JFF Design Team · JFF Monthly Challenge

The Little Book of Gratitude

“Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” A.A. Milne

Babies, sweet memories, beauty in nature, a loving touch…We get so busy with our everyday lives that we forget to appreciate the beauty around us…the leaves changing, spending time with those we love, just being still.

In the spirit of Thanksgiving (one of my favorite holidays!) I made a Little Book of Gratitude. ( Click here for an awesome video tutorial on how to make one of these for yourself!)

JFFRS Stamptangle Pumpkin image embossed in gold, Funwire vines and glitter leaf embellishment. Club Scrap Literature Lite cardstock.

I filled it with quotes and stamped artwork to remind me ( and whoever happens to read it) to be grateful for the things we have and people we love.


I always look forward to the “fall back” time change this time of year. I like to get up early, so having the sun shine when I wake up is a GREAT way to start the day. I also love the cooler weather, a warm fire and the harvest moon at night!

JFFRS Harvest Moon stamp image stamped with Versamark ink and dusted with Perfect Pearls.

My little book is a reminder to enjoy the little things.

JFFRS Acorn stamp image embossed with gold embossing powder.


Here’s a peek inside!

Do more of what makes you happy!


Challenges entered:

LTCCB #4 November Anything Goes!

Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #30 


TT 318 Thanksgiving 

Cute Card Thursday Challenge #450 Anything But a Card 

Creative Artistes Challenge #20 Anything Mixed Media

Addicted to Stamps and More Challenge 218 Holiday

PDE Linky Party #145 Anything Goes

Club Scrap Literature Blog Hop and Linky Party

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