You'd better watch out,
You'd better not cry,
You'd better not pout,
I'm telling you why:
THE CHRISTMAS BUNNY IS COMING TO TOWN!
Wait, what, that's not how it goes? The Christmas Bunny isn't a thing? I suspect he is since he's featured on this adorable Lawn Fawn holiday paper and stamp set:
I fell in love with this paper and stamp set as soon as I saw them, and I don't make holiday cards! Yes, they are that cute! I started out following a sketch, then gave it up and made up my own since I wanted those bunnies to hold the sentiment banner.
It took me a while, but I used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders to cut the top and bottom of the banner. You need to be careful which direction the stitches and cutting edge go, and if you get it wrong, you get no stitches on one side. Ask me how I know. This is about my 3rd or 4th attempt, and I mostly got it by cutting the bottom edge in two passes. I was reeeeeal close, but still needed to hide the join spot, thus the bell and silver bow.
I'm entering my card in the following challenges:
Jingle Belles - We Three Kings: use at least three patterned papers (I used four)
Lawnscaping Challenge - use patterned paper:
Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers - I is for Iconic:
My icon is the CHRISTMAS BUNNY! They'll probably disqualify me, but I'm going to try, anyway. :)
In other news, during my trip to Traverse City, MI, last weekend, we stopped for a bite to eat on our way to a wine-tasting event. As we were leaving the deli parking lot, we couldn't remember if we needed to turn right or left to get to the winery, so one of my friends asked Siri. While she was asking Siri, I was talking with my other friend about how we loooove the meat loaf at the local gourmet market, and how we think the glaze has crack in it.
Then the pal talking to Siri said, "SAY WHAT!?" Look what Siri told her:
That pretty much set the tone for the rest of the day. And yes, we had a blast and sniffed a lot of wine and brandy. :)
Thanks for stopping by!
Stuff I used: vat of clear embossing powder, silver thread, bell, and the following: