Thursday, November 29, 2012

Get Bundled Up and Be on Your Way!

On the heels of an AMAZING promotion like our just finished Online Extravaganza, what could Stampin' UP! do to get everyone excited about the holidays?

Why...offer another promotion of course!!! Check this out:


From now until January 2nd, you can order one or both of these adorable bundles that will you have you completing your homemade gift giving in NO time!

Contact me today to order yours! No stamping required!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Doin' it Digi for the Paper Craft Crew

I'm in the home stretch of classes for the busy Holiday season and hope to get back to some regular stamping and posting VERY soon! Just bear with me a little bit longer...

Today's card is a digital card created using My Digital Studio. Do YOU have My Digital Studio yet? If not, TODAY is the last day to get the FULL MDS2+ with over $500 worth of content and over 75 new features for just $49.98 which is fully 50% off!! This is a GREAT deal, but today is the last day to get it at this price. Tomorrow, it goes back up to $99.95.

Here's my card:


I started off with some Crumb Cake and added Cherry Cobbler. I like the way this two-toned card turned out.

You can check out what the rest of the crew created here and play along with the challenge too.


What do you think?

TOOLS: MDS

Happy MDSin'!

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Naughty? Or Nice?

It matters not! Stampin' UP! has a freebie for you!!!


Just go to my store HERE and you can "purchase" this download. You're not really purchasing it of course, because it's FREE, but you do need to go to my online store.

While you're there, why not do some shopping for the Online Extravaganza? Tomorrow (Nov. 28th) is the LAST day!

Happy Stampin'!

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Inspiration Challenge for the Divas

Good morning Divas! It's time for an inspiration challenge!

Since it's Thanksgiving in the US, our inspiration piece is appropriately a cornucopia:


I knew JUST what I wanted to do when I saw it, so I took out my Cherish Friendship set and stamped this:


I stamped the image in Basic Grey and then coloured the images using my blender pen. I had fun designing what I *thought* was a farm style table, but my hubby says it looks like a floor. Oh well! LOL!

Busy day today, so this is a short post, but please let me know what you think!

STAMPS: Cherish Friendship, Confetti (background)
INK: Crumb Cake, Basic Grey, Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke
PAPERS: Whisper White, Soft Suede, Crumbcake
ACCESSORIES: Blender Pens

Happy Stampin'!

Monday, November 19, 2012

For the Office

Every year (at least as far back as I can remember - when you make cards, it's all a blur!) I make the cards for hubby to give to his co-workers at Christmas. There is only ONE stipulation - they can't say Merry Christmas. One of his co-workers celebrated Hanukah and not Christmas. I am happy to accommodate...especially with all the AMAZING stamps Stampin' UP! sells.

Here is this year's offering:


It's not a lot of cards (just 12), so I am happy to let hubby place his "custom" order - LOL! Of course, his "custom" order is "whatever you think is best babe".

This year, I decided to go with blue and silver instead of the traditional red and green and I just LOVE the way they turned out!!

I used the Designer Series Paper from the Festival of Prints packs in Island Indigo and the Silver Glimmer Paper. The DSP was run through the Big Shot (which, by the way, is on sale TODAY ONLY if you're reading this on Monday, November 19th!) It SAYS $122.95, but when you key it in or add it to your cart, you'll see it's just $98.36!

The sentiment was stamped in Island Indigo and I added the piece of glimmer paper underneath it.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Greetings of the Season
INK: Island Indigo
PAPERS: Very Vanilla and Crumb Cake Cardstock; Festival of Prints of DSP; Silver Glimmer Paper
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Tasteful Trim Die, Glue Dots

Happy Stampin'!

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Craft Fair!

Here's a quick pic of my table at today's craft fair at the Etobicoke
School of the Arts. Did YOU come see me today?

Friday, November 16, 2012

Get ready for something HUGE!!

Monday is the day it happens, but I just wanted to give you a heads up! You are NOT going to want to miss out on this!


Stampin' UP has announced an Online Extravaganza (though if you'd prefer, you can still contact me to place your order - you still get the same GREAT deals!).

