Sending you warm thoughts!

December 24, 2018

Sending you warm thoughts!



Hello and Merry Christmas Eve Crafty Friends!  Tina here from Cards and Coffee Time, I hope your Christmas Eve is wonderful and filled with Love, Laughter and Happiness!  Today I am sharing a fun thinking of you card with the Smell like Christmas stamp set along with the coordinating dies.  Such a "sweet" stamp, pun intended!  I created a delicious winter card with the yummy cookies, hot cocoa and the adorable mouse:)



You can watch how I created this card down below.  Time to grab your coffee....or hot cocoa and let's get to crafting!  Thanks so much for stopping by!  Wishing you a beautiful day and a Very Merry Christmas!  Hugs, Tina


Project Tutorial Below.








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