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12 Days of Christmas: Day 1

Welcome, welcome!
Welcome to the 12 Days of Christmas here with us at KBS!

I’m so excited for this time of year. So many fun things going on, presents to be purchased, songs to be sung…and food to be eaten!

So much to do and so little time. Can you believe that Christmas Eve is just two weeks from today???
Goodness gracious . . . I gotta do me some shoppin’!

Well, I’m just givin’ ya one more thing to do during this crazy time of year . . . 
. . . meeting me right here–every day–to see what we’ve got goin’ over the next two weeks (except Sunday :) ).

Each day during our 12 Days of Christmas there will be both a free shape and a kit for 50% off.

You heard me.

 Every day for the next 12 days.
(sunday doesn’t count though–just remindin’ ya.)

And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, there will be something fun to share . . . whether it’s something from our fabulous creative team, something to learn, something new, or whatever may be tickling my fancy . . . it’s going to be a very fun-filled two weeks!

But there’s a big but here (and no, it’s not mine),
the freebie and the 50% a kit will be for that day only.

That’s why you absolutely have have have to check in every single day. But you know what? Unlike my previous ‘freebie’ weeks, if you miss a day, the freebie will be available to purchase for .99 the next day. Which brings me to some fabulous news . . . this is the beginning of a new time here at KBS . . . I’m going to start selling shapes from my compilation kits individually. I know, I know. Long time coming. I kept waiting to create a new store and finally, I’m just sick of waiting. :) The ’12 Days’ freebies will all go into a kit when I’m done too, so they can be purchased either way.

I’m very excited about this!

So . . . hmmmmm . . . what should we start with first?

How’s about this:

I know it says it’s also in ’12 Days of Christmas Picks’, but it won’t be until our ’12 Days’ is over. 
I just don’t want to create the image twice. :)
The .99 product images will always indicate when it’s also in a larger kit so you don’t accidentally buy it twice.

 To download this for free today only, click HERE. 

 This is no longer available as a freebie, but you can purchase it HERE.

Okay, let’s see that Gift Card Envelope in action.
It’s perfect for all those little gift cards that I know you’ll be buying right now!

Here it is, with a brand new KBS holiday gift card (printed on photo paper), which I’ll cover here in a sec.
(So much to talk about today. :) )

Cut it from a cute patterned paper or decorate with glitz and glam or just wrap a big ribbon around it.

So now, that you had a little sneak at the new holiday gift cards, let’s talk about those.
Here is what they look like. There’s the revamped ‘every day’ style and now a ‘holiday’ style.

On top of having a new ‘holiday’ choice, I’ve made the cards in four different dollar amounts.
You now have the choice between $10 + $15 amounts along with the original $25 and $50.

Perfect stocking stuffer or gift for your little bestie–with the envelope freebie, of course.

To access all eight of them so you can pick the one that you need, click HERE.

( FYI, a gift card size is 3 3/8″ x 2 1/8″. )

Okay, so now, last but not least, what is on sale for today?
Well, in the spirit of this gift-giving day, Signed.Sealed.Delivered. has got to be the kit, don’t ya think?

Rather than this baby being $10, today–and today only–it’s on sale for $5.

FABulous deal!

To buy it, click the image or click HERE.

And now, one last ‘gift’ idea.

You may have heard that my Silhouette classes (and all classes) are on sale for 20% off on But did you know that now you can get Silhouette 1+2 in a bundle and save $5 . . . and then 20% on that? So, instead of spending $54 on both classes, you can get the bundle for just $39.20. That 20% off sale ends along with the year, so keep that in mind.

I know that many of you have a Silhouette or maybe you’re just getting one or you may have friends getting them for Christmas.
Have you and/or your friends been wanting to learn more?

I can tell you, you will be singing sweet Silhouette songs after taking these classes.

AND . . .

You can give them as a gift too!
Maybe you need to drop a hint to hubby or maybe it’s the perfect idea for the ‘hard to shop for’ friend.

You can find all the Silhouette classes HERE.
If you are wanting to give it as a gift, just choose the needed class and you’ll have a link to do just that.

Okay . . . whew! What a day!

Wonder what’s up for tomorrow? ;)

JoAnn - December 10, 2012 - 5:16 am

Thank you! I love your ideas and I have taken all your classes!Your amazing!

Marilyn B - December 10, 2012 - 5:20 am

Thanks Kerri for all your generous inspiration. I am looking forward to being able to purchase the individual files. You rock!

