After this picture was taken, I put a tiny rhinestone in the center of the snowflakes, but I decided I like it better without them, so the lacy intricacies could be the focus pocus. Thank you, Susan (and DD), for unwittingly "making" this card for me!
I am so thrilled today to introduce you to our newest friends! First we have Emily Keaton of My Little Slice of Bliss, so named because Emily really, truly lives on Bliss Road! When you go over to visit Emily and welcome her, you'll notice that she lights up the entire Bliss Road neighborhood with that mega-watt smile of hers! Emily has been blogging since 2010 and that's a lot of past inspiration and tutorials available to you!
Next to Emily, please welcome Tui Nathan of Stampin-Time. Some of you know Tui from her wonderful sketches on the Freshly Made Sketches weblet. She has been blogging since 2009 and when you visit her, you'll see that she also has an impressive resume of awards and creations for your inspiration!
Thank you, ladies! It is a pleasure to have you both at our party!!
And that's a chicken salad wrap today peeples. Unfortunately, I did a butt plant on my icy deck last night. It was still wet from rain earlier in the day and although the temperatures hadn't dropped to freezy, it was apparently cold enough for a fine invisible icy neckbreaker to form. One minute you're up, the next minute you're down. I'm fine, nothing is broken, thankfully, but it did not help my already dicey back. Dicey back, icy deck = naughty words.
And that's not all. At my age, if I stub my toe, I wet my pants. So you can imagine. Trust me, I didn't sit there checking for broken body parts. I hopped straight up like a jackalope before my butt froze to the deck, if you know what I mean and I think you do.
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