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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

This mornings mail brought those two very awesome letters to me and Papa

inside this one was Hannah's

and this one Abi's ...
girl's we would love to spend Christmas with you
Yes it was Mojo Monday and here it is Tuesday ...I am slow ..but here goes...now this first card is digital made ..all on the computer ..and using my SIL new kits..for Christmas ..the elements are from her Festive Frames to Doodles to the awesome kit of Gem Flakes...and they can be found at Scrap Book Elements

Also check out Barb's blog for a freebie and glance at her Mojo card...and it is must you have to stop at my other SIL Nina...wow awesome card and she is using her new machine .

Now this two here were done by my hand you can tell ...straight what is that ...now the words Let it Snow were done by my daughter on her machine Cricut....these machines these girls have to make stuff ...are WOW
Well my attempt ...hope you enjoyed and have yourself a great week and remember pass a smile on ...it will bright some ones day....







3 comments:

Samantha said...

Great job Mom! You were a very busy lady this morning.

Mrs. Miles said...

Wowzers, you were a little powerhouse of activity finishing all these projects, and they all look wonderful!

I'm so honoured you're posting my products Judy. I like the way you put it all together.

How sweet for your invitations, frameable aren't they?

So glad you could join in the Mojo.

Love,
SIL

PS - yes, these women and their machines, amazing. Bet they could cut their own house numbers *snort*

VJ's Scrap Room said...

Good evening Judy:)
Aww..the cards and letters from your grand kids are so sweet!!:)
LOVE your mojo cards!! Christy bought a cricut/embosser and cutter and I haven't had time to play with it.:( She LOVES it! I think the first day..I ran something through just to see how it worked and that has been all..I need more time!!!:)
I have been working on the Christmas cards I have made already and actually got some sent out yesterday and today..YAY!!:)

Huge hugs,
Valinda