Saturday, December 12, 2015

Stamp Along cards and fun adventure

Birthday cards are needed all the time. 
Here is a choice for this time. 

Monochromatic is always a good choice and the Island Indigo works well for masculine and feminine. This one is quick and easy. 

Wiinter is coming even though we have had extra mild weather so far. 
Make these cards and you will be able to send warm wishes when the cold arrives!

Please remember to use the hostess code if you are placing an order on line. 
Thank you!

Yesterday, Linda and I went to see the Nativity display at the Lutheran Church on South Tenth in Manitowoc. It was amazing! People from the community bring their Nativity sets in and they display them. We were in awe of the wonderful way they put sets next to each other by color or size.
Here are a few of the sets.

This was the first grouping. The background has large pieces of sheet music. 

This is a very tall display with many individual sets on it. 

These two are for children. They are each a "hands on" set. One is a puzzle and all the pieces fit into the stable. The other is made of fabric. All the pieces fit into the barn. 

This was one that I especially liked because of its simplicity. 

On the way home we went to the light show at the Zoo. 

We stopped at the shelter and saw the elves and had a cookie!

Another fun day! 


  1. You know I love the window card and will be making that one for sure. Nice photos of the nativities.

  2. Looks like the nativities were very pretty. There's always next year for me.
    I like the Happy Birthday card. So simple but pretty!

  3. Pretty cards; I especially like the window card. The nativity display looks amazing! I'm glad to find your blog. You taught my children in school, back in the days :)

    1. I remember! I still have the beautiful beaded pin you made that Josh gave me.