Saturday, September 15, 2007

Christmas Card Frenzy, 2007



I've never been together enough to do handmade Christmas cards for the bazillion people on my list, but this may be my year! I was asked to teach a Christmas card class for Relief Society (my church's women's organization), so I was challenged to come up with designs that would be fun and cute, but simple enough for a lot of people of various skill levels to put together quickly without a lot of advance preparation on my part. (What can I say -- I'm just not that together!) I went a little crazy buying stamps for this endeavor -- 2 sets from Stampin Up, one from Hero Arts, and I've seen some coming out next month that I know I'm going to NEED -- but I am always crazy buying Christmas stuff. I just get to start good and early this year! I had a blast making these. Hope you like them! The paper is from DCWV, Basic Grey, and Pebbles, Inc -- if you have a question about anything specific, just holler! Oh, and that fab fat red and white ribbon is from a big Costco spool. 50 yards for $6.99? I'm so there!

2 comments:

ScrapMomOf2 said...

WOW! You've been busy. My favorite is the one with the wide red ribbon! I love the Cuttlebug design with the simple "Circle of Friendship" stamp, and the ribbon? WOW! It's perfect! What a bargain! Geez, people get great stuff at Costco!

Boren Bunch said...

Dude . . . where's the slide show?