On Monday you'll be able to get:
  1. The Simply Scored Diagonal Plate for $12.76
  2. The BIG SHOT for $98.36
  3. The BIG SHOT Doctor Bag for $75.16
in ADDITION to all the other awesome things Stampin' UP! is offering at up to 50% off! There are accessories, paper and STAMPS available in this special offer! You can check out the sales flyer HERE.

So, I'm asking you to PLEASE not place any online orders until Monday. If you'd like to email me with your selections, I'd be happy to hold your order and place it on Monday.

The order that I will be placing will be EXPEDITED. Since I expect the shipping department to be BUSY, it may take an additional day or two for your orders to arrive and be ready for pick up (if you're local). I fully expect to have everything ready to go by Friday, November 23rd.

If you're ordering online on your own on Monday, you may choose to have the order shipped directly to you.

If you have any questions at all, I am more than happy to help you. Either email me directly or leave a comment here on the blog. I'll answer your questions ASAP.

Have a WONDERFUL day and Happy Stampin'!


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

I've had some reader ask, so I should share where I'll be this coming Saturday!

Please join me at the Etobicoke School of the Arts, just north of the Queensway, on Royal York Road in Etobicoke. You WON'T be disappointed!



Monday, November 12, 2012

Taking a break

Good morning friends!

I just wanted to pop in and let you know that I'll be taking a bit of a break from blogging this week.

I'm prepping for a craft fair on Saturday, November 17th and that will be taking up most of my time.

Please come back NEXT week when I'll be posting some of my creations from the show!

Happy Stampin'!

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Artistic Etchings...in PINK!!!

Happy Saturday peeps! It's Divas Sketch Challenge day! I've been working on a MOST adorable project (not quite done yet, but stay tuned!) and it used Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink and Rose Red. Since I had them out...



I started off chopping up the little squares for the Designer Series Paper panel. They're just 7/8" square! They were matted on a piece of Rose Red Cardstock and then on a piece of Whisper White Cardstock.

The Eiffel Tower was stamped on Whisper White in Rose Red and fussy cut. The sentiment was also stamped on Whisper White in Rose Red and flagged before being adhered to the card using Stampin' Dimensionals.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Artistic Etchings, Loving Thoughts
INK: Rose Red
PAPERS: Whisper White, Rose Red and Crumb Cake Cardstock; Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink and Rose Red DSP
ACCESSORIES: Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!


P.S. You're probably wondering who won the Paper Craft Crew Blog Candy from last week...I used a random generator and the winner is *drum roll please*

Loving the cherry cobbler and your coloring is so perfect!

Melissa, please send me your snail mail addy and I'll get this off to you!!!


Friday, November 9, 2012

Blue Christmas - My WAY!

Today's My WAY card is a Christmas card that was created from a card I received in my inbox a couple weeks ago. I loved the idea of using Midnight Muse and Crumb Cake and knew JUST what I wanted to do.

Check it out:


I started off with the Crumb Cake base and then added a layer of Midnight Muse on which I used my Whisper White Craft Ink to sponge around the edges.

The next step was to stamp the Merry & Type image onto the Crumb Cake Cardstock. It was also sponged with Whisper White Craft Ink and then matted onto a piece of Midnight Muse Cardstock which received the same sponging treatment.

The final step was the sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes and a Basic Pearl.

This card will be featured in one of my upcoming Christmas Stamp Camps. Have YOU signed up??

What do you think?

STAMPS: Merry & Type, Teeny Tiny Wishes
INKS: Midnight Muse Classic Ink and Whisper White Craft Ink
PAPERS: Crumb Cake and Midnight Muse Cardstock; Midnight Muse DSP
ACCESSORIES: Sponges, Basic Pearls

Happy Stampin'!

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Better late than never!!

Thursday is normally Diva day, but I've been feeling under the weather the past few days and haven't been up to creating snuff (YES! Lindsay Bickford! I KNOW I need to slow down!). *grin*

Over this past weekend, however, my hubby asked me to create a card for a co-worker's baby shower (which is today). "And make it big", he said. "Lots of people have to sign it".

