Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving (and a Giveaway!)

Happy Thanksgiving! This year I am so blessed to be spending the holiday "just the two of us" style with my husband! I certainly miss our family on this special day but we've had a lot going on lately and needed a little getaway of our own!

I am so in love with the "Little Lovin's" stamps from Rubbernecker! Isn't this little pilgrim girl adorable with her little turkey? I don't think that bird has anything to worry about! :) I stamped and colored her with Copics to match the lovely Crate Papers and added some glittery leaves and acorns. The sentiment was stamped in my favorite orange, Dusty Durango.

I have been beyond blessed in my crafty pursuits this year and wanted to share a little back with all of you! You all literally make my day with the lovely comments you leave here and I want to give one of you these two sets of Sassafras cling stamps! All you have to do is leave me a comment on this post by 11:59pm this Sunday (11/27) saying what you're thankful for this year! I can't wait to hear about all of your blessings! :) I'll draw a random number to win these two sets and will announce the winner here on the blog on Tuesday!

Supplies: Stamps - Pilgrim Girl, Thanksgiving Text (Rubbernecker), DP/Border Sticker - Farmhouse Collection (Crate Paper), Cardstock - Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip (SU!), Ink - Dusty Durango, Chocolate Chip (SU!), Leaves (K&Co), Copic Markers, foam squares


  1. Jen first of all I love all of your amazing creations your creativity is very inspiring!
    Im a very blessed woman Im grateful for my loving and hard working husband of 25 years. We have an amazing daghter who is in her Jr. year of college (we are grateful that so far her tuition is paid hehe) studying to be a teacher. She was a wonderful child and has grown into an amazing young woman. We have a roof over our head, food on the table and an abundance of love between us. Thank you for the chance to win and have a blessed weekend. :)

  2. I'm so thankful for just being here. I'm a breast cancer survivor, and that means a lot. I have a new granddaughter who is having her first Christmas this year, and I get to be a part of it!

  3. Jen, I've only been following (aka blog stalking) you for a month or so, but am so impressed with your designs!
    This year I'm most thankful that my military husband is home for the holidays, and not in harm's way anywhere. We've spent many Thanksgivings apart, so every one together is even more special.
    Glad to hear yours was, as welL!


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