Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Sledding with Penny Black



"Back in the day" January was my favorite month of the year for sledding at the local golf course on our new Christmas sleds! : ) These days I am content to sitting in the warm house playing with sled die cuts! giggles

Today is my turn to share on Penny Black's Simplicity Sisters blog.  This little sneak peek isn't enough! how about you grab your sled and meet me there! : ) 





Stay warm friends : )




9 comments:

Lisa Elton said...

Oft check it out!

Jeanne said...

Will check it out in a minute. Love those style of sleds. Back in the day for me January could be in the 70s and I could only dream of what snow must be like. Heck I got mad because most of the time I couldn't wear a cold weather sweater! LOL Okay...of to check it out!

Carole Z said...

Hi Patti, I have just been over to look at this beautiful card, which cheered me up on a windy, wet day! I am sorry I haven't commented in a while but I have kept visiting and admiring your work. Things are a bit less hectic now, I'll be in touch, hugs my friend, Carole Z XX

Bobby said...

I'm with you on staying in, Patti. This is a wonderful CAS card.

OH Babs said...

Patti what a beautiful white on white card and perfect for a January birthday. You master CAS.

Verna Angerhofer said...

It is an awesome card. And, as a kid and an adult with my kids I did some sledding too. No way now but I still love the memories. It is a fun thing kids still love to do.

Marcia HIll said...

CAS perfection Patti...LOVE it! And I'm with you...I'd rather die cut the sled rather than flying down an icy hill with no control!! Oh the joys of aging!! Hahahaha!! :0)

Mac Mable said...

Came back from the blog to say....Gloriously CAS, elegant and classy. Love the stamping in the red and the grey and that sledge is fun and fabulous x Thank you so much for you very generous and ever so kind comments on my blog x

Lynne in NI said...

Sweet card Patti! I've always wanted a go on a sledge - we never get enough snow to warrant buying one! Lots of the kiddies have little plastic tray things but I'd look bad knocking one off to have a go myself hahahaha ;)