Like the coordinating October 2022 kit, this one had multiple unique designs. This means that there are many more options and directions you can go with this kit.
I WILL be making a part two that combines the october kit supplies with this months supplies.
I am short Christmas cards so they will all be extra fancy while still being within the parameters for a non-machinable USPS...
I am not a fan of fussy cutting, but these two cards were so fun to make.
I walk through the finer details about how I created these and two changes I made based on Libby's critical eye.
It is fun to craft with friends, especially those who can point out ways to improve your skills, enjoy!
Are you confused about USPS postage and the rules for mailing your cards? Watch this video explaining the current rules as well as the stamps used for mailing lumpy/bumpy cards.
I also share my final Thanksgiving card that I popped into the mailbox (a mere 2.5 mile round trip bike ride on the most fabulous trail in Florida IMO) before 4pm this afternoon. Enjoy!
This week I step up the Christmas note card set project. This project uses up the other half of the Kraft Notecards we were provided. I share the rest of the supplies provided as well as what I added to really dress these cards up.
I believe that the kraft note cards are a great value as you get 20 bases and envelopes. The material is thick and rough like kraft cardstock should be,...
The annual October Paper Pumpkin kit is always the Christmas card kit, followed by a coordinating November kit with tags, or some other 3D project, like gift bags and one year there were coordinating stockings!
I was in no hurry with this kit as my focus was on my mom who was in the hospital. I worked on this kit in between chatting with her while she awaiting myriad tests and...
I have had the pleasure of making three Halloween cards this year! Here are the two made with current Stampin' Up! products. I had two switch to filming with my old snake arm and it was too shaky. I had to think outside the box and the second video came out much better, but by then I had finished most of the assembly. Enjoy!