So here it is, a big card:


I started off with a full sheet of bashful blue and used a gate fold on it. I added the Bashful Blue Designer Paper from the DSP Stack and then went to town watercolouring the Two by Two image after stamping it on watercolour paper.

The image was then trimmed and matted on layers of Bashful Blue and Marina Mist (a Dynamic Duo - just check the Colour Coach).

The inside needed LOTS of writing space:


So that's what they got! I added some more Bashful Blue DSP and three Whisper White Panels (with doodling of course!) for all of Kim's co-workers to write in their well wishes.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Two by Two
INK: Black Staz-ON
PAPERS: Whisper White, Bashful Blue and Marina Mist Cardstock; Bashful Blue DSP, Watercolour Paper
ACCESSORIES: Watercolour Crayons, Aqua Painters, Marina Mist Marker

Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Just for You for the Paper Craft Crew

Happy Wednesday! Today's card for the Paper Craft Crew features Midnight Muse and one of my favourite paper from the Catalogue this year, Comfort Cafe. The colours and the patterns are SO pretty!


I started off with the Midnight Muse base and added a layer of Very Vanilla. From there, I punched a piece of the Midnight Muse DSP with my scallop punch and added it to the front. I flagged two pieces of Designer Series Paper and then stamped one with Cajun Craze using the "Just for You" sentiment from Tea Shoppe.

The little paper flags were added to the card front and then I adhered the fussy-cut teacup using Stampin' Dimensionals.

Here's the sketch on which the card was based:


You can check out what the rest of the crew did HERE.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Tea Shoppe
INK: Midnight Muse, Cajun Craze
PAPERS: Very Vanilla and Midnight Muse Cardstock; Comfort Cafe DSP
ACCESSORIES: Punches, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin!

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Showing off for the Divas

When I saw today's colour challenge, I thought bright, show off...then I thought Peacock! And then I knew just what I wanted to do!

Check it out:


I started by stamping the peacock from World Treasures in Calypso Coral onto a piece of Very Vanilla. Then I did the same thing with Tempting Turquoise and Midnight Muse. Those colours were cut out and adhered over the Calypso Coral Peacock using Stampin' Dimensionals.

The sentiment was also stamped using Midnight Muse and hand cut before being adhered to the front of the card.

You can check out what the other Divas created HERE.

What do you think?

STAMPS: World Treasures
INK: Calypso Coral, Midnight Muse, Tempting Turquoise
PAPERS: Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake and Midnight Muse Cardstock
ACCESSORIES: Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Monday, November 5, 2012

There's a new trimmer in town!

I've had the opportunity to play with the new trimmer over the past couple of weeks as Demonstrators were afforded an early ordering opportunity. You DEFINITELY want to add this tool to your stamping table!



Features of the All-New Stampin' Trimmer
  • An extra-wide 6-1/4" cutting base and an extended 14-1/2" ruler
    • The extra-wide cutting base provides a large work area and is marked in 1/4" (4 mm) increments, allowing for small measurements. 
    • The right-side grid helps you measure and cut very thin strips.
    • The extended cutting arm has a stabilizing leg to provide a sturdy and steady cutting surface for longer cuts. 
    • When fully extended, the extended cutting arm sits flush with the trimmer base, providing more accurate and consistent measurements across the entire surface.
    • The cutting base and track include a full ruler, incorporating measurements down to 1/16" and grid lines that mark each quarter inch. 
    • All rulers and measurements on the base are printed under a plastic cover so your measurements won't wear off.
    • The base has nonskid feet, which keeps the Stampin' Trimmer securely in place on your work area.
  • A full 12" cutting and scoring track
    • The extra-long cutting track has space at the top and bottom so you don't have to take the cutting and scoring blades out when you're not using them. 
    • The track gives you enough space to cut or score a full 12" (30.5 cm) without having to remove or switch out handles. 
    • The cutting track locks in place for secure storage or transport. 
    • The track includes an insertion point for cutting and scoring blade handles so you can easily insert handles into the cutting track.
  • Specially designed handles and cutting track to ensure straight cuts
    • The hook on the scoring and cutting blade handles keeps the handles stable so the cuts are as straight as possible.
    • Handles come in two colors: dark for cutting, light for scoring. 
    • The precision tip on the cutting blade allows you to pinpoint precisely where you're cutting.
    • The point on the side of each handle shows you where the blade will cut, making it easy to see exactly where your cuts and scores will begin.
  • Storage compartment under base
    • The storage compartment holds scoring and cutting tools such as a Bone Folder, Simply Scored Stylus, extra scoring and cutting blades, and even business cards. 
    • Separate compartments within the storage compartment keep your tools organized, and the clear cover makes it easy to see what you've stored.
  • Product details: item 126889; $41.95

