I'm here with the latest edition of our 12 Kits of Christmas. This is the last post for this group for the year. What started as a crazy idea by our very own Renee has taken us through the entire calendar year, with monthly posts of Christmas cards. If you are wondering what you have stumbled into, please click here for more information. If you would like to see all the cards that everyone in the group has posted, please check out this pinterest board. There is a lot of holiday inspiration on that board.
This month's kit was generously provided by Sharron of On Papillon Wings. I adore everything in this kit, which had enough goodies to make at least a dozen cards. I had to stop myself at 6. Here is a picture of the kit. I think I hit the jackpot this month, because most of my cards just assembled themselves. It was truly a fun kit to work with.
|Photo Courtesy of Kara|
and, my favorite of the bunch:
Well, that's it for me. I've kept you long enough. Now, please head over to see what everyone else has done with Sharron's kit. I still have a lot left over, and so I am eager to see what everyone else did, and what I can CASE with my leftover supplies. A huge thank you to Sharron, for putting together such a wonderful kit. And, if you have any questions about supplies, just check the list that I'm sure Sharron will have in her post.
Here is a list of the other members of The 12 Kits of Christmas. Please stop by their blogs and check out what they have done this month.
Renee of It's a Patchwork Life
Cathy of Empty Nest Crafter
Suzanne of The Card Yard
Marybeth of Marybeth's Time for Paper
Joyce of Cards-by-the-Sea (that's me!)
Amy of Stamp-n-Paradise
Christina of Sea Glass and Sentiments
Kim of Cupcakes, Cards and Kim
Kara of KandR Designs
Jessica of The Paper Parade
Jeanne of A Kept Life
Sharron of On Papillon Wings
We've got some changes coming starting in January. For now, we are saying good bye to Cathy and Suzanne. I will miss them both terribly, but I wish them the best. And, we will be saying hello to two new members, as well as changing our format a bit. Stay tuned to see what we have in store for 2013. I promise it will be interesting.
Thanks for Visiting