Wednesday, November 11, 2015



Happy Wednesday, peeps!  A real quick card today using the Can You Case It sketch #94:


Sweet, easy little sketch!  I had this piece of Home for Christmas DSP sitting on my desk unused from another project, so I trimmed it down and mounted it on a  Mossy Meadow card base:

LeAnne Pugliese WeeInklings Vintage Christmas Peace

Along the edge, I added a vintage sentiment from a Cornish Heritage Farms Vintage Christmas Expressions set, embossed in white embossing powder.  I added a red ribbon and a stitched tag:


The sentiment is from the same set, I just isolated the word “merry” with the edge of my ink pad and added a stitched star for fun.  The SU enamel dots tied it all together!  Thanks for looking!

We made some new playdoh yesterday, and pulled out the big tub of cookie cutters I snagged at a yardsale:


“Grammy, I’m making a parade!”



By the time she was finished, we had a dinosaur, turkey, cat, rocket (???), dog, duck, Santa, rabbit, lion, and bird….and she was upset because Santa wasn’t facing the right way!!!


Enjoy your day!


  1. I love that house paper. Is that SU? Very sweet card.
    I thought she was making sugar cookies. Cassidy does an amazing job getting a lot on her dough. I can't do that good. Very cute. I love home made play dough. TFS

  2. Love that paper, this is delightful LeAnne!! Of course your little line 'em up girl thought Santa was a rebel!!

  3. So cute, LeAnne! That paper could star in any show and I love how you stamped the sentiment up the side of the card. Cassidy's animals could go on a rocket parade! :)

  4. Love your card! Makes me miss the snow. Great colors!! Thanks for joining us @ CYCI!

  5. Perfection! Love the card you designed for our challenge LeAnne! Thank you for joining CYCI Eva :)

  6. beautiful card and love your cookie helper! :) Thanks for joining us at Can You Case It?


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