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Above and Beyond for the Crew!

October was an INSANELY busy month and my Crew Creations came down to the wire!

My hubby was away a couple of weeks ago for business and he forgot to call me at breakfast like he said he would. I was feeling pretty unimportant and started getting upset/angry about the whole thing, so in order to turn my mood around, I decided to make him a card to remind myself of just how awesome he really is. Sometimes...he just doesn't plan very well and ends up having to rush around in order to get ready on time...he tries his best.

So, here's his card:


He works SO hard and goes above and beyond doing everything he does so that I can stay home and stamp...oh, and raise the kids...yeah...that too. *grin*.

I started off with the colours in the Festival of Prints pack since that was our DSP focus for November. I have the pack of paper, but didn't want to go "Christmas", so just used the colours.

I stamped the larger images first and then the smaller ones, ending with the clock which was stamped using the stamp-a-majig and Early Espresso Ink. Trust me when I tell, there really is NO other way to get it lined up. REALLY.
  • Here's a Stamp-a-majig tip for you: When you have a set you know you're going to use A LOT (or exclusively) with the Stamp-a-majig, order it in WOOD (trust me!) and stamp the images onto a window sheet using Staz-ON. Keep the window sheet with the stamp set and it'll always be ready to go! You can't do this with a clear set unless you're planning on permanently adhering the image to the block, because otherwise, it'll ALWAYS be in a different spot.
The sentiment was also stamped using Early Espresso. And of course, there's mush on the inside, but you don't get to see that. :)

What do you think?

STAMPS: Clockworks, One in a Million
INK: Early Espresso, Lucky Limeade, Island Indigo, Crumb Cake
PAPERS: Very Vanilla and Early Espresso Cardstock
ACCESSORIES: Stamp-a-majig

Happy Stampin'!

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Thinking of You for the Divas

Oh how I struggled with this sketch today! My creative brain sort of comes and goes...at the moment, it's GONE! I ended up flipping the sketch and CASEing the lovely and talented Cindy Hall. Check it out:


When you see the sketch, you'll see what I mean about totally flipping it - LOL!

I started off with a Real Red base and embossed the layer of Whisper White before adding it to the card. The strip of Designer Series Paper on the right is Garden Green.

I stamped the ornament from Ornament Keepsakes in Real Red and cut it out. Yes, I have the dies, but I was being lazy - LOL!

The greeting from Beautiful Season and the stitched grosgrain ribbon are the finishing touches.

Here's the sketch (see? TOTALLY flipped!):


And you can check out what the other Divas have been up to HERE.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Ornament Keepsakes, Beautiful Season
INK: Garden Green, Real Red
PAPERS: Whisper White and Real Red Cardstock; Garden Green DSP
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Embossing Folder, Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Glue Dots

Happy Stampin'!

Friday, November 2, 2012

Reasons to Stamp - MY WAY (courtesy of Jane Hignite)

