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Bite Me. Really.



After making significant headway on THAT DOCUMENT, I finished up a swap that is due soon.

It's a Christmas humor swap. I had fun with this one.
The gingerbread cookie is an old rubber stamp from Personal Stamp Exchange. And the "Bite Me" text is from Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers. Both companies are no longer in business. I really enjoyed the images from both companies. It was nice to take them out and use them again on something that will make someone smile!

The little peppermint is an accent I picked up last fall for an inspiration I had for inexpensive Christmas jewelry. I secretly thought it might be fun to decorate mysself as a Christmas tree and was putting together all sorts of things to adorn a fully green outfit! But alas, didn't get around to that project...maybe this year, eh?

Enjoy your week!

Comments

Karen said…
These are adorable!!! Glad you found time to have some creative fun!
heidi said…
Oh. My. Gosh. I LOVE this!! So creative!

I really love your blog and have a blog award for you over on my blog if you're into that sort of thing.

http://notbusyenuf.blogspot.com/

Heidi
Pam said…
TOO cute!! What a fun idea! Love that little gingerbread man and you've colored him beautifully!
Cheri said…
Sooooo cute! I love that sentiment!

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