Tuesday, December 8, 2009


so, good thing, we have accepted an offer on our house that did not get listed yet! Bad news the offer we put on a house did not get accepted! Where are we going to go? HA! obviously we may have to rent for a minute or two. We are very specific in what we are looking for and very constricted to an area because of the school system we want to stay in. The very first house we put on offer on is not out of the picture yet, just taking a looooong time because it is in a short sale. So still hoping for that option. We just did not expect our house to sell so quickly.

Anyway....here is a happy Christmas card. I used some more of that fun Vintage Christmas Past from Graphic 45 again! Been having so much fun with that. The sentiment is PTI Silent Night and the patterned paper is ....well, i don't know. I won some pieces in a blog candy! Outlined the die cut with Stickles. The cardstock is PTI Scarlet Jewel and Rustic Vintage Cream.

Okay kids, I am off to google some more houses for sale. Thanks for coming by!



Angela S. said...

Julie, i love this one!! the Dp looks perfect with the Vintage Santa!! love this layout!! Good luck on your house hunting.

Karen said...

Ooooo...fabulous vintage Christmasness! :>

Well......that's great that your house sold without having to keep it meticulous for months and months like so many are having to around the country! :>:> And fingers are still crossed for that dream home o' yours in the short sale!!! :>:>

JazzyH said...

Very pretty!

Payne Holler Cards said...

this is gorgeous gorgeous!
oh my! a blessing in one hand and still needed prayer in the other!!! but you know what you end up with is where you're supposed to be...let's home you know soon!

Gina said...

his is wonderful, love the vintage look. Hopefully you will find the "perfect" house very soon!

Janet said...

Congratulations on the wonderful news about selling your house and will pray you have luck on finding one soon. The fun is just beginning :)

I love these vintage Christmas cards, they are so beautiful.