NOVEMBER
 
MONTH-LONG OBSERVANCES
Adopt a Senior Pet Month
Alzheimer’s Awareness Month
Apple Month
Aviation History Month
Banana Pudding Lovers Month
Child Safety and Protection Month
Christmas Seals Month
COPD Awareness Month
Diabetic Eye Disease Month
Epilepsy Awareness Month
Family Stories Month
Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month
Good Nutrition Month
Great American SmokeOut
Greens and Plantains Month
Historic Bridge Awareness Month
I am So Thankful Month
International Drum Month
Latin American Month
Lung Cancer Awareness Month
MADD’s Tie One On for Safety Holiday Campaign
Military Family Appreciation Month
National Adoption Month
National AIDS Awareness Month
National Alzheimer’s Disease Month
National Diabetes Month
National Epilepsy Month
National Family Caregivers Month
National Georgia Pecan Month
National Healthy Skin Month
National Home Care and Hospice Month
National Impotency Month
National Inspirational Role Models Month
National Life Writing Month
National Long-Term Care Awareness Month
National Marrow Awareness Month
National Model Railroad Month
National Native American Heritage Month
National Novel Writing Month
National Peanut Butter Lover's Month
National Pet Cancer Awareness Month
National Pomegranate Month
National Roasting Month
National Scholarship Month
National Sleep Comfort Month
National Stomach Cancer Awareness Month
Native American Heritage Month
NoSHAVEmber
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Plum and Pomegranate Month
Prematurity Awareness Month
PTA Healthy Lifestyles Month
Real Jewelry Month
Spinach and Squash Month
Sweet Potato Month
TMJ Awareness Month
Vegan Month
 
WEEK-LONG OBSERVANCES
First Week
Chemistry Week
Diabetes Education Week
Intimate Apparel Week
National Allied Health Week
National Fig Week
National Patient Accessibility Week
Sherlock Holmes Weekend
World Communication Week
 
Second Week
Dear Santa Letter Week
Drowsy Driving Prevention Week
Give Wildlife a Brake! Week
Health Information and Technology Week
International Fraud Awareness Week
Kid’s Goal-Setting Week
National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week
National Children's Book Week
National Drug Facts Week
National Nurse Practitioner Week
National Radiation Tech Week
Operating Room Nurse Week
Pursuit of Happiness Week
 
Third Week
American Education Week
Geography Awareness Week
Lung Cancer Awareness Week
National Farm-City Week
National Global Entrepreneurship Week
National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week
National Young Readers Week
World Kindness Week
 
Fourth Week
National Adoption Week
National Better Conversation Week
National Bible Week
National Deal Week
National Family Week
National Game and Puzzle Week
National Teens Don’t Text and Drive Week
 
Fifth Week
Travelers with Disabilities Awareness Week
 
 
November 1st
Aishwarya Rai’s Birthday (1973)
All Saint's Day
Book Lover's Day
Give Up Your “Shoulds” Day
Lyle Lovett's Birthday (1957)
National Author's Day
National Family Literacy Day
National Go Cook for Your Pets Day
Nutty Pecan Day
Prime Meridian Day
Stephen Crane’s Birthday (1871)
Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day
Zero Tasking Day
 
November 2nd
All Soul’s Day
Cookie Monster Day
Daniel Boone's Birthday (1734)
Digital Scrapbooking Day
ELECTION DAY
Flight of the Spruce Goose (1947)
Look for Circles Day
Marie Antoinette’s Birthday (1755)
National Deviled Egg Day
Piggy Bank Day
Plan Your Epitaph Day
Pumpkin Chucking Days
Traffic Director’s Day
 
November 3rd
Bean Day
Cliché Day
Dennis Miller’s Birthday (1953)
Housewife's Day
International Gaming Day
International Tongue Twister Day
Ken Berry's Birthday (1933)
Sadie Hawkins Day
Sandwich Day
 
November 4th
Daylight Savings Time Ends
Laura Bush’s Birthday (1946)
King Tut Day
Mischief Night
National Candy Day
National Chicken Lady Day
National Men Make Dinner Day
Sterling North's Birthday (1906)
Use Your Common Sense Day
Waiting for Barbarians Day
Will Roger's Birthday (1879)
Yanni’s Birthday (1954)
Zero Tasking Day
 
November 5th
Art Garfunkel’s Birthday (1941)
Gun Powder Day
Guy Fawkes Day
Job Action Day
National Donut Day
Roy Rogers’ Birthday (1911)
Sam Shepard’s Birthday (1943)
Vivian Leigh's Birthday (1913)
 
