I know I’m a few days late ringing the new year with you, but better late than never.  I spent the first running around to junk stores with my mom and sister.  Got some great buys and had a fabulous day!  We ended up at Cracker Barrel for lunch and of course, they were serving black-eyed peas.  Now they are not one of my favorites, but in the hopes of changing my luck for the upcoming year that I had to indulge a tiny bit!  My sister said they tasted like dirty feet . . . I have to agree . . . but I still ate a few spoonful’s.  All I can say, is that the grilled chicken and baked sweet potato tasted a hell of a lot better!

Today is my day to post over on the Quietfire Creations Blog!  I’m sharing a chipboard plaque that I made using one of the newly released companion sets, This Heart Longing for You.

ThisHeartLongingPlaque

All the details and more pictures can be found on the designers’ blog, Quietfire Creations.  I hope you’ll stop by and take a peak!

Thanks for joining me here today!

SHERRY SIGNATURE

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6 Responses to “Happy New Year!”

  1. Wow, Sherry! This is stunning! Love those flowers and that big loopy bow. Happy New Year!

  2. Very pretty!!!!

  3. Love the colors and design of this. Also love the big bow! Well done!

  4. Beautiful, love that framing, lovely flower arranging and bow!!

  5. Oh Sherry….your project is just fabolous, amazing and very inspiring. Love the soft colors and all the pretty flowers you made…,
    About the yellow ribbon to match up an already covered space : believe me…. I know how it is…LOL
    Thank you for sharing this adorable card !!
    Hugs from SPAIN

  6. Love your flowers and color combination!

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