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Thanks so much, TGF!

Hi everyone!  So today I posted my last entry for The Greeting Farm.  It's mostly sad but I do get to have more time now.  Maybe I'll crochet something.  That would be relaxing.  I still have a bunch of yarn that I bought thinking I could make a hat or something.  I'll have to get back to that.

I made a little thank you card for Marie and Jess of TGF for letting me be a part of the DT.  My very first DT.  This gal is from an old TGF set called Hope & Grace.  I actually won my first TGF challenge using her on a card.  I hope my coloring skills have improved since then!

My kids are starting to get the hang of this vacation.  My boys woke up at 8 this morning!  Sadly I was already awake.  I was anticipating their early wake up and started breakfast.  I think tomorrow the kids and I will be making some gingerbread men ornaments.

Thanks for reading!


Alyce said…
Awww she is SO cute!!! I love her hair colour...beautiful! A gorgeous design aswell :) Wishing you a very merry christmas xx
A cutie of a card, love the soft colors and cute papers. It can be perfect for the upcoming V-Day or Spring card....
Rachel Parys said…
I NEED her! Missed out on the laundry stamp, darn it! Very cute card!
Danni said…
So very sweet! Darling card! Hope the gingerbread ornament making is tons of fun!
Cheryl said…
So cute! Love the bright cheery coloring! The paper is cute too! Awww, it's the end of the month already! Man, I actually try to sleep in for another 30-45 minutes when the kids don't have school, but of course on the first day of vacation, they wake up like 1 hour earlier than their usual school day wake up time!
Anonymous said…
She looks so sweet and innocent! Have fun crocheting and spending time with the kids. I hope you get the hang of sleeping in late!
Another sweet and adorable card in such happy colors. Enjoy making Gingerbread Men ornaments with your children. Sounds like fun.
Denice said…
I love these little images, they're always so sweet and fun to color. We'll miss you as a farmer...but you won't be going too far, will you?!
Mimi said…
oh how adorable is she! certainly loved all the TGF creations you shared! have fun making ornaments with the kids! ;D
Leanne said…
One of my favorite little Anyas. Super cute and very sweet. You've been a big inspiration with your TGF creations, always love to see what you create with them.
Enjoy the time to crotchet, I have tons of yarn too, but I go through stages of crotcheting thus the tons of yarn. lol.
Can't wait to see the ornaments. Sounds like a fun time.
RiNNE said…
So pretty!! I'm sure they loved her!

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