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I thought wouldn't it be fun to make a bunch of Christmas cards at the same time, so I made 4 of them in a certain amount of time....and I had so much fun.
I started out with cutting a small card out of Cardstock, played with distress inks and a lot of Christmas Stamps were stamped on the cards.
For this Card I used the Ho Ho Holly Clear Stamp set and the Perfect Poinsettias set they are so versatile and you can make loads of different cards with them
So this card was made with the Perfect Poinsettias stamp set and the sentiment on the card is from the Curly Christmas Clear stamp set
loads of Christmas flowers on the card to color or decolor with my Chlorine pen and the lovely thing is every flower turns out different when you use the chlorine pen.
This card is also made with the Perfect Poinsettias clear stamp set but with different colors distress ink so by decoloring the Christmas flowers you will get a different color of the flowers
The sentiment on my card is from Most Wonderfull Joy Christmas Clear Stamp Set and I love the swirls in between the words, don't you just love those??
So Card number 4 was also made with the Ho Ho Holly Stamp set and I stamped some hearts from the Curly Christmas Stamp set in between the leaves
The sentiment on this Card is from the Merry & Bright Christmas Greetings Clear Stamp Set, don't you just love this sentiment with those hearts and stars in between? I know I do...
Just love these small cards, you can make loads of cards in a small amount of time, especially when you have to make loads of cards before Christmas.
The Products that I have played with are:
I hope I have given you loads of inspiration to make some Christmas Cards guys, I am very curious how they turn out. And you wanna join into the fun over at the
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