One of the things I am most thankful for is our house and our neighbors. After living on a military base for so many years we got used to not really knowing our neighbors because it seemed like the minute we got to know them they moved again. Now that we have a home it feels like we really have roots here in the community. I am truly grateful for my neighbors and the support they have given us in the past year and a half that we have lived here. Today, to show our thanks in a very small way I baked mini loaves of pumpkin bread and naturally had to package them up and stamp in some way, how else would they know it was from me :) I followed the bread box tutorial by TechnoStamper Mary Jo Price-Williams.
The green plastic wrap was a little unfortunate, it kinda makes the bread look a little funky, but I promise it was yummy.
Stamps: Happiness Always
Ink: Really Rust, Pumpkin Pie, Close to Cocoa
Paper: Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, Pumpkin Pie, Ruby Red
Accessories: Scallop Punch, Paper Piercer, Silk Fall Leaf