Hi Crafty Friends,
It's time for a NEW Challenge in the Rachelle Anne Miller Facebook Group! This month's theme as always is ANYTHING GOES but an Optional Twist for BONUS entries by following the theme Christmas/Happy Holidays. The prize is 2 digis and there are two chances! One is a random pick and one is the Design Team's Top Pick.
I am sharing a Christmas card featuring Christmas Sled. This reminds me of my childhood when my dad would pull us around in our sled and when my sister and I would build a sledding ramp down the stairs of our porch (see pics below).
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: Do you go sledding or pull your kids in sleds?
A: Me? I don't have kiddos but I do pull my niece and nephew around.
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Rachelle Anne Miller Christmas Sled
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|Sledding, and Bunnies|
Pretty coloring on this sweet image!ReplyDelete
I was never in the snow as a kid, but we did take my daughter up to Lake Tahoe quite often when she was little and we played in the snow with a sled.
That's a sweet memory and a great cardReplyDelete
My kids went sledding when they were young when we drove up to the snow during the winter.ReplyDelete
Such a darling card. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas for our December "Anything Goes" challenge.
Let's say I watched them sledding, not a participant but my husband was. Love this image and fantastic coloring... adorable and fun card. Thanks again for sharing with us at Double Trouble and Kat Scrappiness.ReplyDelete
Wow, this card is definitely inspired by your sledding days as a kid. I love those flash-back photos of you and your family...and seeing the sass shining through even then!ReplyDelete
Adorable card -- your coloring is wonderful! Thanks for joining in at STAMP CAS ChallengeReplyDelete
Love love love the photos...and your card is adorable. Fabulous coloring!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!
Very cute card. Thanks for another submission at Time Out.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful card, Meghan!!! Love the image, and how you framed it with the wonky dies! I absolutely LOVED the photo of your Dad pulling you and your sister on the sled!!! Thank you for sharing your creativity and family photo with us at Double Trouble!!! -DonnaReplyDelete
I so enjoy your lovely cards, Meghan, and thank you for sharing your photos! I lived in Florida as a child so no snow but we moved to New England when I was 14 and I learned what fun it was to go sledding and tobogganing. The climb up the hill was worth it for the fun of the ride down. Now I live in AZ and have not seen snow for many years. Thank you for playing along with us at Double Trouble #72.ReplyDelete
What a sweet image and great card (as always!) When I lived up in the Chicago area when my boys were growing up we always went sledding. Sometimes they would go with their dad and I would stay home (and warm) and prepare the hot chocolate. My sons (and grandkids) still love winter sports.ReplyDelete
Love the sledding scene you created and enjoyed your pictures. I used to love sledding as a kid, but have not done so in many years. If I remain in Florida I never will.ReplyDelete
So cute. We pulled our kids and now our grandkids and also use it to haul hay to the animals.ReplyDelete
Darling trio of kiddies with sled, Meghan!! Just love your coloring!! Yes, I remember being pulled on a sled by my daddy too. We used to build ice forts in the boulevards in front the house - now I shudder to think of it!! So glad you could play along at Die Cut Divas this month!! Linda Diva DTReplyDelete
so very sweet card!ReplyDelete
when our daughter was small we go sled but now she is 17 and we dont go. but maybe we should if snow fall.
Super cute card and I loved the photos you shared! Thanks for your inspiration at PIP Challenges!ReplyDelete
Funny pictures that are wonderful memories and made me smile! No sledding, no kiddos. The papers are so cute with these silly gals. Love that stamp set!ReplyDelete