Can You Guess?

Can You Guess How?

Can You Guess How?

This is a fun one! Can you guess how I did this? Leave a comment if you know how I did it. I can tell you it was a blank canvas.

I’ve been pretty busy for the last week. Decorating the tree, buying presents, wrapping presents, putting presents under the tree. Not that there are that many presents, but it just felt like it when I was wrapping.

Everything is done, just need to clean up ┬ámy space. It’s on the bottom floor of our house and when everyone goes outside to play with the animals and cars, they have to come through my space. It is never really neat, but I feel like I have to make a small effort anyway.

I wish each and everyone of you Happy Holidays. I wish us all a wonderful celebration of life and love.

I’ll catch up with you again before the new year comes.

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  1. I don’t know if they are a transfer of some sort – but it’s gorgeous!

    Merry Christmas Alice. Thanks for all the chats in the last little while. They are a very special gift to me.

  2. Tina guessed it, but thanks with the gorgeous. I like that word. I have more ideas along this line. Can’t wait to try them.

    I’ve enjoyed our chats too Aimee, gifts work both ways. Who is to say who the giver is and who is the receiver? Both win I think. Merry Christmas!
    P.S. It will be 79 today and no snow predicted for tonight. The only way I can survive. But I know santa has trouble with that heavy suit.

  3. Thanks so much Cindy, almost right. Merry Christmas to you too and I know your creativity will just go on and on. It is exciting to think what 2010 will bring. Just writing 2010 is amazing. See you there.

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  5. Angie, I’m so glad I got to meet the person that bought it. I enjoyed talking with you and look forward to crossing your path again. thanks for giving this bracelet a home. It’s # 1 in the series after all.