Friday, December 9, 2011

Friday evening..














            Hope you are all home...warm and snug!  We are....hanging out the three of us...er....the six of use including the two cats and lab watching tv.  Couch potatoes are a wonderful thing on a cold Winter night.  I popped in to share a few more things made for Purple Onion Designs.  I am head over heels in love with the Holiday Postmark set.  Sooo fun to use to add a detail here and there.   I also used the vintage perpetual calender a bit and can't wait to use more of it on another project.  Also used were the handwritten holiday set, and vintage snowflakes set and the deluxe labels.  As per norm for me I had to sprinkle some glitter here and there.   Been having fun making holiday tags.  So how are you all doing with your Christmas crafts?  Getting them done?  Lots to do huh?   I say get the fun stuff done and let the rest slide....the holidays are meant to be enjoyed.   I don't worry anymore about the things that don't get done.  There is always next year!  Happy Weekend!  hugs, cherry

20 comments:

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

All of your projects are just so very beautiful! I love coming here to look at your projects... you are so talented! Have a wonderful weekend and Merry Christmas! Angie xo

Evgenia Petzer said...

Hi there! so gorgeous your creations are! just wanted to ask you- how do you apply the glitter all over the project? Looks stunning!

Ros said...

Beautiful!! you tie the most wonderful bows!!

noomiy said...

wonderful cards! :)
They inpire me a lot!

cnelson said...

So CUTE and FAB!!!

Cindy said...

So lovely! I just love your glittery style. I am making tags for presents now. I like your ice skates.

Rebekah said...

these are darling. I think you've inspired me to take a peek at Purple Onion stamps. Such great inspiration..love the glitter. the more the merrier i say:)

Linda B said...

Your work is always an inspiration, Miss Cherry! Beautiful!!!
Hugs!

Lynn said...

oh my! so much vintage-y goodness here on your blog. I love it! Your detail photos are so gorgeous. Beautiful eye candy!

kolleen said...

Love love your creations! The little rabbit is adorable. Thanks for stopping by my bog. I appreciate your visit and comment. You are now bookmarked as I love your goodies. Merry Christmas! Kolleenskreations.blogspot.com

Anne Tussing said...

Wonderful, glittery and inspired projects! I love your style!

kolleen said...

So glad to have found another glitter addict out in the blogosphere. Lol

pattyo said...

These are so adorably sweet! I love the glittered effect. Just got back from a weekend in Williamsburg, VA to enjoy the holiday festivities. So much fun!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Oh wow, you got some FABULOUS project here, I love your vintage style, your attention to details, you have lots of gorgeous work here, thanks for sharing your talent! And thanks for you sweet comment for my blog! : )

Audrey Pettit said...

Stunning! Your eye for detail is just out of this world, my friend!

Rachele Funk said...

Can you tell me what you use on your projects that looks like Mica Glitter? Where do you get it? Love all of your stuff!

Ros said...

So adorable ... how cute is that Christmas Bunny!!! and I love the post marks ... gorgeous!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

So pretty and cheerful! Happy New Year, Cherry.

Kathy M.

Mommy said...

Hi - your projects are beautiful. May I ask where you got the adorable ice skating die? My niece skates and I would love to get one or even buy a few die cuts from you for cards? Thanks! Jill / Seattle Wa
jillandstu at aol dot com

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Just want to say that I think we would be grand friends, Cherry. I just read your profile again, and our tastes are very similar. If you think it is me around town, it most likely is ... but often I wear jeans, sweatshirts, no make up and my hair isn't styled ... I'll keep a look out for you too! Seeing each other once at the post office isn't enough, lol. Thanks so much for your good-luck wishes for Tyler.

Happy New Year!

Kathy M.