Matt and I are sitting in a very sparse airport this am! We are heading to snowy New Hampshire today to spend time with family. (yes, I’m wearing my parka and boots! ) I’m smiling as I look through the beautiful cards that arrived this week! I thought you’d like to see some and might inspire you to work on next year’s cards, too….
(I’m giving only first names because some are from customers)
Marsha (L) I love the layered label with the designer paper
Connie (R) I really like the Smokey Slate and blue together – I wouldn’t have thought of that and love that it’s different.
A really fun fold by Betsy! I’ll have to try this new ‘twist’!
Claire always goes over the top on her cards and this one is pretty special! The camera cannot do it justice but in person it’s super sparkly.
Janis (L) used gold embossing for her pretty card, layered on foil paper.
Stephanie (R) has the perfect balance and love the cherry banner!
Jennifer (L) used my favorite Woodland embossing folder and the red birds are sweet!
Pat used some metal leafing over an embossed image which looks elegant
Linda Callahan (L) added the sweetest, little wooden trees
Helen (r) I love the tag layout on the card
Janet (L) cut a metal foil deer and I really like that one tree is DSP
Ginger (R) Pretty glimmer paper under a silver foil ornament!
Trish (L) used our Stitched with Cheer Kit – looks great!
Brian (R) stepped up a classic layout by adding the Emerald Envy striped DSP behind the main image!
Pam (L) added some strips of glimmer and DSP and I really love the card!
Jackie (R) used my favorite Merry Mice and I can’t imagine how it long it took to color all her cards this year but they came out adorable!
Deb sent me a beautiful layered frame card in Navy and Silver. She sent it in a padded envelope so it would stay looking nice. So pretty!
Whatever you are doing today or how you are celebrating the season, find some time to stamp a little and enjoy friends and family!
Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas to you and Matt.Sent from my Veriz
Gorgeous cards. Would love to know how to do the folded one by Betsy.