Thursday, October 20, 2016

Most important 2 words!

I truly believe Thank You are the two most important words in any relationship. I believe that is why Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. A day set aside to just be thankful for all the wonderful blessings in our lives is awesome.
Welcome to the October Stampin' Friends
Thanksgiving/ Thank you Blog Hop!!!!!!
If you are continuing from Kirsteen Gill's blog thank you for continuing. If you just started you can go back to here blog with the previous link. Also again this month each blogger will be giving away a mystery prize- so the more you visit and comment with the #SFOcthop, the more chances you have to win some really awesome free goodies.

Please welcome our guest bloggers this month and check out the inspiring projects they have created to share with you. 

Since the theme of this months Blog Hop is Thanksgiving / Thank you, I wanted to share some items I'm creating for our family Thanksgiving gathering. If everyone is off ( police officers and RN's don't get very many holidays off), there will be at least 12 of us and we always try to invite anyone we know is unable to be with their family, so I plan for 16. I love making place cards and the grand kids seem to really love finding their place at the tables. I have also created napkin rings and treats for each place setting. The gorgeous Petals and Palsies paper and matching stamp set are just perfect for this time of year. Night of Navy, Rich Razzleberry, Canjun Crazy and Delighful Dijon with a copper foil accent is perfect for our table.

The Swirly and Scribbles framelits large circle worked great for a napkin ring. I layered 3 different colors by cutting a slit in each and intertwining them. Love this one!

The grand kids will love the treat bags filled with their favorite treats and a blessing from Cece and Chief or Gigi and Happy. These were made with the kraft bags, scored at 1 inch on each side and folded into a flat bottom bag. I added scraps of DSP, the awesome gold clip with bow and the cutest turkey made with the owl punch and the same framelit design that is on the napkin rings and place cards.
My clubs are doing moving cards this month. I love this simple slider card. The Petals and Paisleys DSP is just perfect for this card. It is so beautiful. When pulled up it slides open to reveal another message. It's made from a 8.5 x 5.5 piece of cardstock. thank you for stopping by today. I hope you will continue on the hop. Don't forget to leave a comment for your chance to win some free goodies from each of the bloggers. I wish each of you a very blessed Thanksgiving season.  You can click on the next button to visit Twila Davis on this months Stampin' Friends
blog hop!


Blog roll
  1. Kirsteen Gill
  2. Cindy Waldroff- that's me!
  3. Twila Davis
  4. Lynn Steifert
  5. MelissaThomas
  6. Kim Lamos
  7. Stacey Lane
  8. Carolina Evans


Kirsteen said...

I love the little turkey and the place name cards! Thanks for sharing! Kx

A Work of Carte said...

Cute projects! The turkey is great! Thanks for sharing :)

Unknown said...

That turkey treat bag is so adorable. Everything is lovely!

Diane Purves said...

Lovely projects, thanks for sharing ways to use this DSP #SFOctHop

Lynn Streifert said...

Oh Cindy- so adorable! I love how you turned the owl punch into a turkey for Thanksgiving! I agree your grandkids will adore them too! Thanks for sharing!!

Crystal said...
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Crystal said...

Wow! Fantastic thanksgiving table coming soon! And the turkey is just precious---I may have to order that owl punch! #SFOctHop

Jean and Jan said...

Such creative ways to use the paisley. Have got to get that bundle. #SFOctHop

Anonymous said...

These are great projects! My favorite has got to be your napkin rings! Kathy Lewis -

Unknown said...

This is one set I just could wrap my head around. But now I see so many potential projects. I love your designs. Totally casesing these!

Unknown said...

First time blog hoping. I forgot to #OctBlogHop

Unknown said...

Thanks for stopping by.Hope you'll come back.

Kim said...

I absolutely love the little owl you created. What a great idea!

Kim said...

OH MY GOSH! That turkey is the cutest thing! Great idea.. may have to borrow this idea! super cute! #SFOctHop

Pamela Pruett said...

I love them

Kassie Culpepper said...

I love the turkey

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