I got a little crazy this month and did TWO different handouts! One of them is a design I had done for someone for a Relief Society Christmas Dinner invitation (the nativity one), and the other is a new one just for this. :)
I am doing a sale on CUSTOM CHRISTMAS CARD designs today and tomorrow only. (December 2 and 3, 2013) For a single sided design, it is only $10 (regularly $15). Purchase the listing today and we can work out the details over the next few days! Check it out HERE in my etsy shop.
When I was designing this, I put so much thought and prayer into it, and I did things very deliberately. From using GOLD as a main color (the color of the Virtue value), to using flowers in every color of Young Women's values. I used a beehive pattern in the background because of the the Honor Bee in the Personal Progress program.
I am just so excited to share this with everyone, so don't be afraid to share and pin it!
I also have a thick, high quality professionally printed on 110# paper 4x6 and 5x7 prints available for purchase (not as a digital download) and BOOKMARKS!
Thanks and enjoy!
PS - I also have one other design that I did initially, and then decided to go another direction. BUT, since it was done, I am putting it in the shop too. :)
Devin and Lacee and Nyxon are so easy to take photos of! Besides being some great friends to us which makes picture taking really fun, Lacee scouts locations and finds some of the greatest unique places around our little town.
Their little two year old boy is the sweetest little guy around, and as cute as anything!
Senior photo sessions are SO much fun to do! Kierra was no exception. In addition to being crazy gorgeous (check out these blue eyes!), she is so talented. Guitar, singing, and sports are just a few of the things she excels at. I loved spending a couple of hours with Kierra and two of her sisters. It was really fun to get to know her better and spend time laughing with her.
I included this last one to show how brilliantly blue her eyes are! The bottom photo is the jpg image straight out of my camera. The top is the edited one.