Are you starting to think about the Holidays?
Are you starting to think about ALL the Holiday cards you would like to send out this year?
… this Saturday, Oct. 4th, is World Card Making Day!
What a great way to get started on (or add to) your Holiday cards! 😀
So, I would like to invite you all to come join me, along with the rest of the Kitchen Sink Design Crew, for a day in the Kitchen of card making challenges, prizes and fun! 😀
The Kitchen Crew, has put together some really fun challenges for you … and by playing along, you will qualify for some very cool handmade prizes plus, a BONUS PRIZE, that I know you are going to like!!!!
The fun begins right here, this Sat. starting at 11 am (EST).
Then on the hour for the next 6 hour, there will be a new challenge to inspire you, hosted by a Kitchen Sink Crew Member on their blog.
Here is line up for Saturday:
11 am – Nicole
12 noon – Tammy
1 pm – Dee
2 pm – Julie
3 pm – Lori
4 pm – Tracy
5 pm – Maria (ME) …. (I will also be announcing the Winner for “What’s Cook’n with Your Kitchen Sink Stamps?” – Special Drawing during this hour too!) 😀
Please go to the Kitchen Sink Blog [ here ] tomorrow morning for all the details about the card challenges, how to play… and how to win those prizes. 😀
I do hope you will drop in tomorrow with your card making supplies within reach and ready to play, have fun and make some cards with us! 😀
And before I go, I have a little card I would like to share with you … it isn’t a Holiday Card … YET!!! LOL
I made the envelope using the
Sizzix Bigz Die – Envelope, Square. It is just 2 cute! 😀
Paper: Pacific Point, Bashful Blue, Close To Cocoa, Riding Hood Red, Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip, Designer Series from SU!
Ink: Craft White, Riding Hood Red, Close To Cocoa and Chocolate Chip from SU!
Embellishments: Tab paper punch from McGill, Antique Brass & Blue Crystal brads from Making Memories, Chocolate Chip narrow grosgrain ribbon from SU!, Blue with Chocolate Brown dot ribbon from Michael’s and Sakura pen – Clear Star for little highlights on the stamped flowers.