November 6th
Basketball Day
Charles Dow’s Birthday (1851)
Election Day
Guiness World Records Day
John Phillip Sousa's Birthday (1854)
I Love Nachos Day
Marooned without a Compass Day
Ray Conniff’s Birthday (1916)
Sally Field’s Birthday (1946)
Saxophone Day
 
November 7th
Albert Camus' Birthday (1913)
Fala Day
Hug-a-Bear Day
International Tongue Twister Day
Joni Mitchell's Birthday (1943)
Magazine Day
Marie Curie's Birthday (1867)
National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
Republican Elephant Day
 
November 8th
Abet and Aid Punsters Day
Bonnie Raitt's Birthday (1949)
Bram Stoker's Birthday (1847)
Cook Something Bold and Pungent Day
Dunce Day
Edmund Halley’s Birthday (1656)
Election Day
Harvey Wallbanger Day
Kazuo Ishiguro’s Birthday (1954)
Kristallnacht
Margaret Mitchell's Birthday (1900)
National Ample Time Day
National Parents as Teachers Day
Parker Posey's Birthday (1968)
X-Ray Day
 
November 9th
Carl Sagan's Birthday (1934)
Chaos Never Dies Day
Domino Day
Mary Travers’ Birthday (1936)
Neon Sign Day
Parade Day
 
November 10th
Area Code Day
Claude Rains’ Birthday (1889)
Forget Me Not Day
Gingerbread House Day
Josh Peck’s Birthday (1986)
Martin Luther’s Birthday (1483)
National Day of Play
Sesame Street Debuted in 1969
Tim Rice’s Birthday (1944)
Toothpaste Day
U.S. Marine Corps Established in 1775
Windows Day (Microsoft)
 
November 11th
Air Day
Death/Duty Day
Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s Birthday (1821)
George Patton’s Birthday (1885)
God Bless America first performed in 1938
Kurt Vonnegut's Birthday (1922)
Origami Day
Remembrance Day
World Kindness Day
 
November 12th
Anne Hathaway’s Birthday (1982)
Auguste Rodin's Birthday (1840)
Chicken Soup for the Soul Day
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Day
Grace Kelly’s Birthday (1929)
Nadia Comaneci’s Birthday (1961)
National Pizza With the Works But No Anchovies Day
Veteran’s Day
World Orphans Day
 
November 13th
Chris Noth’s Birthday (1954)
Garry Marshall’s Birthday (1934)
International Tongue Twister Day
Mom's and Dad's Day
National Indian Pudding Day
National Young Reader’s Day
Robert Louis Stevenson’s Birthday (1850)
 
November 14th
Aaron Copeland’s Birthday (1900)
Claude Monet’s Birthday (1840)
Condoleeza Rice's Birthday (1954)
Brian Keith's Birthday (1921)
Loosen Up, Lighten Up Day
National Educational Support Professionals Day
National Girls Day
National Teddy Bear Day
Operating Room Nurse Day
Prince Charles' Birthday (1948)
Spicy Guacamole Day
William Steig's Birthday (1907)
World Diabetes Day
 
November 15th
America Recycles Day
Ed Asner’s Birthday (1929)
Georgia O'Keefe's Birthday (1887)
Great American Smokeout
Guiness World Record Day
I Love to Write Day
National Bundt Pan Day
National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day
National Philanthropy Day
Pack Your Mom Lunch Day
Robert Cavalli's Birthday (1940)
Use Less Stuff Day
 
November 16th
Button Day
Have a Party with your Bear Day
International Day for Tolerance
Prematurity Awareness Day
 
November 17th
Electronic Greeting Card Day
Homemade Bread Day
Lee Strasberg's Birthday (1901)
Martin Scorcese’s Birthday (1942)
National Adoption Day
National Family Volunteer Day
National Survivors of Suicide Day
National Unfriend Day
Rock Hudson’s Birthday (1925)
Take A Hike Day
World Peace Day
 
November 18th
Christian Siriano's Birthday (1985)
International Men’s Day
Margaret Atwood's Birthday (1939)
Mickey Mouse Day
Occult Day
Owen Wilson’s Birthday (1968)
Push-Button Phone Day
William Gilbert’s Birthday (1836)
William Tell Day
World COPD Day
 
