September’s Lunch Bunch Swaps

A quick preface by Jim.  The migration from GoDaddy to HostGator seems to be bogged down so we are making a post while we sit in queue.  Again, I want to emphasize that Pat’s website and blog will be fully functional during this process and you can visit at your leisure.  Now to Pat’s Post.

I want to share the swaps I received at the past week’s Lunch Bunch & Swap. They are beautiful and adorable and I’m so happy to have them.  I asked the swappers if I could post their cards on my blog and everybody said yes.  However, it was a split decision about giving credit to the swapper, so I won’t list the creaters’ names.

If you’d like to do a Lunch Bunch and Swap or just come visit and bring your own lunch, please let me know a date that will work for you.  I think we’re all enjoying them, and it’s an outing.


These two are made using the Love of Leaves bundle.  This is a bundle that I believe everybody should own.  It’s very different than any bundle that we’ve ever had before.  I’ll tell you more about it in a later post.


These two are so Christmasy.  Aren’t they adorable and beautiful?  The cabin card features the Snow Front, and the candy cane card is made using a scalloped punch.


This sympathy card is so elegant.  Love it.


Isn’t this little post it note holder adorable?  I love that owl. There were several to choose from and they were all so cute.


This is the card that I swapped.  It features the Arrange a Wreath Bundle.  I don’t remember who the original was by, but I fell in love with this card as soon as I saw it.

You’ll probably notice that several of the swap cards feature the Plaid Tidings designer series paper.  It is so versatile; there are many colors in the package and each sheet seems to be put together perfectly.  There’s a black & white sheet that I love but haven’t yet used.

Please let me know if you have any questions:  text or call 303-888-1862 or call 303-674-6435.

I appreciate you so very much, Pat

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