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Saturday, November 26, 2016

Guest Scribblers Spotlight #2 for November

Hello to you all on this chilly (at least where I live) last Saturday of November. As it happens to also be the fourth Saturday of the month, it is time to see some new creations from our Guest Scribblers joining us during the fourth quarter of 2016! Christmas will soon be upon us and the gals got into the holiday spirit with today's wonderful samples!

On Sue's fun Christmas card she has used
#874 Snow Fun

For AJ's gorgeously coloured Christmas card she used...
#872 Woodland Santa

For Sandy's lovely Christmas card she used...
#869 Frosty's Christmas Trees

I hope that Sue, AJ, and Sandy's creations have helped to inspire you in your own crafting designs.
Be sure to pop over and say 'hi'.  You can find each of them by clicking on their respective headers.

If you are interested in purchasing any of the images featured in today's post,
click on the watermarks to find them in the store.

Would you like to become a future Guest Scribbler?  
If so, leave your name and blog address so we have a way to find you!

Today's creations are both perfect for our current challenge, Mason Jars
How about joining in on the fun as well? We'd love to have you join us.

Well folks, that is it for this Guest Scribbler Spotlight.  
Please join us on September 10th for the next one.
Happy crafting until we meet again!


  1. Beautiful cards - congratulations!

  2. Hello Ladies, I am loving all your Christmas cards... they are fabulous.
    Crafty Hugs
    Diane Louise (DT member) xx


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