Monday, December 5, 2016

When the Tradition Continues

As a crafting mother, when your daughter wants to make her on Christmas cards
 with your help, you can't help but be excited!
No matter how busy my days in December are, 
my time will be set aside to spend with her to guide her 
yet allow her to be her on creative self.  
So this blog posting is for my daughter - from one proud Moma!

Cutting the background papers
Cutting the strip for the words
First time stamping (testing)
Inking the moon (yep, she thought this was cool!)
Adding her signature stamp ~ a little manger 
And her completed card! 

We started out needing 12, made 15 and now she's ready to come back to make more.  
Yes, our crafting can be addictive.

Thank you for stopping by  ~ and for today sharing a little piece of my heart.

Kimberly's card will be shared on:
Word Art Wednesday Anything Goes #258-259 
and on my personal site, Not Just Scraps

Serving a Risen Savior, Pam 


  1. How exciting - loved it when my daughter spent a day crafting with me. Love the resulting card, it's really cute.

  2. This is one of the most special blogs you gave created. Dedicating this blog to Kimberly is a real tear jerker. Especially to those of us who know Kimberly and what a Big piece of your heart she is. Photos of her making her very own cards, well these pictures are so special. Kimberly looks like she is having so much fun. I know you are very proud of her, as l also an. She is one very special amazing girl.

  3. It is so special that you take time to help your daughter. So often we get caught up in how much we have to do that we lose sight of the important things. I know she will be a brilliant crafter like you. Hugs.