Call me romantic or call nostalgic (and maybe they're one in the same), but my memories of white Christmases are some of the best Christmases ever. I've been privileged to have experienced Christmases in Southern California, the Bahamas, North Carolina, Spokane, Washington, and even Northern New Jersey and Manhattan. Hands down, a white Christmas wins every time. There's just something special than being surrounded by loved ones in the light of the Christmas tree, in front of the fireplace, and watching that very special Christmas snow. You're safe and warm; there's plenty to eat and drink; no one has to rush off to work; and the sound of silence from the softly falling snow just adds to the mystery of the holiday.
I think that's what is so appealing about the Hometown Greetings Edgelit Dies. They create a festive village, complete with houses, trees, a church, and even a snowman. So whether you are snowbound, or have daffodils blooming in December (like I do!), you can have your own winter scene to decorate your home.
Sweet & Simple Card Class, featuring the Half Full Stamp Set. This card was so popular at my craft fair on Friday night, I took orders to make a dozen more for people! Don't miss your opportunity to make this sweet and simple card, plus 3 more this Sunday, December 10th at 2 pm. RSVP by Thursday, 12/7 to reserve your seat.
Just 6 seats remain for this year's New Year's Bingo. This is one of the best events of the year with fun, food, stamping, and prizes featuring lots of great NEW products! RSVP no later than 12/15. Bring a friend and get two Bingo cards each!
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