Saturday, October 22, 2016

Think Pink

That is the topic for this weeks challenge on Simon Says Stamp Wed. Challenge.
It is breat cancer awareness month, you know!
I created a Christmas card using non-traditional colours
Using some Memory Box dies and the glittery tree is a Frantic stamper die.  
And some twinery twine.

Loving not have to get out the door by 8.  Sometimes we take things for granted.  
Yesterday Curtis did a Red Cross Blood run to Missoula.
I got the house back in order after having grandkids here.  Vacuumed through and mopped floors.
I went to the hospital and got my flu shot as they were starting to send me irritating phone texts I didn't have mine yet.  I like to wait until the end of Oct. so it carries me through longer into the spring.
So trying to drink lots of fluids and take Tylenol.  
Work called at 6 this morning to see if I would go in.  I declined. They said they had a no show, which is very unusual for outpr unit.  They also called yesterday afternoon for help.  I said I could go in after I dropped Curtis off, but they declined my help.  
Have been reorganizing my dies and getting some into better packaging, so I don't actually lose them.
And obviously working away on my Christmas cards.


Susanne said...

I love the idea of a pink Christmas cards. All your cards these days are just so lovely.

Team Clark said...

These are both so very pretty! Hugs, Autumn

Lisa said...

Both of your cards are beautiful!! I love the wintry scenes you've created on both of them!! Gorgeous cards!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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Teresa Kline said...

hello leslee! wow, what an amazing christmas card, luv the pink, silver trees, and the reindeer....very pretty! I am so glad you played along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

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Lynette Jacobs said...

Your card is so pretty Leslee xx

Tracey said...

Hi Leslee, The pink Christmas card is so pretty, love the snowy scene on both cards. I'm trying to do Christmas cards too!