Eat Cake Graphics that I may have gone a little overboard, as in, yes, I paper pieced Santa's glasses and doggy's tongue. The sentiment was cut on shimmery paper (the very definition of "good") using Chowderhead font. The background paper is "Twas the Night Before Christmas" paper from Amuse.
Speaking of Eat Cake Graphics, my "four month" design team gig there is finally drawing to a close. Holly has been so laid back and easy to work with. I'm forever grateful that she chose me to be on her design team, especially since it was my very first one! ECG images make me so happy, so you certainly haven't seen the last of them. If you love them too, Holly is looking for a few good stampers for her next team. See all the details here and don't hesitate to apply--I would love to see one of y'all on there!
In other design team news, I am also stepping down from Market Street Stamps. This week is the end of my six-month term, and although Angelica was nice enough to invite everyone back, she has such big plans for the next year that I wasn't sure I could keep up. Angelica and Steph have been such fun to work with and I can't wait to see Market Street really take off to new heights this year!
As much fun as these design teams have been, I'm looking forward to starting the next year with absolutely no commitments but to enjoy my stamping. I've gotten a little caught up in the howmanycardspublished/designteams/followers race and it's starting to take the joy out of crafting. I'm even debating about giving up blogging for a bit in the new year, but that does seem kind of drastic. I do hope to have a nice big purge and clean up of my stamping room, then start the new year off with a fresh clean crafting slate. That would be splendid!