I know some people get tired of seeing Christmas cards by the time Christmas rolls around, but I never tire of looking at them or making them. They are one of my favorite types of cards to make.
Earlier this week, I made this card for Mothermark's Teapot Tuesday challenge. We made cards for a fellow SCS friend, Kris, who has been having medical issues with her hands; she hasn't been able to stamp much lately. Hopefully, her surgery will soon rectify that situation.
I love this cute Charlie Brown-like tree from Stampin' Up's Holiday Happiness set. I stamped the tree in versamark and then colored with my long-neglected chalks. I made the bow using my Bow Easy. The tiny black circles down the left side of the card were made with my double circle punch out of black and adhered to the white cardstock.
My next card was made for the Free for All challenge on SCS to make a Christmas card using the following items:
1. designer paper
2. one brad
3. at least one punch
I wanted my white wide oval to lay flat, instead of on top of the cherry cobbler cardstock, so I first punched the wide oval out of white cardstock and then used that to punch the wide oval out of the cherry cobbler cardstock.
This little stocking is actually one of three on a Rubbernecker stamp. I just cut one of them out for my purposes today.
Here's wishing everyone a very Happy Holiday season and all the best in the New Year!