Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thanksgiving Greetings

Happy Thanksgiving! =)


I am grateful for my sweet hubby and our two furry children. I don't know what I would do without you. I love you!

I am grateful for my family. Even though they are so far away, their arms are always open and ready to receive me.

All Stamps are from Purple Onion Designs. I combined Priscilla, Myles and Thanksgiving Table to create the scene. The sentiment is from Thanksgiving Feast Sentiment Set.


I am grateful for all my blog readers/followers. I never met most of you, but your support and encouragements always warm my heart. They mean so much to me and I can't thank you enough for it.

Hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend and hope you all get some fabulous bargains on Black Friday! =)

big hugs & smooches,
alice

13 comments:

Maria Therese said...

So cute card!!

Sanne said...

awesome coloring Alice - wow!

Joy said...

Love how you masked these images together to create a wonderful scene and as always Alice you totally ROCK the colouring..hugs

Dotty Jo said...

Brilliant colouring and masking Alice! Have a happy day, Jo x

Amy said...

Happy Thanksgiving Alice!
Awesome combination of stamps, the Thanksgiving scene is so cute!

Niki Estes said...

Alice, that is so darn cute! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Shirley N said...

Beautiful Thanksgiving card Alice! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your DH!

Courtney K said...

what a wonderful card Alice - it's a piece of art!. love the dimension you created with masking and that shaded ground is awesome.

i hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving!

yyam said...

Hehe...so cute! As always...fabulous coloring! :)

June Nelson said...

Lovely seweet little card and yes family are soo important xxxx

Marja Rolfes said...

Have a blessed Thanksgiving! What a super cute Thanksgivingcard!
xxx
Dutch Tulip
Marja

Elizabeth Allan said...

A lovely card Alice with a touching post! Thankful for YOU, your talent, generosity and kindness!

Sparkle said...

What a lovely card!

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