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Friday, January 29, 2016

It's C-C-Cold!



It is getting cold outside, freezing cold. This means it is time for snow and snowmen and other winter fun. It is always magic when the snow has fallen and everything is of white and made of ice. Scrap your beautiful winter memories with this amazing new collection, Winter's Frost at Digital Scrapbooking Studio

Winter's Frost Bundled Collection by Wendy P Designs

This amazing new collection with cute little snow men, flowers and ice pieces is perfect for scrapping all your snowy winter memories.  This bundle contains: elements, papers, bonus papers, alphabet, pocket cards and flairs/wordbits.  Each pack is also available individually.  I used this new collection to create several pages, including one with my  beautiful Granddaughter, Baby Bristol.   She loves Barney and we have listened to the above song so much that I had to include some of the song lyrics on her page.  So before you run over to The Studio to check out this awesome winter collection, I would like to share with you a few pages.












 We had our first big snow last week, so I will be posting many more snowy pages soon with  


SEE YA AGAIN SOON
IF THE GOOD LORD
IS WILLING AND
THE CREEK DON'T RISE




Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Packing Up Christmas

 Here is s song for us today...just for the fun of it!

Trying to find the get-up-and-go to walk down to the garage and get the totes to take down my Christmas tree. This is the longest I have ever left it up as I usually take it down Christmas Day. 
Is yours down yet?

"Here are popular dates to take down the tree along with the reason why:
Dec. 31: Take your tree down on New Year's Eve before the bells toll at midnight. Otherwise it's said you'll be dragging all your baggage and bad luck from last year into the new year... if you're superstitious about these things, that is.
Jan. 5: Take your tree down on this day, traditionally considered the Twelfth Day of Christmas — i.e., the last of 12 days of Christmas merriment. Think of it as getting closure on the holiday season.
Jan. 6: Take it down on January 6 in observance of the Epiphany, a Christian holiday marking the revelation of God in human form, in the person of Jesus. Again, some would say leaving your tree up beyond the 5th or 6th brings bad luck."






See ya again soon, 
if the Good Lord is willin'
and the creek don't rise !