Thursday, December 27, 2018


Merry Christmas to all my blogging friends.
We had a wonderful Day with family.

What was your favorite gift of the holiday?

Mine is a hand-carved rubber stamp, made by
my thoughtful, beautiful and talented Granddaughter.

Megan is in her third year of College.  She is majoring
in Art, and wants to be an Art Teacher.  She is hard
working and has set goals for herself.

So yesterday morning I got up went up to the stamp room
and inked up the stamp she made me and created a card.
After many interruptions, I finally finished it.

Close-up of the bunny making a Snowbunny.

Thank you Megan Himes for this awesome stamp you created.  Now Nana has
a one of-a-kind Stamp in her collection!!  AND I LOVE IT!!!

Thanks for stopping by today.
Have a great day.
Until later..........


*Vicki* said...

Well I must say that talent clearly runs through your family!! What a cool present to recieve for sure and she's done a brilliant job with it!! Love your gorgeous scene you've made with it too!! Glad you had a great Christmas! My favorite gift was just being around my family and having laughs. Huge hugs and a warm welcome to the New Year friend!

Sue said...

Hi Sue, Glad you had a nice Christmas with family.

The stamp is lovely.

Hope you enjoy the rest of the festive period. Sue

Amy King said...

It is so cute. Very talented young lady. Fun that you have a one of a kind stamp.

Bunny said...

Tell you granddaughter that this Bunny loves the bunny she made for you. What a nice gift. A labor of love gift. [Bunny]```

Patti J said...

Oh my goodness, how exciting! The best gift ever!!! And your card has brought her stamp to life! You both have such talent! Thanks for sharing with us!

Sandra H said...

Such a talented family member you’d be so proud off your card and stamp image is gorgeous my favourite gift was having my family around me also the many presents of course take care x

cotnob said...

A super card Sue, such a fabulous stamp - you have a very talented Granddaughter.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob