frost on the ground, snow up North... time to start thinking about Christmas.
I know, its not even Halloween. We still have Thanksgiving. But thats the point. I'm gonna get really busy soon. So why not get some things done now and not kill myself in December! I mean, we have two birthdays in December, before Jesus' big party.
I am offering classes on Sundays right now. Today was card making day, and here are some of the samples from the cards we made!
First is a tri-fold HO Ho HO card. When it is opened, the inner flap (which also says HO) stays closed and the tag part pulls out. It could hold a gift card or personal greeting.
Next is a snowflake embossed card. These are really pretty and easy to make, if you've got a Cuttlebug embossing folder, of course. We highlighted the snowflakes with a little Colorbox chalk ink.
I don't know which is my favorite, but i love this next card. I found some pretty scalloped and glittered card bases. We added pretty tree paper and a tag. This came out so pretty in real life. Wish the photo could pick up the softness of the ink and the sparkle of the glitter a little better. The tag is actually a bit more purple too.
And finally, here is a tall card, and we made it a pop-up! How fun to open this very pretty card (paper is Bo-Bunny) and have a 3-D Christmas tree greet you! Love it!
Hope you're enjoying this gorgeous fall, cold weather and all. Email me if you live in the area and would like to inquire about other classes.