November 19th
Calvin Klein's Birthday (1942)
Equal Opportunity Day
Have a Bad Day Day
Gettysburg Address Delivered by President Lincoln in 1863
Indira Gandhi's Birthday (1911)
Meg Ryan's Birthday (1961)
Pencil Day
Play Monopoly Day
Pop Tarts created in 1965
Rocco DiSpirito’s Birthday (1956)
Rocky and Bullwinkle Day
Tommy Dorsey’s Birthday (1905)
World Toilet Day
 
November 20th
Absurdity Day
Beautiful Day
Cat Days
Children’s Day
Edwin Hubble’s Birthday (1889)
Mexican Revolution Day
Name Your PC Day
National Peanut Butter Fudge Day
Richard Dawson’s Birthday (1932)
Time Card Clock Invented in 1888
Traffic Light Day
Universal Children’s Day
World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
 
November 21st
Beaver Moon
Dave Hignite’s (My Husband) Birthday (1961)
False Confession Day
GIS Day
Harold Ramis’ Birthday (1944)
Marlo Thomas' Birthday (1943)
Pumpkin Pie Day
Tie One On Day
Voltaire's Birthday (1694)
World Hello Day
World Television Day
 
November 22nd
Abigail Adams’ Birthday (1744)
Go for a Ride Day
Hoagy Carmichael’s Birthday (1899)
Humane Society Anniversary Day
Jamie Lee Curtis’ Birthday (1958)
Start Your Own Country Day
Stop the Violence Day
Thanksgiving
Turkey-Free Thanksgiving Day
 
November 23rd
Black Friday
Boris Karloff's Birthday (1887)
Bruce Hornsby's Birthday (1954)
Buy Nothing Day
Dr. Who Day
Eat a Cranberry Day
Flossing Day
Maize Day
National American Heritage Day
National Cashew Day
Rick Bayless’ Birthday (1953)
Sinkie Day
 
November 24th
Arundhati Roy's Birthday (1961)
Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day
Dale Carnegie’s Birthday (1888)
Frances Hodgson Burnett's Birthday (1849)
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec's Birthday (1864)
Scott Joplin’s Birthday (1868)
Small Business Saturday
Use Even if the Seal is Broken Day
 
November 25th
Amy Grant's Birthday (1960)
Blasé Day
International Aura Awareness Day
Marc Brown's Birthday (1946)
National Parfait Day
You're Welcome Day
 
November 26th
Charles Schulz's Birthday (1922)
College Fraternity Day
John Harvard’s Birthday (1607)
MY BIRTHDAY!!!!
Natasha Bedingfield’s Birthday (1981)
National Cake Day
 
November 27th
Buffalo Bob Smith's Birthday (1917)
Jimi Hendrix's Birthday (1942)
Manalo Blahnik's Birthday (1942)
National Day of Listening
Pie in the Face Day
Pins and Needles Day
 
November 28th
Cyber Monday
Ed Harris’ Birthday (1950)
John Bunyan’s Birthday (1628)
John Galliano's Birthday (1960)
Jon Stewart’s Birthday (1962)
Make Your Own Head Day
Polaroid Camera Day
Red Planet Day
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Day
William Blake's Birthday (1757)
 
November 29th
Busby Berkeley’s Birthday (1895)
C S Lewis' Birthday (1898)
Chuck Mangione's Birthday (1940)
Electronic Greetings Day
Garry Shandling's Birthday (1949)
Louisa May Alcott’s Birthday (1832)
Square Dance Day
 
November 30th
Ben Stiller's Birthday (1965)
Computer Security Day
David Mamet’s Birthday (1947)
Dick Clark's Birthday (1929)
Jonathan Swift's Birthday (1667)
Lucy Maud Montgomery's Birthday (1874)
Mark Twain's Birthday (1835)
National Meth Awareness Day
Sacher Torte Day (also in December)
Sir Winston Churchill's Birthday (1874)
Stay At Home Because You're Well Day