Impossible to Photograph CAS

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday with your family & friends. For me personally, it was so much fun to watch my little ones discover Christmas. My son got up early on Christmas morning (before all of us) and went downstairs to rearrange the presents — we found things all over, bows missing, little sneaks taken with the wrappings. I couldn’t believe it. The little stinker! They were completely spoiled and have had fun playing with new toys the past two days. I was very fortunate to get some new crafting goodies, which I am looking forward to playing with.

Christmas Eve I scrambled to make up three very CAS cards for my husband and kids. I recently ordered PaperTrey Ink’s Holiday Button Bits. I can tell you — this set makes your (crafting) life so EASY! I think each of these cards took less than 3 minutes to make. However, they were impossible to get a good photo of — whether it the placement, the lack of good light over the past few days or my lack of patience to take upteen pictures — this was about the best.

These are all pretty self-explanatory. I think the gingerbread man is my favorite. The ribbon on the snowman card is from Michaels. I fell in love with this ribbon when I was in the store — so pretty & glittery — however, it is the stiffest and messiest ribbon. All of that glitter falls off very easily. It is still very pretty.

CAS Christmas Trio
Stamps: PaperTrey Ink Holiday Button Bits
Paper: Select White (PTI)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Pure Poppy (PTI), Memento Rich Cocoa
Copics:V15, B00, YR07, V12
Other Stuff: PTI Vintage Buttons, Pure Poppy grosgrain, Michaels ribbon, Lavender & Silver Stickles, rhinestones

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

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