Hello CC&M hoppers! Did you enjoy the eye candy over on Jennifer Beason's blog? If you didn't arrive here from her blog, please start at the beginning by going to the Creative Cuts and More blog. You don't want to miss any of the wonderful creations the designers have in store for you.
I have some exciting news to share with you today. If you've been reading my blog, you might have noticed a lot of pictures with die cuts from Creative Cuts and More. Guess what? Terry, the owner of CC&M, asked me to join the Design Team! Wheeeeee! I'm so excited, and I have just had a blast playing with all the different die cuts and boxes and cards. Thanks, Terry!
Now for another bit of exciting news. The two cards you see below are sneak peeks just for you! I created these from a new Christmas Card Kit that is now available from Creative Cuts and More.
Everything on this card is from the kit except for the Star Dust Stickles and the ovals. I also used a tiny piece of clear fishing wire from my hubby's tackle box to hang the snowflake with. :-)
For this card, I added some Star Dust Stickles and I used a gold paint pen to accent the Christmas lights. Everything else you see here comes directly from the new Christmas card kit from Creative Cuts and More.
Stay tuned for more sneak peeks from the new Christmas card kit over the next few days. If you'd like to see more sneak peeks today, check out Chris Dickinson's blog. She's created some great cards from this kit.
As part of our celebration, CC&M will be having a great sale. For the next three days, we will offer 15% off the entire store. But act quickly, it is only active for three days. This sale will end on Sunday, 11/15. Make sure you enter this code ccholidaybloghop1109 during checkout.
As a continuing part of the celebration CC&M will be giving away one new Christmas Card Kit! After you have finished the blog hop, return to the Die Cut Diva blog and follow the directions stated there. The winner will be announced at Die Cut Diva on 11/15.
Now to continue on with the hop, please hop on over to Sandi's blog.