pretty - love the feeling of catching the flowers and leaves in mid-flight as they fall gently. Very exciting about the house, too! I could get into that!

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  4. Simply beautiful, Lynn! Love those flying flowers! Happy for your makeover!

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  5. Lovely card, Lynn :) The black trim is fabulous.

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  6. love those poinsettias! Oh, new furniture, always fun! I bet it all looks fantastic once you're done! ox

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  7. I may have gone through 15 little pint sized samples before deciding on one color - throughout the entire upper level, Lynn! A 'few' doesn't sound bad to me!! LOve this little Christmas CAS beauty!
    =]

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  8. I've been away too long, but what a pleasure to catch up on your beautiful cards tonight. How fun that you are redoing your family room. We painted no less than 7 samples (probably more) on our kitchen walls before finally deciding on the *right* color. It backfired a bit as my son eventually decided to try his own colors out on the walls. :)

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  9. Crisp, fresh, festive and fabulous, Lynn ... the sentiment is just lovely! Hugs, Anita :)

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