This is one of my favorite weeks of the year – the Thanksgiving Holiday! This holiday brings wonderful memories of my mom and dad that I carry in my heart from past years. My mother was a wonderful cook and she would begin preparations a couple of days in advance to create her delicious Thanksgiving meal with the full spread – turkey, her cornbread dressing, noodles, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans, gravy, her home made rolls, and relish tray along with pumpkin pie with real whipping cream, maybe a coconut or lemon pie for my dad, and probably a chocolate cake. Everything was made from scratch and made with love and made in abundance. To this day my menu remains the same in honor of her except for the desserts – its homemade chocolate and pecan pies. Oh, and the Rhodes rolls, and Reame’s noodles. Those skills I never perfected! Sorry Mom! Our house was full of family and friends because food made by May (my momma) was a treat for everyone. I miss them both dearly.
FB LIVE Link Showing This Card Created!
Back to crafting! Today’s card is one I shared on my FB Live this morning! It is a fun fold easel card and is great to use with small DSP scraps that are too nice to toss! You can view my FB Live at the link below. Be sure to friend me so you receive notifications of posts – even if you are unable to catch my FB live in person, al recordings are posted so you can watch at your leisure!
Painted Christmas Easel Card Tutorial Below:
I used the Painted Christmas DSP along with the coordinating card stock of Cherry Cobbler to put this fun card together. Included below is a PDF of my measurements and directions, but it is easiest to re-create after viewing the video above!
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Until tomorrow, enjoy this week as you prepare for the celebration of Thanksgiving. Whether you gather with a large noisy family, or celebrate with just a few friends and family be sure to take time to reflect and remember the blessings of the year and the loved ones who were part of those wonderful memories from past years. Keep stamping, keep crafting, and God Bless.Product List