Hey there! Yesterday was a long, long day. I was awakened at 5:30 a.m with the news that my youngest daughter, the one with the newest baby, was headed to the ER with a kidney stone. Mark headed to their house to watch the three older children, while I headed to meet them and the littlest one, at the ER. Twelve hours and minus THREE tic-tac-sized stones later, she is back home with no infection and only ibuprofen for pain. Praise God! My arms are tired from holding, bouncing, jiggling, and comforting a cranky, hungry 3-month-old who refused to drink formula from a bottle. She's never had any thing but mommy's milk, so I can't say as I blame her. I took ibuprofen before I went to bed too!
Thankfully I have Sunday Swap Day projects to share with you today, and they are all Christmas-themed!
First, a fun card by Sharon Tong-Robinson with the Feathers & Frost set colored with Old Olive and Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Blends Markers:
This sentiment is included in Feathers & Frost:
Next, Tamie Ackerson used the Making Christmas Bright set with Poppy Parade, Whisper White, and Santa's Workshop Designer Series Paper for her card. She embellished with Poppy Parade 1/4" Mini Striped Ribbon from the Annual Catalog.
The inside sentiment and the string of light bulbs is also from Making Christmas Bright!
Timeless Tidings was the set of choice for Stephanie Flath. I didn't know there was such a place as Wyoming, Michigan, did you?
Stephanie embossed both Whisper White and Galvanized Metallic Paper with the Tin Tile Dynamic Textured Impressions Folder for an inlaid look:
I love this tree and the Timeless Tidings sentiment!
Finally, Ruth Bingle combined the Subtles and Tin Tile Dynamic Textured Impressions Folders with the Wishing You Well stamp set:
Ruth embellished with Red Rhinestone Basic Jewels and Poppy Parade 1/4" Mini-Striped Ribbon:
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