This card turned out differently than anticipated, but I like it! I got the new Evergreen stamp set a couple of months ago and paired it with a sentiment from Greetings of the Season. This is a super-easy Christmas card in somewhat unexpected colors--Certainly Celery and Gumball Green. I like how the Celery tones the Gumball down so it's not too flashy. And the white stitching in the ribbon is brought out by the crispness of the Whisper White "snow" and accented with Dazzlin' Details glitter glue.
And speaking of all that lovely ribbon we got on sale last month...
Here's another Christmas card (I know, I know, I need to put some fall stuff up for ya'll, too--but this is what is on my designing to-do list these days!) but this one uses the gorgeously elegant Christmas Blessings stamp set and everybody fave new Christmas combo, Raspberry Ripple and Gumball Green. This card is actually quite easy to make as well--just some texturizing with the new Argyle embossing folder on the Big Shot, a couple of quick stamps, a knot of ribbon with the ends tucked back around again, and a dab of Dazzlin' Details on the poinsettia centers.
Making your own Christmas cards does not have to be a huge, complicated, many-day-long process! Every year I offer multiple events to suit your schedule, like Christmas Club and my annual Christmas Card Stamp A Stack. That event is coming up on November 10th, and the six designs you can choose from will be posted by October 15th so you can sign up for the designs you like, in multiples of 10. Stay tuned for more details on that fun day!