Sunday, February 10, 2013

“Say it ain’t so”!?

That’s what my husband said today when I told him what I am going to do. I told him from NOW until December, I will make 1 Christmas card per week. See, he’s been telling me for years that I need to start early in the year with my cards. Well this year I am going to “challenge” myself by telling you all about it and posting my weekly Christmas card here on Sunday!  And I will also take my own advice, that if you make one card, you can make TWO because you already cut into a sheet of cardstock and have all the supplies out…

So I am proud to say, I have my first 2 Christmas cards made. Here it is:

christmas1_henry says

Even though I’ve used a current stamp set this time, I may use some retired ones in the future to give them some attention too. When I do, I will let you know so you don’t try and order that. Cards like that will still give you an idea because you can follow the layout/sketch and use your own sets. Speaking of sketch… below is the sketch I used for inspiration this week:


I challenge you all to play along with me and get your  Christmas cards inventory started too.

Supplies used:

Henry Says (in clear), Item #128093 $21.95



Itty Bitties Wood-Mount Stamp Set, Item #128939 $20.95



Designer Builder Brads, Item #129329  $6.95



Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Item #118309 $16.95
itty bitty shapes punch


1-1/4" Scallop Circle Punch, Item #127811  $15.95



Scallop Edge Border Punch, Item #119882  $15.95


Basic Rhinestones Jewel Accents, Item #119246 $4.95
basic rhinestones


Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder, Item #117335 $7.95

polka dots folder


Pool Party, Cherry Cobbler, Basic Gray, Whisper White


Black StazOn, White StazOn, Basic Black Craft ink with clear Embossing Powder (on Elephant), Cherry Cobbler, Midnight Muse. Markers in Raspberry Ripple, Pool Party, More Mustard

I hope you enjoy getting an early start on Christmas inspirations…

1 comment:

  1. I might find this hard to do. Will try at least 2 per month


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