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Category Archives: Christmas
My stampers are used to seeing not-exactly-Christmas-but-still-winter cards at our December camps. My motive is selfish: I need to gear up for the late-December and early-January birthdays, of which there are several in my circle. For those who needed it, … Continue readingPin It
I had quite a few gift card holders to make this season. For some of them, I copied an idea from Julie Davison. It’s basically a simple pocket holding a tag cut from the Two Tags Die (that bigger tag … Continue readingPin It
This is the card I send to thank people for their memorial gifts on behalf of my mother. I think its simplicity conveys peace. I was totally inspired by Penny Smiley — thank you! May God bless you and your … Continue readingPin It
I’ve had this set for a long time, just waiting to use these snow boots. The December club projects could be Christmas or winter (hence the title of the post). This is based on a card I can’t find in … Continue readingPin It
I can’t reveal any names, of course (Elf Code of Silence), but someone’s getting a pair of earrings in this gift cone! Having witnessed the construction of several dozen of these cuties this month, I can say that it looks … Continue readingPin It
Peace on earth, peace in our communities, peace in our homes, peace in our hearts. What a prayer this year. I wasn’t ready to go into the studio Monday, but my husband was right that it would help me feel … Continue readingPin It
This December camp card reminds me of the madrigal dinners held in this area during the holidays. It is rich with texture, has plenty of bling, and it’s purple! The dark Elegant Eggplant panel reminds me of smocking. It gains … Continue readingPin It
Did you learn how to kiss when you were new to stamping? No, this has nothing to do with mistletoe, even if it is the season. Simply, it’s inking up two stamps in different colors and pressing them together so … Continue readingPin It
My camp theme in December is Warm Winter Wishes — as in, projects that could be used for Christmas or beyond. Although we’ve had an unusually mild November and (so far) December, no doubt mitten weather is ahead. So this … Continue reading