It's Saturday, and time for The Paper Players peek. As you can see, tomorrow's card has both dry and heat embossing, plus pearls! I hope that you join me for the reveal on Sunday! Jaydee has prepared a fabulous challenge for us. And don't forget to stop by to see the talented stampers selected as our Headliner and Cuts Above!
And the Winner is...
I want to thank all of you for the comments you have left the past two days. You will never know how much your kind comments mean to me. However, there can only be one winner. The all-powerful random number generator has spoken. This little cutie will be traveling to #65 Christyne! Here is what Christyne had to say:
I keep telling myself that I don't need yet ANOTHER Christmas set, but every time I see something created with THIS set, I'm SO tempted! Your card may be the one that puts me over the edge - LOL! Well done!
Christyne, just email your address to me and I will bundle up this little gal and send her to her new home! And if you didn't win this time around, don't despair! I am cooking up more candy for the near future!
Those of you who are regular followers of The Stampin' Schach know that my son, Brady, is a trumpet performance major. He does indeed toot a mean horn! He texted me late Friday afternoon to let me know that he was a winner in Western Illinois University's Concerto Competition. Brady played Jolivet's Concertino por Trompette. Brady will be a featured soloist with the university's orchestra next semester. Brady celebrates his birthday today...and what a fabulous gift this was!
But wait...there's more! Brady advanced in the Music Teachers National Association Young Artists Competition. He will represent the state of Illinois when he travels to Western Michigan University in January. (And boy do we need to get some new pictures taken!)
That's it for now! The Twins and I will be off to pick up Brady for Thanksgiving break. He performs with the Quincy (IL) Symphony Orchestra this afternoon, so the Twins and I will be making a longer road trip than usual. Until next time...