Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Christmas is Coming!

Christmas is a little over a week away!

Santa's Helper wants to know......


Have you been naughty???


Or nice???



I'm linking to two of my favorite parties....Thrifty Thursday with Leigh @ Tales from Bloggeritaville and Vintage Thingies Thursday with Suzanne @ Coloradolady because the cabinet cards are definitely vintage and at 50 cents a card plus a few embellishments I had in my scrapbook supplies, they were very thrifty too.  Happy Thursday!

Jane

40 comments:

  1. You did it again! Came up with something totally unique! Great job!

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  2. Jane these are so dang cute!!! You do know how to keep Christmas!
    hugs

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  3. These are really cute.The naughty one looks as though she enjoyed the naughtiness and would do it again!!!, than you very much. :). I love these..Happy VTT, have a wonderful weekend.

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  4. My first visit, you have some wonderful ideals.
    I love what you did with the cards. Come by and visit sometime.
    Sandy

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  5. That sure is cute! I would have never thought about doing that.

    Merry Christmas!
    Angela

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  6. Well, it looks like these ladies have it all in hand. You did a great job on them, Jane!

    My Grammies Jammies are all finished and the packages of gifts are heading north. Maybe I'll have a little more time now to catch up on my reading...and laundry...and vacuuming...oh, and trimming out the house now! Time to let my Christmas spirit show!

    Hugs
    Donna

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  7. Those really gave me a giggle...thank you! Love them..very fun!

    Thank you for visiting my blog. You asked how I got all of my children to smile at the same time? I took 67 photos...this was the first photo! Can you believe it?! I could have stopped...but didn't know that I had already captured a good shot of them all. You should have seen some of them...snarling, crying, ugly faces...and then a few darling smiles as well.

    I hope you have a very Merry Christmas.

    Kristine

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  8. Oh, almost forgot..you aren't very far away...we are Kansans.

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  9. Love those cabinet cards! Naughty, Nice and Santa's Helper are all so cute. I can't believe how quickly Christmas has snuck up.

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  10. These are a hoot, Jane! I love it!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  11. Wow, these are so adorable! I was wondering- do you use a 'distressed ink' pad? I've never used one, but I've seen some projects that needed one, and was thinking of getting a few at Hobby Lobby.... Hmm... Anyways, these are great, they'd make perfect ornaments/gift tags!

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  12. Visiting from VTT... Those are awesome! :-)

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  13. So clever those cards are delightful!

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  14. I love these. You did a great job with these old photos. I love the ideas you come up with.
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  15. LOL! How cute. You found the right expressions to go with the captions. Such a fun idea! Happy Holidays!
    Living it up at Lakewood,
    Cindy

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  16. Oh my goodness those are great!! Thanks for the idea!

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  17. Hi Jane!
    oooo Cabinet cards...my fav! Love the spin you put on them...their faces go perfect with the titles!!!!
    LOVE this~
    everything vintage

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  18. Very cute post! You dressed up your vintage photos very seasonally-I have to wonder what the Naughty lady would have thought!

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  19. I love these, Jane! I never knew what cabinet cards were until I started blogging! Now I want to find some, because there's so much you can do with them. And in general I think I've been Nice, but in the buying too much junk department, I've been pretty Naughty!
    Merry Christmas and Happy VTT!
    Carol

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  20. These couldn't be any cuter!!! I love how the bright colors contrast with the sepia tones. Wonderful!!

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  21. What creative little cards you made for the holidays. They are too cute!

    Cheers,

    Jo

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  22. So cute!! How do you think of all of these wonderful things? It is just unvelievable the creativity you have!!!

    Lou Cinda xoxo

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  23. Jane,
    These just crack me up! Love them! Just what I needed today!... Dee Dee

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  24. What a hoot these are! The facial expressions are too funny! Another very clever idea!

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  25. You are so clever....I can think of a few pics we have that would be so cute done this way with....love it! Have a great VTT!

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  26. Love these! Very creative and the naughty one definitely makes me smile.

    Chelsea

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  27. pk @ Room Remix
    Those are so much fun! Very cute and clever.

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  28. What a smashing idea, you really are so creative. I don't know how you do it!
    Guess this is what you're doing whilst I'm baking fruit cakes?
    Maggie

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  29. These are great! You're just too talented Jane!!!

    :) T

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  30. cute. cute. cute. cute. cute. okay, truthfully, the santa's helper (the first girl) scares me just a little....but maybe that's her ploy...scare me straight into the truth??? LOL

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  31. Those are just darling Jane! I'd love to have some. Are you selling on etsy?

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  32. Can you believe it's only a week away? I love your header photo. Clasic.

    Enjoy your weekend.

    Kathleen

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  33. i sure hope you entertain a lot so that your friends and neighbors can see all the adorable crafts in your house! wish i lived closer -if so, i would just show up at your doorstep for a tour!
    Merry Christmas!

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  34. .50 cent cards all spruced up. Great idea! And I love the way you displayed the ornaments from you MIL on the glass jars. They look lovely and could certainly be used in that manner all year round. I'm sure she will love seeing them displayed so beautifully. Blessings to you and yours this holiday season. :) Tammy

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  35. Those cards look great! You are so talented! I wish I could learn some tricks and tips from you!

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  36. Nauce? Nighty? You know, sort of both :)

    Love the project!

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  37. I just love all your vintage things! You do such GREAT work. I love seeing what you come up with.

    Have a blessed Christmas and Happy New Year.

    Gail

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