Christmas Card Bonanza

Christmas card time is here!  I love creating handcrafted Christmas cards to send to friends and family. Over the past two weekends (and one weekday in between), I created these Christmas cards.

I designed, cut, stamped and assembled them and my amazing, helpful husband, operated the Big Shot. He handled all of the diecutting and dry embossing on the Big Shot. (I think he secretly enjoyed it!).

Sending a handmade Christmas card is a special way to bless someone.  I wrote about it on my other site, Woman of Noble Character. You can find that post HERE.

85 Christmas cards ready to be written and sent!

They really didn’t take that long to create.  I spent most of the time designing them, but putting them together was quick and easy. I do it production line style.  Cut everything then lay them out and assemble them.  (Click on the link to see the product used if you’d like to learn more or get your own)

Here’s the designs we created (about 10-12 of each design).

Christmas Cards Stampin Up

Using Night in Bethlehem Stampin Up Set and Bethlehem Edgelits Die Cut Set 

Using Making Christmas Bright and Making Everyday Bright Stampin Up Stamp Sets with the Christmas Bulb Builder Punch

Using Signs of Santa Stampin Up Set and Santa’s Signpost Framelit Dies

 

Using Stampin’ Up! Christmas Pines Set, Stitched Shapes Thinlit Set and Leaf Punch

 

Using Stampin’ Up, Dashing Deer stamp set and Detailed Deer Thinlit dies.

 

Do you still send Christmas cards?  If so, do you hand create them?  I’d love to see your cards.

If not, would you like to learn how?

Comment below and let me know if you make your own cards or if you’d like to learn how to make them.

Very soon, I’ll be announcing new online classes to help you up your card making game.

I can’t wait to hear from you!

(Want to get twelve cards from ONE sheet of patterned paper? Check out this post!)

Rubber hugs and inky fingers, 

Sue

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