Today is technically my first time entering the challenge at Merry Monday. I say "technically" because last week, when their theme was "wreaths" I made a very unique, very spooky Halloween wreath. I thought I was being all creative by creating a wreath that no one else would think of! Of course, they wouldn't because "Merry Monday" means all Christmas. All. The. Time. Epic fail. I automatically DQ'd myself after that blonde moment!
So, round two of Merry Monday and I get it now. All Christmas. 52 weeks of the year. (There's a challenge every week - with the philosophy being that if you participate every week, you will have 52 cards made by Christmas time)! The theme this week is "presents."
After reviewing my stamp collection, I knew my options were limited. And how right I was, there was but one single stamp to choose from. So, I knew I had to get creative:
A snowglobe of presents! What fun! Those presents are from a retired set called "Paris in the Spring."
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