Sherry Eckblad - December 10, 2012 - 5:27 am

I have downloaded this file twice and tried to import the dxf file into my silhouette software and it says file type not supported. Is there a problem with this file? I have the Silhouette Cameo and as being a newbie I might be doing it wrong but I believe the only one I can import is the dxf. HELP!!

Sylvia - December 10, 2012 - 5:43 am

Wow, this is great! Thanks so much for this wonderful gift!!!

Dolly - December 10, 2012 - 6:13 am

WOW! That is one busy post! Thanks for the freebie and the sale! :D

~amy~ - December 10, 2012 - 7:00 am

super fun post…thanks for the goodie!

Sue Alg - December 10, 2012 - 7:08 am

Thanks for the 12 Days of Christmas. I have so many of your products and have taken all your classes, but I’m looking forward to what other goodies you will be offering at 50% off just in case there is something I don’t have.

Susan Benivegna - December 10, 2012 - 8:22 am

Thanks so much for the freebie! Love it!

Susan Kopp - December 10, 2012 - 8:26 am

Thanks so much for the cut file! You have the best designs out there and I love your work! I am looking forward to taking the designer course after the first of the year cause my hubby gave me my early Christmas present of a new Cameo to replace my original version of Silhouette. Thanks!

Christie E. - December 10, 2012 - 8:45 am

Thanks so much for this file! I’m new to the Cameo and cannot figure out how to get the file into my Silhouette Studio. Can you direct me to some directions on how to accomplish this. I just got my silhouette and I have no idea what I’m doing! Thank you!

Karen S - December 10, 2012 - 8:54 am

I can’t seem to get the file downloaded either =(. BTW…love your stuff!

Kerri - December 10, 2012 - 9:01 am

Karen + Sherry….
Maybe try using a different browser or use the File/Download method.
Let me know if that helps.

Christie E. - December 10, 2012 - 9:02 am

I got it to work! After some hunting around, I found out that had to download the dxf file, and it worked great! I was trying to download the wrong one. Told you I was new to this! And is there a trick to getting the Captcha phrase right. It is taking me about 20 attempts before I can get it to go through.

Kerri - December 10, 2012 - 9:14 am

Glad you were able to get it to all work. And sorry about that danged Captcha thing.
I hate it, but I hate SPAM worse…and it gets terrible without it.

Terri Marchbanks - December 10, 2012 - 9:27 am

Oh Me Oh my Thank You for being soooooooooo great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!So much excitment …
HUGE HUGS MY FRIEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ruth G - December 10, 2012 - 10:16 am

What fun! Just the distraction I need from trying to make everyone else happy this time of year! Thanks for all you share, Kerri!!! I had trouble with the download the first time I tried and then it went through, so if anyone else has trouble just try again and hopefully it’ll work like a charm!

Rhadonda - December 10, 2012 - 11:45 am

Thanks! Love it. Much to anticipate this week then!

Katy - December 10, 2012 - 12:11 pm

Thank you so much for the free file, Kerri!

Brenda - December 10, 2012 - 12:11 pm

Thanks so much! I got it downloaded and can’t wait to use it – I love your designs and am so glad you’re going to offer some as single purchases. :)

AmyH - December 10, 2012 - 12:28 pm

Thanks for the freebie! It’ll definitely come in handy this Christmas!

Connie O. - December 10, 2012 - 1:22 pm

Thanks Kerri….Will definitely be using this one!

Mari - December 10, 2012 - 2:11 pm

I’m hoping for classes – for sure! Thank you so much for the freebies!

Issy Scotland - December 10, 2012 - 3:11 pm

Thanks for the freebie fun, Kerri! You Rock! Love from Scotland xo

ScrappyMama - December 10, 2012 - 3:58 pm

Santa’s bringing me the Designer Edition of the Cameo for Christmas – YIPPEE!!!!!! I’ve already done a little shopping in the Silhouette Online Store (can’t do anything with the items I bought yet, but I wanted to take advantage of the sale!) & have signed up for your 3 of your Silhouette classes at Jessica Sprague…another YIPPEE!!!! I’m trying desperately to download today’s freebie (svg file) but have absolutely no clue as to what I’m doing…I click on the link & see the 3 different types of files, but I don’t see a download button or anything. Can you help me with this…& the bigger question is…is there any hope for me?????!

ScrappyMama - December 10, 2012 - 4:23 pm

I think I got it figured out! I found the “file” button & the “download” option was hiding in there…MAYBE there is hope for me! Thanks for the freebie & I can’t wait to learn all about my new Cameo from you in class!

