It’s Karen here. I love everything Christmas and love sending out lots and lots of Christmas cards. Today’s post features one I made for a special friend using the Winter Bears Clear Stamps and the coordinating dies along with some 12 x 12 Unconventional Christmas paper.
It’s Karen here. Christmas is a bit more than five weeks away now. Crazy how fast it’s going to be here…..and there’s even less time to get those fun holiday cards out. Today I hope to inspire you with this easy and fun card made with the Santa Claus die set, some Silk Microfine Glitter, and shapes die cut from paper in the It’s Christmas Time collection.
it’s Tanja here and I would like to show you how to create this Watercolor Christmas Poinsettia Card.
Hello Crafty Friends, I hope you are well. Marilyn here and the project I want to show you today is a versatile one that can be used as Christmas gift tags, as place cards for Christmas dinner, and when finished as a tag/place card you can remove the sentiment and use the glittery poinsettias as tree ornaments. It’s quite simple to create!
Hi Everyone! It’s Karen here. I’m absolutely loving the holiday release from Joset Designs! There are some adorable characters that make great Christmas cards. Like the ADORABLE penguin I used in today’s card.
It’s Tanja here and I would like to show you how to create this sweet penguin shaker card.
Hello friends and welcome, it’s Sandy here with a fun project for you today. Although it is hotter than blue blazes here in Arizona I have been thinking about the holiday season. With all the great new dies from Joset’s recent release I just couldn’t stop thinking about Christmas and some cool snow flakes. If you like to incorporate photos in your cards for the holidays I have just the thing for you and would you believe it folds down flat for mailing?
It’s Tanja here and today I would like to show you how to create this cute Peek-a-Boo Card:
It’s Sandy Diller here with you to share a fun little project and greeting for a special friend. The best thing about this card is that once it’s opened, it will stand up on its own for display.
It’s Tanja here and I would like to show you how to create this tropical flower shaker card.