There is a special Christmas song I never tire of hearing, and that is "I'll Be Home For Christmas (if only in my dreams)." If you haven't heard it, you can listen here. The meaning of the song for me has changed over the years, and is now a place to which I cannot return. Still, the memories remain.
I have used two Stampotique Originals' stamps. First, Stacked Suitcases, created by artist France Papillon; the second, Bob's In Time Out, by artists Jill Penney and Daniel Torrente. I used Ranger's Distress Markers to color the images. The song title was generated with my computer software and printer. Have a look:
I hope you will take some time this month to create something for this Anything Goes challenge. You can find all the details here. At the end of the month, two lucky winners will be selected from all submissions and receive a $30 gift certificate from Stampotique Originals for any of their products. One requirement: use a rubber stamp! It doesn't have to be a Stampotique image, but it may not be a digital stamp! That's it! Get creative!
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