This is my Christmas for friends and family. We are blessed with a large family and many friends in our life. We will send out about 175 cards, so that means I need a card that comes together pretty quickly. I started with this pretty paper and added it to the gold foil card bases and much of my card was done. Easy Peasy
This card reminds of a snowy Christmas night. I love the glimmer tree against this beautiful frosted paper. I used a short cut on this card; the silver foil card bases. Sometimes you need a short cut when you have lots of cards to make in a short time.
I make my sister's Christmas cards each year. This is the card I am making her this year I think the combination of the large sentiment on the front works with that beautiful ribbon. All it needed to finish it was a strip of that pretty Joyous Noel paper. This is a card design you could recreate in a variety of papers and sentiments.
Doesn't this baby card just make you say "Ahhh"? I love the colors, the dotted embossed background and the mama and baby. Know what else there is to love? It goes together super fast. The mama and baby are cut from Designer Series Paper, no stamping, no coloring. This card delivers on the adorable factor with very little work.
I am loving the Snowflake Showcase which is available for a limited time from Stampin' Up! It is filled with snowflake thinlits, I choose 3 for this card. Balmy Blue is my favorite winter blue. This would be a great Christmas card, but it would work equally well for a winter birthday card.
One of my favorite things to put on a Christmas card is reindeer. Then when I can add plaid, I feel like my Christmas card is complete. A very different version of reindeer on plaid can be found on this blog post: http://www.scrappinwithjoni.com/blogs/reindeer-on-plaid