Gaby - December 10, 2012 - 9:59 pm

Thank you so much Kerri! …are you going to sell the word Christmas found on this post…just love it!!!

Kerri - December 11, 2012 - 7:43 am

Hey Gaby! You can get that ‘christmas’ word in the December 25 kit. :)

a very retro christmas

I have been in such a retro mood. I love vintage-style typography–you could say, it really floats my boat. Usually the style is clean with some character. I think it just adds a whole fabulous element to a page…or a Project Life…or a December Daily…. :)

That’s why I was so excited to make this fun little number:

And not only would they be great for your memory keeping, but you can use them as gift tags or on a photo card or whatever!

So this is how they come. In the kit you get two different sizes to the PNG image. One is the STANDARD–use ‘as is’–size, and the other one is a BLEED size–meaning, you’ll get an excess of the card so that when you add a decorative edge then you’ll have some wiggle room.

So, let’s take a closer look at what this image is telling us.

If you decide you want to use a tag shape, choose the PNG image file that has BLEED in it. The BLEED files give a little excess to the design around the outer edge so that you have a little wiggle room to play with. The BLEED PNG files should be about 3.2″ wide and the tag shape should remain that 2.95″ wide so it will fit into the pocket of your Project Life. Center the two images and create that Print+Cut.

If you decide you want the STANDARD, straight-cut image to use, and you’re using it in your Project Life, you’ll want to make the card slightly smaller than 3×4–so setting a width of 2.95″ would probably end up being just right.

So the basics of this all is:
1. Open the needed PNG
2. Open the tag cut file and copy your tag style
3. Paste and center it over your PNG image
4. Set up your file for the Print+Cut

And voila! You are done!

Of course, if you are using this for anything else, your sizes can vary. Oh yeah, and to carry on the theme of what you’re working with there, there are three of the designs on the cards that have been included as cuttable shapes. I’m personally pretty fond of those. :)

Soooo…there ya have it! Go have some fun with it!

Sylvia - December 10, 2012 - 5:40 am


my thoughts on the canon 7d

A few months ago I felt it was time to upgrade my 5-year old Canon Rebel XTi. It’s not that was a bad little camera–I mean, I’ve taken some really great shots with it–it was just I wanted my camera to do a little more, especially video, which my Rebel did not do. Some other things I was looking for were more focusing points and higher ISO capabilities–both of which were not all that swell with my current camera.

I compared the features between the 7D with the 5D Mark II, which had recently come down in price, to see which one better suited my needs. Well, let’s face it, I would have loved the Mark III, but $3000 was just a wee bit out of my price range. :) Hey, I can be realistic, ya know.

So in my quest to see what was best (i guess i can be a poet too), this is why I went with the 7D–in my nonprofessional thoughts.

Price | When I purchased it this summer, it was $1500 and the Mark II was $2100, I believe. Now, the 7D you can get for $1270 online at places like B&H Photo. Awesome price! The reason for the drop, I believe, was because the new 6D full-frame camera came out to ‘replace’ the 7D, and has a few more bells and whistles, but still has a price of $2100.

Focus Points | The 7D has 19 points to choose from in three different ways. You can let it automatically choose the focus, choose focus ranges, or choose single points to focus with. And I’m not sure if you can do this with the other cameras, but in some recent research to find out how to get the most out of my focusing points, I discovered that you can ‘memorize’ focus settings by assigning them to buttons on your camera. This is something I am definitely going to check into! I also learned that you can ‘memorize’ the points so that if you are using–let’s say–the range focusing points, you can have your camera know to default to the left side when you have it landscape and move to the top when you go vertical (which is actually the right side when landscape). I am soooo loving that idea! I’ll let ya know when I have that all figured out. :)

The joystick to move from point to point is pretty awesome too. Much easier than having to use your scroll wheel to get around through 19 points (you can still use the scroll wheel too).

ISO | I have read that as DSLRs have gotten better, you can use higher ISOs without as much noise. I believe this is true from camera to camera within a line as well. For example, the most current entry level Canon’s ISO will have a bit more noise than the next one up, and so on. ISO is important to me because I do shoot in low-light situations a lot.

Additionally, and I’m not sure what all cameras have this, but the 7D has an auto ISO. Meaning, that if you set your shutter speed and aperture and use Auto ISO, the ISO will switch as needed so that you don’t have to switch shutter speeds to compensate for lighting. LOVE!

