Here is my entry for Katie's Random Roundabout 4th Quarter Sale Challenge.


With Thanksgiving nearly upon us here in the States, and with some of the tragedies going on in the world I have been mindful lately of how rich and full my life is, and it seemed important to note some of the things for which I am very grateful. I'd had an idea a while ago for how to make such a page using a circle motif, and Katie's challenge gave me the push I needed to get 'er done. This is one of those pages that looked better in my head than it does on digi paper, but after fussing with the same thing for the past hour (turn off the confetti, turn on the confetti, turn off the confetti, turn on the confetti...) I have decided to call it done. Oh, and the final verdict? Turn on the confetti! Smile (We've met, right? Was there ever any doubt? Wink )


Now I have to go get ready for work. Yes, I must work on a Sunday. There are times--and this is one of them--when I re-think the blessing of having this particular job! Smile


My gratitude list, in no particular order and by no means complete:
A Family I Adore
My Good Health
Friends I Love and Who Love Me Back
My Life Is A Happy One
A Warm and Cozy Home
A Job I Love (even when I have to work on a Sunday! Smile )
Freedom
My Favorite Hobby
The Beauty of An Autumn Day
Movie Nights with My Husband


Credits
Cassie Jones
How’d They Do That? No. 13: Bending Shadows


Lynn Grieveson
Really Retro Labels No. 02
Scholar Kit


Katie Pertiet
Bubble Clusters Brushes and Stamps No. 01
Buttoned Up
Color Study Flair: Green
Connected Wood Words No. 01
December Woods Scrapbook Kit (paper behind two of the homemade flairs)
DelMar Shores Scrapbooking Kit (background paper, bucket; a Photoshop lighting effect was used on both)
Fall Flair No. 01
Letter Box Confetti No. 01
Life Lines Confetti Layered Templates
Littlest Farmer Kit
Movie Reels No. 01
Sentiment Flairs No. 01
Thankful Memories Kit (more confetti, 'cause there is no such thing as too much confetti!)


Font: Rubber Stamp


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