Good evening, peeps! I have a few more odds and ends to share tonight, so this will be a pretty random post. I haven’t been crafting much this week at all. Hopefully this weekend, but there are a few things I wanted to share tonight anyway.
First off, there’s an awesome “Friday before Black Friday” sale going on over at Catch the Moments Kits. The sale starts tonight at midnight. There will be ten different sales and each sale will be good until the next one is posted. You can shop all day and combine your orders and have them all shipped together. Fun, right? You can read all the delicious details right here. I’m sure Devon’s got some fabulous things in store for you.
In other news, I’ve chosen the winner of the Christopher Pines ribbon package from my Tuesday stamp release blog hop. The lucky person who will receive the ribbon package is:
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Great card and thanks for the tip on making “snow”!
Congrats, Janice!! I’ve emailed Lesley and she should be contacting you very soon!! Enjoy your ribbons and thanks so much to all of you for your sweet comments. You made the blog hop so much fun!
I’ve added one little thing to my itsy bitsy Etsy shop tonight and thought I’d share. This is a Christmas countdown calendar made with little envelopes. I just think the envelopes are super cute and would be fun to fill up with tiny presents. Looky.
The package includes twine and some tiny little clothespins in fun colors for hanging the envelopes up. Here’s a look at a few of the envelopes.
Wonder what you’d put in envelopes this small?
How about tickets to a movie or event.
small pieces of candy or gum
notes of love
a first clue to a treasure hunt that leads to a larger gift
See? Fun, right?
My husband and I decided we would not be ordering school photos this time around, but would shoot our own this year. We figured we’d save in the ball park of $60 or so by taking our own photos instead of ordering the outrageous school packages with photos we really don’t like that much anyway.
So, the other day I took my two sons out for a photos shoot. we had a lot of fun and they cooperated so well. Here are just a few of my favorites.
Here’s Nathaniel, my 11 year old sixth grader.
Let me just say here how proud I am of my two boys. Not only do I think they the most handsome boys ever, but they’re so much fun, so unique, and have so many incredible gifts and talents.
Nathaniel is our little entrepreneur. He has his own little business of making and selling duct tape wallets to his friends and classmates. He also is a whiz at school. He’s got such a great mind and he uses it well.
Isaiah is our sports enthusiast and a talented piano player. His continues to amaze his piano teacher with how fast he catches on to a new piece of music. He’s always, always throwing around a football or baseball or tackling somebody.
These two guys mean the world to me, and their sister, of course. And their dad too! (wink)
That’s all for today. Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you all have a fantastic day, and don’t forget to check out the super Catch the Moments sale all day Friday!!