When I first heard about this feature I wasn’t exactly sure I would really want to use it. But I can tell you, it has definitely come in handy! I recently took photos of Jordan’s play. Any of you who have photographed stage events know how challenging this can be–especially on a play and especially with an older camera that only has 1600 ISO. The light is constantly changing. And over the past few years of taking play photos, I can’t tell you how glorious the Auto ISO feature was! I set my aperture and shutter speed and let the ISO compensate for the change in lighting. Before I would constantly be switching my shutter speed trying to get the right shot. But since the ISO allowed it to be faster or slower according to the light, I didn’t worry about a thing. I loved it!

Continuous Shooting | All I can say is wow. This baby can shoot fast!!! And it has two different speeds–slow and fast. All my photographing family is quite impressed with this. Zach and Kass both shot sports in high school and still enjoy shooting skateboarding or other moving-type sports. This feature is quite impressive.

Size | I knew that the 7D was bigger when I bought it and it felt really great in my hand. But I didn’t realize how much better it felt in my hand until I went to switch lenses on Zach’s camera with mine (his is an XTi too). I have small hands, so it’s not so much of an issue for me to handle the smaller camera, but that bigger grip makes all the difference! And when Zach tried it with his man hands? He was in absolute heaven! So he took his 70-200 2.8 (big, long and heavy) lens off his XTi, which felt totally unbalanced, and put it on my 7D and the balance change was amazing. You just don’t realize how much of a difference it can make!

[ pretend there is a comparison photo here. it will appear when i have better lighting--less gloom + more sunshine. ]

Larger Display | Because the camera itself is bigger, the display on the back is significantly bigger. Love that. Now remember, my other camera was five years old. Kass’ T2i had a bigger screen than mine, but this is bigger than that. I also love that with the push of a button you can get your most popular setting choices on that display. It looks something like this:

This bigger display also makes a huge difference to me considering my eyes are changing. Yeah, I’m getting older. What of it. ;) Love the ease of use there. I wouldn’t use it for everything all the time, but it is pretty sweet to have those features you commonly use all there on one screen.

Brief Review Summary Between 7D + 5D Mark II | Through all my research, the 7D is better than the Mark II. The main reason why someone would choose the Mark II over the 7D is for its full-frame capability. The 7D–and most ‘cheaper’ DSLRs–will have a crop factor. Meaning you don’t  get the full view in your photo. This is the only reason I–and most of the reviews I read–can see to choose the 5D Mark II over the 7D. Really, the 7D is so much better over all. Now, the Mark III is a whole other story. ;)

When All Is Said And Done | Now, I know that when considering what camera to purchase, spending an extra few hundred dollars is not in everyone’s budget. In fact, most of the time when people ask me what they should buy considering their funds, my recommendation is to buy the entry-level–body only–and spend a little more on a good lens. Kit lenses really aren’t much to get excited about and by spending a little more, you can get something so much better. I’ve always thought it was more important to invest in lenses than cameras. And I do believe in all that as a rule of thumb still.

However, if you have the choice (aka. money) to upgrade just a little? Get the 7D. You won’t regret it.

Audrey V - December 5, 2012 - 12:12 pm

Hi Kerri,
I also upgraded from the XTi to the 7D this summer. I’m a little bummed to see the price drop $300 now, but oh well. I did my research and I agree with everything you’ve said. Although I have to say that it is taking me quite a while to learn the details of the 7D, there is so much to it. I’ve made my way through the manual, now I am reading a 3rd party book to really learn all of the bells and whistles. I love the spot metering feature that the XTi didn’t have. My photos have been so well exposed since I started using this feature. Let us know if you learn something new about the 7D, it’s great to share. I’m in the start of high school basketball season, which is one of my main reasons to buy this camera, so I better get to reading my book!

Kerri - December 5, 2012 - 1:10 pm

I”m with ya Audrey! It is a camera with more bells and whistles. Something that does take time to learn. I need to venture into spot metering too. I’m just glad there are three of us in the house to work together on it too. lol But I think it would be awesome to share tips about using it as well! And I’d love tips from all of you guys too!

Have fun with your basketball season! :)

D. Lambert - December 5, 2012 - 1:40 pm

Thanks for the notes. I’m hoping to pull the trigger on something to replace my 40D sometime soon (like tax refund-time, if not sooner). With rumors of the 7D-II starting to heat up, I may wait to see what shapes up there, but it seems likely that a 7D-II would be priced at $2k or more, so I’m working on talking myself into “settling” for the 7D. Funny… until the 5D-III came out, the 7D looked like a world-beater, but the high-ISO capabilities on some of the bodies hitting the market these days are pretty drool-worthy.

