Thursday, December 16, 2010

Christmas in Dixie

It's Christmas in the mountains of Western North Carolina.  Families grow near and children fill their homes with excitement and cheer.  Merry Christmas Y'all!

Diana, Candy and Company have another delightful challenge going on at Magnolia -licous Challenge Blog. It's a Blue,Pink and Green fiesta for the eyes.  So my little darlin's  are going over to enter right now.  Y'all come back now ya hear!  I do appreciate all your kind comments.  Sandy

Monday, December 6, 2010

Sweet Dreams

Here is Diana's challenge over at MAGNOLIA-licious Highlites Blog.  It says "project LETTER and/or WORD".  The way I see it my card is a project and the letter I have chosen is "rite".  Like they say in the South, "I will be rite back".

Are you ready?

Monday, November 29, 2010

Sleigh Bells Ring

Christmas is coming on fast!  For the wee ones it is not fast enough and for us much bigger ones it is coming on strong!  Thank you for all the wonderful comments on my very first posting and now we are on to number two.  Another fun challenge from Candy and her crew.  I didn't think I really fit in at first cause I can't make a pretty card to save my life.  And I must tell you that I even took a card making class from Jacque Beddingfield!!!!   My inspiration for this card came from Sharon Caudle.  Last year she  made a  Christmas card  that cracked me up -- it had Chilly Tilda sitting on that beautiful Sleigh.  Then after visiting Darelle Foster's blog  I saw that sleigh again filled with presents.  So -  off I went with my mind running amuck  with craziness!  That's my form of pretty.  I hope this card puts a smile on your face and a chuckle in your heart.
 Let the games begin!!!!   Sandy 


Sunday, November 14, 2010

Four and Twenty Blackbirds

Oh I am sooooo excited - thanks to my sweet husband and my bestest friend Pat Frank, I now have a blog and not only am I posting my very first Tilda but I am also entering my very first Challenge!

I know Tilda is not supposed to have a mouth but I ask you, how else could she Sing a Song of Sixpence!

I'm sorry there is no recipe - I lost it in the commotion of blogville.

 Here's the inside.

Thanks for taking a peek!