Christmas Cards

Here are some of the fun Christmas Cards I’ve made this year.

merry-christmas-felt-snowflakesThis fun card used the small snow flurries and some of our rub-ons.

merry-brightI love how this card turned out with the presents in the truck.  It also uses the rub-ons.

oh-christmas-treeThis card uses the fun Oh Christmas Tree from the mini catalog and our top note big shot die.

joy-snowflakeHere’s another card with our top note die and the snow flurries.  The letters are chipboard covered whisper white craft ink then embossed with white embossing powder.

 

 

 

 

white-treeI love this card.  It’s so simple and elegant.  It’s just whisper white craft ink stamped on the card stock.  I also love that it’s fast.

santa-christmas-wishesThis is a card that I made for a swap. 

christmas-tree-cardsThis is another simple card that uses our great double striped in-color ribbon.

elves-cardI just love these elves.  Here’s another card using them.

christmas-stockingI got this design from a card I made at my up-line Mindy’s the very first year I started Stampin’ Up! I love how well the long stocking works with it.

holiday-doorI think this door is just beautiful.  I loved using the aqua painter to paint it.  I actually stamped the image in chocolate chip craft ink and embossed it first so it was easier to color.

big-shot-snowflake1Here’s a fun card made with the snowflake die from the big shot.

christmas-treeHere’s another simple card I love how the second ribbon is tied around the first.  I think it really adds to the card.

season-greetings-big-shotI love this card.  I love how well the not quite navy works with the baja breeze.  I used the rub-ons for the snow flake and the words and once again I’ve used the big shot. top note die.

a-carnial-christmasI think this cardnial is just beautiful.  This is the card I made for the swap at my down-line Christmas party.

Here are some cards I’ve made at various stampin’ event’s I’ve been too.  I’m not sure who to give credit to but I think they did a great job.

santa-joy

I love how the Santa Claus is in the chipboard square on this page.  It actaually punches through so you can see him on the inside of the card.  He is also covered with Iridescent Ice embossing powder so he really sparkles.

deer-friendHere’s another one that is punched through.  This uses the deer friends hostess set.

christmas-elvesOK this is the last punched through card.  I love this one because when you open it you actually see all of the elves.

merry-cardinalThis is a fun cardinal Christmas card using the big shot scallop circle.  I think this was a swap at Brandi’s meeting.

holiday-snowmenI really love this snowman card.  We used aqua painters to color the snowman.  This was another card from the card night at Brandi’s meeting.

be-merry-snowmanHere is a cute snowman from the mini catalog.  I love that you can have him holding the string of lights. 

christmas-tree-swap

This is a beautiful card that was made by my down-line Michelle.  I loved that she used the textured card stock on it and the gold encore ink.

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