Kerri - December 5, 2012 - 3:18 pm

I love it! ‘Drool worthy’! So true!

I know what you mean about waiting though. But with my budget and my kids’ budgets and the fact that the 7D is such an awesome camera? I figure it’s worth it. I’m keen on the $1270 price. And the ISO does go up to 6400…expandable to 12800, which is still pretty awesome. Don’t think of it as settling, think of it as getting a wonderful deal on a fabulous piece of photographic amazingness. :)

Cindy - December 5, 2012 - 4:39 pm

Does your camera shoot video? I didn’t think they did. I purchased a Canon EOS 40D several years ago and would LOVE to upgrade to the 7D, but it will have to wait until next year (when my vehicle is finally paid off). My camera still takes great photos, but I want to get even better ones. I couldn’t agree with you more on purchasing better lenses… grandson plays in a youth football league and I’m still looking for a better lens, one that I can afford.

Kerri - December 6, 2012 - 10:54 am

Yup…it totally does HD video! That was a prerequisite for my new camera…not that many DSLRs come without it anymore. Even the Rebels have it.

Cindy - December 6, 2012 - 4:45 pm

Then I’d say you got an AWESOME deal!! Hurry up Christmas 2013!! jk – don’t really want to “wish” my life away.

Angie - December 9, 2012 - 5:28 pm

I’ve had my 7D for two years this December. I really love the camera, but living in Seattle I continue to struggle with low light even at ISO 6400. Thanks for the auto ISO tip – I’ll have to give that a try. The video on this camera rocks – it’s easy to use and quality is better than our other devices that are primarily video cameras.

Andrea - December 9, 2012 - 6:11 pm

Thank you for sharing all of this great info. I would love to see some side by side comparison shots. I have a Rebel T1i currently but am interested in this info for the future. :)

it’s december!

Whoa…when did that happen?? Just thought I’d pop in to see if any of you were starting with your December Daily today. There’s lots of fun Christmas kits to be used for sure, but have you thought about some of the others? Like these?

And even though this is designed as an advent calendar, you can also use it as  tag shapes or even just the components themselves on your December Daily!

Oh yeah, and let’s not forget the photo templates!  While you could use any of them and size them down as needed for your album, these Snapshot templates are specifically done in 4×6 and 5×7 sizes so you can just drop, print and put–all into your page protectors. (Great for Christmas cards too.) Or the photobooth templates would be a fun way to present some photos in your album as well! These are an awesome way to get multiple photos within one photo slot!

Have fun starting your albums. Just 24 days left until Christmas!
(who said that?)
Cindy - December 1, 2012 - 10:41 am

I am all ready to start my DD today and all your Silhouette Designs are just waiting to be printed and/or cut. I have some awesome photos to get me started too and a great color palette was just posted (from Help [Me] Ronda) that I plan to use.
I’m hoping to figure out the photoshop problems, PSE 11 should arrive in a few days, and I’m hopeful that the photo templates were not corrupted when my computer crashed; the ones on my thumbdrive are so not working with PSE5. (Could be operator error too since I’m not all that familiar with PSE.)
Thanks for that reminder……..24 more days, seriously? (that’s not much time!)

christmas magic

It’s that time of year…time to start thinking of all those Christmas pages you’ll need to do. Want a fabulous idea to help you get yours done in a jif? Check out this Christmas Magic from Nichol!

[ Shapes | December Twenty-Five ("magic") / Picture That [Go Long] / Christmas Countdown (tree) / Here Comes Santa Claus (“christmas”) / This & That Family (spool) / XOXO (doily) / Background Basics (diagonal background)


Okay, spools for the trees? Genius! love. And I looove how she used the diagonal stripe design for her background. Looks very cool!

Here’s what Nichol has to say:

This page was completely inspired by the homemade Christmas trees I’ve seen where people create a “tree” to top a spool. I think they are just adorable and thought that the die cut trees and die cut spool shapes from Kerri’s kits would make a cute page embellishment! I wanted the page to have a more “rustic” look and feel and chose to die cut Kerri’s diagonal background from a 12×12 sheet of woodgrain paper and then pop a sheet of burlap printed paper behind it for contrast. A cute title created from word die cuts and decorative die cut doily with embellishments add color and texture to the page. I gave my photos a bit of a vintage feel with photo actions and dropped them into one of Kerri’s templates for an eye-pleasing arrangement.


Cindy Sowell - November 30, 2012 - 12:44 pm

I love the texture and dimension on this layout! Great job Nichol!

