Wednesday 23 November 2011

Christmas Card Mulitples


Hey everyone! Hope you are all having a great day! 
Well I think winter is here to stay here in Alberta. It was a really nice day here though. I think it was 5C. Better than the -27C it was a few days ago. Just thinking about it makes me cold. LOL.
I decided to make some more Christmas cards today. At the beginning of the month I went to a Stampin Up card class. We go to make 4 different cards. I decided to copy one of those cards. I love this card and it was very easy to make multiples of. I just changed up the sentiments so they weren't identical.
I made 8 all together.

Standard A2 size card
Cardstock - Papertrey Ink
Patterned paper - Stampin Up
Quilted Ribbon - Stampin Up
Punches - Stampin Up
Outside Sentiments - Pink by Design & Scrappy Moms
Inside Sentiments - My Craft Spot
Snow cover house stamp - Stampin Up
Also used 2 way glue pen, glitter, atg, Stampin Up ink, and dimensionals

I used 2 way glue pen on the snowy part of the stamps and then sprinkled glitter over. 
Love this sentiment and the paper that looks like wood. 

Here they are all together. 
Just wanted to share a little tip with you. For the inside of the card I cut out the centers of the brown colored mats to make the smaller brown mats that hold the sentiments. Saving paper, saving a little money. LOL!

Well thanks for stopping by today,
Take care,


Snowmanlover said...

Gorgeous cards! They caught my eye on Sheilas Sassy Lady Blog! I thought you were a demo too so I hoped on over. Your card is beautiful . I might have to CASE it ( Stampin' Up! Lingo for copy everything and share)
I hate multiples too and that is a good idea to cut out centers. I never do that and my cards at my workshops have about 3-4 layers. I could be saving a lot of paper. You did a gorgeous job!

Laurie said...

Beautiful cards!! I really like that stamp set and pp!!! TFS!

angie ashuk said...

I love that card. It looks great. Here in Manitoba its going to be 6degrees, so considering I live in Winterpeg, and its Nov 23, I think I'll take it :)

Happyscrapin said...

Beautiful cards! I love all the sentiments that you used. Great job!!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Beautiful cards. Love the snowy roofs on each card and it really stands out with the wonderful colors you chose. Being a fairly new transplant to the south I have to tell you I do not miss the snow at all! Just that early morning glimmer after a fresh snowfall. TFS

Creations by Shirl said...

Wow Candy~
These Christmas cards are just so the stamps and the sentiments on all of them....
Keep warm - and Happy Gobble Gobble day to you and your family....

Cricut Couple said...

Absolutely Stunning!!!!!!! The colors couldn't be more perfect!!!

Shelby said...

Your cards are amazing and especially since you've only been doing it for a year! you definitely have some serious talent:)!!!


abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great set of cards!

An'Jenic G. said...

Wow Cnady Your Cards Are Beautiful!

Happy Thanksgiving Day to You and Your Family!
Blessing AJ

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, these are great. I love the image. TFS.

Unknown said...

These are beautiful cards. I love that stamp!
Hugs, Pam at

Sentimental Scrapper said...

These are gorgeous cards, Candy! I love how each one is just a little bit different. Love the paper saving tip!


Pendra said...

Gorgeous cards, love that stamp! It would be great to open my mail and find a lovely card like this, everyone who receives it will hopefully know you sent a little of yourself!
Crafty Hugs,

Selina said...

Beautiful cards! Great idea on the paper saving tip. I use my punches in the center of the mats and make what I call free flowers! The center of the mat is always covered up with a pic anyway!

An'Jenic G. said...

Beautiful Candy! I just made a few like this on my blog. TFS

Nana Donna said...

Love your cards, Bobby at the Cricut Couple sent me over

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