Santa-stache & Final Blog Candy Winner


Is this mustache cute or what!? I love the Santa Stache because it can be stamped and snipped to give it a 3-D look. Which is exactly what I wanted to do. I colored the hat with the Cherry Cobbler Blendabilties and used Smoky Slate to color in the stache. The pearl on his hat was the very last one I had left from when we had the larger pearls. But don’t worry, you don’t need to use one, I simply wanted to get rid of it…LOL.

Fab Fri Logos-55The sketch for my Santa Stache card came from Fab Fri 55 sketch challenge.
Click on image above to check out all the cards entered for the challenge. I love the talent displayed.

MAGGIE MADE THOUGHTS: Simple Suggestions I Use

  • Don’t be afraid to leave lots of white space on a card. It leaves the image as the focal point when it’s so stache-ous (okay I made that word up, but doesn’t it emphasize the word stache? LOL
  • Go on and color only the areas you want to highlight. It allows images to stand out and it creates a focal point for the eyes to focus on.

WOOT WOOT… A HUGE WELCOME: To My New Circle of Pals Members

This week I want to personally extend an awesome welcome to my new Circle of Pals. Anna & Angela. You will love being a part of a circle of fun group that is bigger than ourselves from all across the U.S. and overseas (my military Pals). Today is the last day you can become a demonstrator at a ridiculously low price! Read more here because it ends today! I welcome Hobby Demonstrators with no obligation to ever sell any product.


THANK YOU Rachel so much for playing along. You have won the Watercolor Winter Simply Created Kit! Please send me your shipping address to to claim your prize within 24 hours. Thank you to all who played along. I had so much fun sharing my hobby with you. It goes together with the Watercolor Winter Too Stamp Set, if you don’t have it feel free to order it here.

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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.

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