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Tuesday 8 December 2020

Tis the Season Day 31, December 8th


Once again Leigh is hosting a "stay crafty @ home" Blog Hop to help keep our spirits high, creatively inspired and busy while celebrating the season safe at home during this terrible pandemic!
This is a 2 month long hop to celebrate Fall/Autumn, Winter, Christmas and Craftmas and the hop ends December 20 at 11:55pm pacific!  

Join in as little or as often as you like...

For more details go to

I will be sharing today's crafty make on Leigh's info page...


I am in the middle of writing my Christmas cards - and I have discovered there are Christmas stamps available to send cards within Australia and overseas at very reasonable rates - as long as they are under 20g. 
Most of my cards and not under 20g what with the thickness of the card blanks, the layers of matting, the embellishments... I have a box full of ones that I don't think I will use!
Anyway, I decided I would have to make some one layer cards...

Using a holly stamp from Stamplorations, a snowflake stamp from Stampin Up and a Micron pen, I drew this:

To this one I added a sentiment in blue (unbranded stamp).

Happy Hopping!



  1. Fabulous!!!!!
    Thanks for joining in on the 'Tis the Season Blog Hop!
    Stay Safe!

  2. I do hope you won't mind me borrowing this idea a bit??:) I think this is just about the cutest thing I have seen!


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