So, how many of you are doing the 52 Weeks of Mail Challenge?
We're in week 3, and I've sent 13 cards.
I always was an over-achiever.
It's never too late to start. After all, what is the point of making all these cards if we're not going to send them to someone?
Besides, it's time for those of you who took on the Gratitude Challenge to start sending those Thanksgiving cards to your friends and family. Why not spread them out over the whole month of November?
And you know, if you live in Canada, we Americans won't mind at all if you do the Gratitude Challenge on our schedule. After all, your Thanksgiving is so very early (as it should be that far north!), and you may simply need more time to make cards for it.
Besides, if you so desire, you could send ME (and your other American friends, of course) a Thanksgiving card.
I love snail mail.
Today's card uses one of my new A Muse sets. I copied a layout I'd already copied from a card published by Ryann Salamon. These stamps really are scaled just a bit too big to work for this layout, but all those floaty images falling to the bottom of the card seem to echo my life at the moment. And like the card says, I'm trying to enjoy the harvest of blessings rather than completely freak out over it.
It's not working. *sigh*
Enough of my melodramatic whining. Please tell me about your progress in the 52 Weeks Challenge and/or Gratitude Challenge. I'd love to hear how you're doing!