Saturday, January 19, 2013

Sharing My Christmas Cards - Part Two

Back again with the second card design I made for the 2012 holidays.  This one also uses Stylin' Snowfolk.  I hope this set is around for many years, because I know I'm going to get a lot of use out of it.

Stampin' Up! supplies:

Stamps:  Stylin' Snowfolk (126285 wood, 126287 clear); Greetings of the Season (128030 wood, 128033 clear, 129581 clear French)
Paper:  Very Vanilla card stock (101650), Gumball Green In Color card stock (126840), Cherry Cobbler card stock (119685), Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper (126896)
Ink:  Gumball Green In Color Classic Stampin' Pad (126861), Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Pad (126966)
Tools:  1 1/4" Circle punch (119861), 1 3/8" Circle punch (119860)
Oomph:  Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

This year I was smart - to a point.  I spent a couple of nights figuring out my different card designs and cutting all the card stock for about 20 of each design.  I put the sample, card stock and other supplies for each card into a separate plastic container, so I could just grab and create.  So smart, right?  The only problem was it gave me a false sense of security, and I waited until late in the season to "grab and create"!  But I still got them all done, and it was easier because I was prepared.  This year I'll start even earlier, and I'll be sure to schedule some stampin' time early in the fall.

Until next time,


Stylin' Snowfolk stamp set

Greetings of the Season stamp set

Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper

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