The night before Christmas...


Here is a little poem that was shared with me by my card making group.

Twas the night before Christmas,
I'm glued to the tree.
I'm wondering what Santa has brought just
for me.
Could it be cardstock, or stamp sets,
or lace?
Or a Big Shot, I said,
with a smile on my face
And that's when I heard him,
"Hi Santa!" I said.
"You know...good little girls
should be in their beds." 
"I know I should Santa,
And now I've been caught.
But I was just so excited
To see what you brought."
"Well, let's take a look
In this room where you work."
He shook his head quickly,
And left with a jerk.
I heard him exclaim
As he put it in gear,
"You've got enough crap,
I'll see you next year!"


Wishing you and yours a Very Happy Holiday!

I would like to enter my card into the following challenges:




Comments

  1. This is so cheerful. Love the polka dot design paper.
    Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Christmas.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  2. LOL!! Loving that poem!! And loveeeee the card!! Gorgeous!!!!!!

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  3. Your card is so pretty - but we require the use of Dilly Beans images in our challenges. Please do try again! :)

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  4. Great poem! And your card is lovely -- really like the cardinal! So glad you joined us for the embossing challenge at Drunken Stampers this week.

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  5. Brilliant card
    Merry Christmas and thanks for playing along with That Craft Place
    Anne x

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  6. Beautiful colors and a beautiful layout. Thank you for sharing your lovely creation with us during this most wonderful time of the year.
    Blessings,
    Carole Robb Bisson
    Word Art Wednesday

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  7. Nicely done. Thanks for joining us at Loves Rubberstamps. Good luck in the GDT call.

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  8. This is really a beautiful card, Monica! and I like your poem very much. Thanks for joining us at Opus Gluei and Merry Christmas!

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  9. Beautiful card you have made for our challenge!!
    Thank you for joining us at "Izazovi i Slatkiši", I hope to see you again and good luck :-))
    Hugs, Andreja

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  10. Beautiful creation and stunning work - thank you for taking time to join us at That Craft Place !!!! and we would love to see you again hugs Lorraine xxx

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  11. Great card! Thanks for playing along with the Drunken Stampers this week for the Embossing challenge!

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  12. Such a cheerful christmas card and hope you have a great new year thankyou for joining our challenge at artistic inspirations good luck fiona dt. x

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  13. Very nicely done! Great image and wonderful paper choices! Thanks so much for playing along with us at 613 Avenue Create!
    Hugz,
    Chana, Owner

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  14. That poem is so funny!!!! Love it! Pretty card too and I love the unusual color combination you used! Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us at Loves Rubber Stamps Challenges and look forward to seeing more of your lovely creations again soon. Have a beautiful week! Laura

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  15. Such a wonderful card. Love that bird!!
    Thanks for sharing this at Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenges. Hope to see you again soon.
    Hugs, Mikha

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  16. Monica your card is lovely but to be enter our challenge, you must use a Cheery Lynn Designs die.

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  17. Very nice Christmas card. Like the Banner with JOY on it. Thanks for joining the Cheery Lynn Challenge.

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  18. A wonderful card and a gorgeous image. I love the poem, it's brilliant and gave me a real chuckle.

    Thank you for joining in with the Scribble & Scrap challenge and good luck x

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  19. Fun poem, nice image. Thanks for sharing with us at Artistic Inspirations.

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  20. Beautiful card, Thank you for sharing with us at Songbird Challenge blog xx

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  21. Great card, love the image and the colours, thank you for joining us at happy campers, Pauline x

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