Since there's no place to go…and nary a soul should be braving the elements to come to Hostess Club, (the cards aren't that cute that it's worth risking life and limb!) I worked on balancing Rob's checkbook.  Gawk…painful, I know.  But I'm committing to get those taxes in ASAP. 

And because it's so frightening outside,  going to finish up our Christmas Parade.  I need to head into the house shortly as I promised Ella that I'd play a game of Sequence before bed…

So here's the last of the cards.  This adorable card is an easel card from my Oshkosh stamping friend, Jeanette.  Each card that she makes is a gorgeous piece of art, and each is more intricate than the last.  It's even more beautiful in person!


IMG_1680[1]This lovely card was done by Kim P, using the Festival of Trees set.  I loved the simplicity and the classy vintage look of this lovely card.  Beautes!

IMG_1682[1]My photography skills stink!  I wished you could see how adorbs this white on white embossed snowman card is.  This was a card that Ms. June sent to Ms. Ella for her birthday along with a lovely gift.  Remember I said how wonderfully sweet she is!  I wasn't kidding or exaggerating!

This was a card that I received from my upline Jill.  Again, so incredibly gorgeous!

IMG_1685[1]And lastly a quick little peek at a card that we did for Ms. Jean's class here at the house earlier.  I loved the non-traditional Xmas colors!  It's done with the Snowflake Thinlet Die and the All Is Calm Specialty Paper.  Again I apologize for the poor photography.  It's on my list!  That's all for now.  Off for a quick game of Sequence and to book my tickets for Pheonix.  Denver has a soccer tournament there in Feb and I guess I can take one for the team and accompany him…the things I do for these kids!  :)  Can't wait.  Good weather and good soccer, does it get any better?  Oh, yeah, get to visit one of my favorite aunt and uncle's place so I'm ready!