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I LOVE Christmas! I love the music, the smells, the fun of it. It is so disappointing that the spirit behind it is being lost in the commercialization of it. It's also being lost to all other holidays. I am one of those that still says Merry Christmas. That IS the holiday I celebrate. If I was in another country during their biggest holiday of the year, I would surely wish them their holiday. I respect others and their holidays, I just don't think I should have to give up mine.

Anyway, in the traditional spirit of Christmas, I will be finding things to share and posting them to my blog randomly from now to the end of the year! Today, I stumbled across a file by one of my favorite designers. I found myself surfing through her stuff. I think I'm going to buy her snowflakes and hang them in my windows. I just love them! While there, I found some free files for little pockets to put money and stuff in! So I thought it would be fun to post a list of free files (hers and mine :)!

Here are the links:
Files by me
Mom card, Boy Title, Summer Titles, Book of me titles, Churches, crosses etc There are several right here on my blog as well - (Aug 4, 2010 - Please note that Cuttersmarket was recently closed by the owners. The free files linked here are no longer available. I will try to get them shared in a new format asap)

ThatsScrapInc Forum (You have to be a member, but membership is free)

A great designer!
http://mamawslegacy.wordpress.com/

Mary does a great job and her files cut nicely. Thanks for sharing your talents with us Mary!!

Comments

Mary said…
Thanks, Tammey! I love your blog ;-)
~Mary
Anna said…
Tammey Awesome files as usual!!! and I agree 100% with your comments on Christmas. You really hit the nail on the head :D Thank you so much!!!

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