Gaby - December 1, 2012 - 2:09 pm

Great LO by Nichol and love that doilly/snowflake!

Ruth G - December 2, 2012 - 3:00 pm

Truly magical! The colors are fantastic, the tree with the popcorn and cranberries is so much fun and the photo layout is wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

o christmas tree, o christmas tree…

So this year I decided I wanted a fancy tree. According to…well…mostly my girls, I was ‘stealing Christmas’ because they didn’t get to decorate it with all the ‘I remember…’ ornaments. They really are joking about it, but next year I will invest in a second tree for the family room where they can have Christmas once again. :)

This year though, I had my ‘tree whisperer’ and best friend Kristy Banks come up with this new ‘ensem’ for my fancy tree. I wish I could take credit, but we shopped for stuff together and she decorated it for me. Isn’t she the best??? She loooves decorating trees (at least she says she does) and I am her fifth tree already this year. She does a FABulous job!


Thanks so much bestie! You are the tree whisperer for sure!

Katrina - November 28, 2012 - 9:05 pm

Very pretty!

Rhadonda - November 28, 2012 - 9:45 pm

Gorgeous!!! The tree and the friendship.

ana roat - November 29, 2012 - 7:39 am

BEAUTIFUL! Love the gold ribbon. So grown up and elegant.

I’m busting out the tree this weekend. My hubby’s birthday is Nov 23rd so nothing can be done regarding christmas (with the exception of Black Friday shopping) before December 1st. He said growing up with his birthday so close or actually on Thanksgiving was equal to being born on Christmas eve or Christmas day. No pizza or lasagna….just turkey…poor guy…

This year I’m having a whimsical tree to celebrate our new grand baby Reagan. She is 18 months old and such a little joy. I’ve been busy making tiny felt ornaments so that she can decorate her very own little pink tree.

Small treasures make such big memories!


Cheryl :) - November 29, 2012 - 2:14 pm

WOW! That is absolutely beautiful!!!

Ruth G - November 29, 2012 - 8:32 pm

Wowza! That tree gets a gold star for sure and an academy award and a pulitzer…Oh, wait, it’s already got the Miss America gold sash so it’s all set! Really fantastic (and of course you took an amazing picture of it!!!) Thanks so much for sharing! Who knows? Maybe it’ll grow on the girls and they’ll want an elegant tree next year, too?!!

please excuse my quietness…

I’m apologizing in advance for not being ’round much this week. I have a project I’m working on and all my attentions are there this week. Nothing to do with my store or my classes though. Sorry.  :)

But I’m sure I’ll make my quick remarks on Facebook when the thoughts in my head feel like they need to be said. So if you miss hearing from me here on a daily basis and you want to keep in touch with my random blatherings, you can be sure to see something there.

I do feel like I need to post a photo–something visual–gotta have that. Hmm. So speaking of quiet. Here’s wishing I was some place peaceful like Glenalough, in Ireland.

Candy - November 27, 2012 - 1:18 pm

Hopefully above ground! LOL.

Kerri - November 27, 2012 - 2:11 pm

Oh my gosh! That is soooo funny! Yes, above ground….please.
(I didn’t even think of that. lol)

TeriBeri - November 27, 2012 - 2:27 pm

Oh yes Kerri….that’s a bit TOOOO QUIET if you ask me LOL.
Of course we miss you!!

photos, photos, photos . . . .

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Soooo much food! And leftovers. Gotta love that! We started our day off with caramel french toast as well as eggs, sausage and hashbrowns…topped with a little OJ. Yum! And for our big family dinner on Dan’s side? I made cheesy potatoes, sweet potato souffle, apple spice cake and pumpkin bars. More yum!

This time of year I think we all take more photos at any given time throughout the year. So many fun activities and memories to record! That’s why I thought a sale on photo templates would my fun little contribution to the big ‘sale’abrations going on this weekend!

These are such a quick and easy to capture a lot of memories!
Check out what Nichol did for a Christmas page last year! And this was just for one event!

For more details on this page, click HERE

To see all the templates available–with their sale price–click HERE.

The sale ends Monday night!

Have fun shopping these next few days . . . wherever your shopping may be!
I personally avoid all crowds when possible. :)

ETA: My Silhouette classes on
are on sale for 20% off too!

Click HERE for the classes.

Mary - November 26, 2012 - 10:13 pm

Ahh, I just squeaked in and got Just Add Color. Woo Hoo.

Kerri - November 27, 2012 - 7:48 am

Yahoo! :)