Christmas Cards

Okay, I'm sneaking in with another Christmas Card parade feature!  These are the cards I made as last minute cards when I needed to make a stack of them quickly!

To remind you of my Christmas card parade so far and the stamp sets I used:
Day One featured - Color Me Christmas
Day Two featured - Evergreen and embossing
Day Three featured - Santa's List 
Day Five featured - Lovely as a Tree

A Christmas card using the Sunburst technique. This card uses Sahara Sand CS as the base, a Night of Navy card matt and the Sunburst technique features red and Very Vanilla.

 I've tied off the card with Cherry Cobbler seam binding ribbon and added a little Christmas tag using circle punches and the little scallop circle punch.  I used the Mixed Medley stamp set for the little tag.  It's so cute!

A few more cards using the Color Me stamp set, Seasons of Style DSP and die-cutting.

 For the next series of cards I've used the Circles Thinlet dies.  These dies are super cool and cut/score your card so that it folds with the circle popping out!

 I've used the Wonderful Blessing stamp from the Holiday Single Stamps range which has been stamped and embossed in gold.  So pretty.

 I've used the Seasons of Style DSP paper stack again (it's been a great set for me this Christmas) to add interest to the card. 

 This card uses Chocolate Chip as the card base, with both sides using Seasons of Style.
 This card uses Old Olive CS as the card base with a layer of Seasons of Style DSP.
 The following three cards were made for my friends at work.  I had spare stamped little guys from the Color Me Christmas set.  I added some glitz, adhered them to little tags cut out with a tag punch and embossed with the Swiss Dots embossing folder.  Of course all tags need a little string too, bakers twine is perfect.

I've added a layer of Cherry Cobbler embossed with the Stripes Embossing Folder and added a strip of the Season of Style DSP.  Cute.

 Add a Christmas greeting, some bling and the card is made.  These cards have had their sentiments sponged with silver metallic ink.  Done!

So, that's it for my Christmas cards I think.  I made so many that I often forget to take photos.  I also forget to whom gets which card, but I know all my friends and family will get a handmade card by me.

Enjoy and Merry Christmas.

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