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Category Archives: Jingle Jump
This is a classic Burgin Christmas card using the Hello Friend wreath embossed in silver. It was a favorite at the September Jingle Jump. Instead of poky embellishments, I punched out circles from Red Glimmer Paper. I used the retired … Continue reading
Registration for the 2017 Jingle Jump (October) is at the bottom of this page — keep reading! Please note that these projects are different from those made in September. Is this the year you’ll send out handmade holiday greetings? Then … Continue reading
I had such a good time at the Jingle Jump this weekend, and I think the stampers did, too! My goal is 10-minute cards, but I’m not sure I always succeed at that. This one qualifies, though — especially since … Continue reading
Yesterday I realized too late that I had not packed extra water for an afternoon excursion. I told Peter I’d have to remember next time, and he said, “Make a note in your head, Gramma!” I guess that’s a mental … Continue reading
Registration for the 2017 Jingle Jump (September) is at the bottom of this page — keep reading! Please note that the projects for October’s Jingle Jump (10/20-21) will be entirely different. Is this the year you’ll send out handmade holiday … Continue reading
Another busy and fun Jingle Jump is in the books! We made 250 cards over three sessions, accompanied by Jim Brickman, Mannheim Steamroller, and a string of colored lights stretched across the studio. This card was inspired by the card on page 27 … Continue reading
As I ramp up the prep for the October edition of Jingle Jump, I need to make sure to share this card from September’s JJ. (Yes! All new cards October 21-22!) This card could be easily made more elaborate, but the … Continue reading
This was one of my favorite cards from last month’s Jingle Jump. It’s so bold and almost reminds me of the graphics on a can of pop. Do you get that advertising vibe, too? The Merry Medley background stamp makes a great chalkboard look; … Continue reading