Wednesday, December 8, 2010

I actually created yesterday!

It has been so long since I created anything that
yesterday I just took the time , sat down and got started.
I made a few (Jeanne de Arc inspired) Christmas cards
and had fun doing so.

I didn't get as many made as I would have liked to
because I ran out of this gray paper with the script
writing. I haven't got a clue where I picked it up
either. It was in my *stash* and my brain just
can't remember everything these days.

I really should take the time to snap *pretty* pictures
for you. Seems that most of the time I am in a hurry so
I just take your basic photos!
{here's to the next year being unhurried
I will let you know how that works}

Remember my two rosemary plants that I prayed
that I could keep alive? is doing great...
the other not so much, so I whacked on it and made
some greenery bunches to decorate with.

I just love the smell of fresh rosemary. Every time I walk past it I run my hands over it
and then inhale the wonderful fragrance.

I found this ribbon in my *stash*. I had bought a spool
of it at Home Goods sometime in the past and forgot all
about it. I think it works well with the rosemary.

Praying you all have a beautiful week.
I am anxiously waiting for the birth of a wee little
granddaughter...due date was Sunday.
Come on little gal...we want to meet you and shower
you with love!!



Ozma of Odds said...

...your jeanne d'arc style cards turned out so lovely!!
~ and I'm lovin' the rosemary bouquets
((hhmmmm...I wonder why??!)

xo, Rosemary

Angela said...

Your cards are so pretty! Bless your little one's baby heart!! Enjoy her.

The Feathered Nest said...

I love your card creations Sandi!!! And the rosemary bundles are so perfect ~ I hope your new little grandbaby arrives soon and that all goes perfectly!! hugs and love, Dawn

Donna said...

Your cards are just gorgeous, Sandi! Where did you find those beautiful graphics? I know the recipients will love them!! I can never keep my rosemary alive once I bring it inside, so you are really doing something right with it! Love that ribbon, too! And I forget stuff all the time, scary!!

Petite Michelle Louise said...

wow...gorgeous cards sandi!!! J'adore!!

Chrissy said...

Oh my gosh...they are stunning!!! Love your term WACKED on the rosemary,I too have done that,but hey then you get to still enjoy it! Yours look lovely by the way!!

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A Cottage Muse said...

Love the cards Sandi ~ very JDL!

I also love the little rosemary bundles and the ribbon is just perfect!!

How's your honey's eye?

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Sandi... your cards are so pretty!... and I too love the smell of rosemary... excited for you and your new granddaughter... and I do hope your hubby's eye is all better!... xoxo Julie Marie

Passionate for White said...

Mmmmmm.... can almost smell the rosemary and LOVE the "cuttings" ribbon!

Faded Charm said...

Such beautiful Christmas cards you've created and the touch of rosemary is perfect. Wouldn't it be so fun to receive one of these beauties in the mail, almost like being back in time.

Best wishes to you this Holiday Season.


Miss Gracie's House said...

THANKS, Sandi!
CUTE~good for you~I haven't done anything in ages either....will be praying.

time worn interiors said...

Wow! When you create, you create! Your cards are fabulous! I love um! Where did you find those images? I trimmed back a huge Rosemary bush in my yard, took some into my booth, but no one bought any! It made my booth smell very good! Have a great weekend sweetie!

Amanda Kaake said...

Oh mom how gorgeous! I think you should give me one for Christmas (wink, wink). ;)