Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Dear Santa

Hello there!
My family and I just got back from Disney World a few days ago.  I love it there.  So clean, so magical (except for the crowds....not so magical) and so fun.  And the food!  I've never had a bad meal in Disney. We stayed at Coronado Springs Resort. Previously, we'd stayed at the French Quarter. The more you go, the more you know:  we wouldn't do Coronado again, even though it is beautiful.  It's just too large and expansive of a property.  When you walk those parks all day, the last thing your feet want to do is walk some more back on "home" turf.  Our hotel room was quite a distance away from the main building, where the restaurants and gift shop are located (and the coffee -- very important!).

This week, it's back to school and work...it's back to reality. :-)


I can't seem to keep up with sharing on my blog all the cards I've made over the last several months.  Always, always, I'd rather spend my spare time making cards than photographing and blogging about them. :-) 


For this card, I gave my Unity set, "Believe In Miracles" some inky love.  (Surely, I'm not alone in this:  you have so many stamps, and so little time, that some sets never see ink!)


That's it for now, my friends, at least until I can get some more pics edited!  Take care, and thank you for dropping by!



Stamps: Believe In Miracles - Unity/Webster's Pages Paper: Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, gold glitter - Stampin' Up!; holly/plaid pattern - Calisto - Anna Griffin; white - Papertrey Ink; metallic gold smooth - WorldWin; calendar Ink: Garden Green, Soft Suede, Cherry Cobbler - Stampin' Up!; Frayed Burlap, Antique Linen - Ranger; Memento Tuxedo Black - Tsukineko Accessories & Tools: matte gold sequins - MJ Trimming; bright gold sequins - Pretty Pink Posh; Itty Bitty star punch - Stampin' Up!; circle dies - Spellbinders; 18k gold marker - Krylon

2 comments:

Lisa said...

Terrific card Colleen, I like the sparkle! Can't wait to take Penelope to Disney!

Leslie Miller said...

You're card is magical! Just like Disney World. I've been to Disney Land (much closer), but not to Disney World. It sounds like you had a wonderful trip. You speak the truth about having too many stamps to get to. I need to change my ways!

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