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Category Archives: Christmas
This is my Christmas edition of Blended Seasons, another August camp project. The “fancy fold” is one I’ve done many times, and it always works. This card base is 8½” x 4¼”, scored on the long side at 5½”. The large … Continue reading
Registration for the 2018 Jingle Jump (September) is nearly full! There are only 2 seats remaining for each of the two Friday sessions. Get a “jump on your jingle” with this holiday “stamp-a-stack.” Come and make 10 Christmas/holiday cards (several … Continue reading
I designed this card months ago, but it wasn’t really practical for camp. I kept it on my mag board, waiting for a winter birthday! Right now we are in a bit of a mild period, but I have no … Continue reading
I can dream, can’t I? Actually, I’d just as soon it wait until after our neighborhood party at our house tomorrow morning (and it looks like it will hold off). Sorry for the odd lighting on this picture — it … Continue reading
I just had to show you this card before 2017 Christmas is just a memory — this elf from Festive Phrases (retiring 1/2 or when supplies are depleted) is just too cute! It’s hard to see on this picture, but … Continue reading
Here’s a Christmas card I created for a swap at the end of August! I just mailed it to a friend last week, so at last I will share it with you: I love sweetening up Fresh Fig with Berry Burst, … Continue reading
Greetings, hoppers! On this second Monday of the month, the Stamp Review Crew is back with all kinds of inspiration from one stamp set: Christmas Quilt, the beautiful stamps that play with all sorts of coordinating products — see the Quilted … Continue reading
Oh, the power of three! Here is a layout that rarely fails: I’ve been finishing up some leftover Jingle Jump card kits, and this was one of them. I love the Nordic feel of this card. Except that there’s a … Continue reading