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Friday, November 21, 2008

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas

Here are the samplings of Christmas cards I came up with. Simple and easy to put together. Just my style when it comes to mass quantities!

Here's Card #1: O Christmas Tree

I saw this card done white on white as well and it was exquisit! Really an elegant card. The tree is a Cuttlebug embossing folder.

I used a clear glitte glue to add a little ornamentation to the tree. This picture just doesn't do it justice. You can add any sort of brads, colored glittered glue, etc you would like to ornament your tree.

The inside: "CHRISTMAS"

Here's card #2: "Joy"
White ornament came from Joys of the Season (JOTS) cart.  I also used a Martha Stewart border punch along the edge and Cuttlebug embossing folders.

My Cricut died on me this week and they are sending me a new one. So, the inside of this card can have a "Merry Christmas" in white cardstock that matches the font of the "joy" on the front.

Okay, here is the last card:

Card #3 Mr. Snowman

The inside: Seasons Greetings


  1. Wow, those are all really cute, I wish I had a talent to make those, and your bows are adorable, I hope one day to have a girl so I can buy some from you!

  2. Those cards are really cute! Our RS had a craft night and I had a card table where the sisters could come and make cards. We had a great time. Sorry to hear you are having Cricut problems, but a good ending to your story!

  3. Em, your cards are really pretty. I've resorted to good ol' Costco picture-print cards since my crafty skills never seem to produce the same exquisite results you've demonstrated.

  4. I love the Christmas tree! It really is beautiful and exquisite like you said. I was going to go the handmade route this year but then I won a $100 gift certificate for custom holiday greeting cards. ☺