Friday, December 22, 2006

Merry Christmas

to all.
I did get my cards in the mail earlier this week. Except I have lost my list that I have used for many years and so the card mailing is ongoing. I worked on my cards in November but didn't tell. I used my Snow Fairy Princess from my Flesh True Colors Journal. My card shown here is a scan of a scan and not too good. So, just click here for a better look at the Snow Fairy Princess.

The good news is I will be off all next week and I plan to ... well I will probably share that with you then.

The bad news is we are having our family Christmas dinner and gifts tomorrow evening with kids and grandkids and I need to shop for their presents, then wrap them, then shop for the groceries, then cook them.

In the meantime, I am stranded here doing work-at-the-desk (ho ho ho) until 5 o'clock. Because my dh KRT and son and two oldest grandsons are off on a hunting excursion and will return tomorrow just prior to the big feast.

And the good news is I am not stressed at all about this. Except that I am a little confused that I am not stressed. Do you suppose that is because I have had such a wonderful year with my rediscovery of ART and having time and making time for it?

This is where I tell you how much you, yes you, have meant to me being out there and here with praise and support. You out there give it to me with your wonderful visits and comments. You here give it to me with your tolerance of dust bunnies and a bit of clutter here and there. From the deepest corner of my heart I thank you, love you and wish you the Merriest Christmas of all.
More later,


  1. Has it only been ayear since you "rediscovered" art? Wow, what a year! Have a great meal and present opening. And thankyou for sharing your journey with us out there.

  2. This is a very beautiful card Sharon! So very you, or what I've come to know about you via your blog. I wish you a most joyful and scintillating holiday with your loved ones and will be looking forward to visiting you in blogland again in the new year. Bright blessings,

  3. Have a wonderful Christams holiday with family and friends and all the best to you in the new year!. have fun finding leaf skeletons...

  4. Oh, this card is amazing! such a beauty that you made. That is funny that you are worried about not being stressed. I am more like that too now, kind of know it's not the end of the world if everything isn't perfect because love is the important part! I've also enjoyed sharing art talk with you the last month and look forward to more in the new year! ~Lia (artjunkgrl)

  5. Well THANK YOU !

    Thank you for all the art and I look forward to seeing what you do all next year too !

    *INsPiRINg us all ! *

    So you were keeping those wonderful cards from us?


    MErry Christmas Dear Sharon.
    - x o -

  6. Merry Christmas, Sharon! We have all been equally blessed by the gorgeous inspiration that you provide through your blog. smiles...

  7. I'm so glad to hear you are not stressing out. Going with the flow is so much easier on our bodies. I'm glad you've rediscovered your creative self and that you share it with everyone. Your work is amazing and I'm hoping to see more of it in the coming year. Happy Holidays!

  8. You are SO special Sharon!!! It has been utterly marvelous witnessing your rediscovery of art! You are so talented and there is still SO much more you have yet to discover. I can't wait to see what happens next!

    I wish you a wonderful, joyous holiday and enjoy that mountain of a family you have!! :-)

  9. this card is STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS!!!! I am so in love with your art~

    Merry Christmas to you & your family xo ~Bella

  10. Now that I have been lucky enough is receive one your stunning cards, I want to are SO talented Sharon!!! Thank you so so much!!!!!

  11. I'm late getting here, and only recently discovered your blog, but I wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your art and the blog. And even if it is late, I hope you had a very Merry Christmas.


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