Thursday, November 12, 2009

Halloween Pics & A Christmas Card

WhooHoo two posts in one week and they're back to back!! Holy moly you're impressed aren't you?!? Well I haven't done a very good job in posting some pictures of Abby. She lost her first tooth in October and I didn't even get a picture of the event - funny story about that. The Tooth Fairy obviously didn't know that Abby was finally going to pull it out (the tooth had been hanging on for dear life for like a week!). Poor Abby puts her tooth under the pillow only to wake up with her tooth still there and a note from the Tooth fairy telling her to try again tomorrow - no it didn't say those exact words but you get the picture. She was upset but the Tooth Fairy did make up for it the next night so all was well, lol! I did take some Halloween pictures so I thought I'd share them and you can definitely see the hole from the missing tooth!

This picture was in our front yard - Daddy did a little decorating. I like how you have such a beautiful angel right next to that creature! Really makes the Angel shine, huh? Abby likes to pose - she's all about performing whether it's dancing, singing or acting. This is a little performance she did on the front porch before heading out to Trick or Treat.

She had a great time and came back with lots of goodies! So Halloween is over and now is the time when a lot of us start making our Christmas cards. Admit it, a lot of us just have too much going on and wait till the last minute to get things done. Although I've been doing Christmas cards all year, I can always use more. Here is a Christmas card that I had as a Make n Take at a crop and did at some FUNShops as well. It's using one of the new sets from Inspiration Avenue that I just love!!

This card was created using Vintage Santa. All the stamps used here - the background, snowflakes, Santa and sentiment are in this set along with two more sentiments. It's an awesome set with one good looking Santa Clause! I also used the Stardust Clear Gelly Pen to go over the snowflakes and sentiment. It's hard to capture the glitter but I think you can kind of see it on the sentiment below

Those Clear Gelly Glitter pens are awesome! So easy to control , fast drying and they put a lot of bling on your card!

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you have a terrific glad that Friday is almost here! Bring on the weekend :o)

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Stef H said...

she is definitely one little angel! and a stunning card.


Patti J. said...

Hi Michelle! What a sweet girl your DD is...she really IS an angel! But...there's some bad guy crawling out of the ground, about to grab her by the ankle!!! Poor kid! lol...thanks for sharing your photo's - it's fun to see your sweetie! Check out my blog today, I posted some 'candy' - would love for you to enter to win! Also, if you get a minute today, drop me an email, I have a ? for you! Thanks!

Anna said...

Goodness, how cute does Abby look? Love her by the Halloween decorations! Love the card! Such a pretty set!

Jodi said...

Very cute photo of your sweetie!! She really is an angel!
Love this vintage Christmas card too!~
Jodi =)

Unknown said...

Such a pretty Christmas card!

Danni said...

Woo-hoo! I was so happy to see another post from you!!
Abby is so cute and too funny about the tooth fairy. The tooth fairy has forgotten Matthew but luckily she remembered in the morning before he discovered it. LOL!
Gorgeous card!!

Tammi said...

Oh she's adorable!! LOL, love the story. :) Great costume and love your gorgeous card!