Saturday, November 30, 2013


Good Morning Ladies.
I hope everyone got to and from your Thanksgiving Holiday safely, and now we are feeling alittle Stuffed, just my Turkey’s.  
Saturday Nov. 23 was Convention for us here in Wisconsin, and what a wonderful time it was. It was the first time for Mr. Holtz at our convention, let me tell you (It Was Standing Room Only) a packed house.   Tim mesmerized the entire audience with his talent, quick puns, and stamina, never once did I see him leave for potty break, lunch break or just to get up and stretch his legs.  
Very Impressive!
After 2 hours of watching, laughing and being totally mesmerize my pocketbook was screaming so loud that I just had to do some shopping in the Stamper Anonymous booth. What a mess of (coat covered Fannies, Sharp pointy elbows), flying about-- why a girl could lose her life in that booth, but rest assured I stuck it out and stopped the screaming in my pocketbook!!!
Found almost to many things that ranked “Got To Haves”!
But then the winter can be long up here, and a girl must have a few new toys now and then.
Well on to my cards and two outstanding Tags.

Using the new Ivy Stencil (witch I just LOVE) here’s my tags.


Have a wonderful afternoon, thanks for putting up with me and this L O N G post.


Sue Butler said...

Hello Vada
Lucky you, I doubt TH will ever come to NZ! But we survive down here okay. Love the Tags your work is always so impressive, and inspirational.

Terry said...

Stop it, really! Every time you buy a new toy (that I think I did not need), I have to have it!!! The packages are adorable and now I need that die! The M/S stocking also is now on my list! Vada, I am so glad you had such a great time and are now among the Tim followers - big time! So inspired here my dear friend! Glad you had a great Thanksgiving. It was just us two, so we have leftovers for days! Hugs and enjoy the weekend!

Conniecrafter said...

Glad you were able to get in there and get some goodies to play with, your creations are just gorgeous!!

Donna Ellis said...

how fun! and exquisite! hugs, de

Karin said...

What did you use for the head and neck of your turkeys? Was it a Graphic Fairy image also?