These were the FABULOUS Christmas cards made in April.
I was unable to attend that night and Terry so graciously made my cards for me and wrapped them up beautifully in a gift bag and brought them over to me with a really, cute handmade card.
Kindness is a beautiful thing…THANK YOU Terry!
8 more cards added to my stash!
Earlier this month I started making Christmas cards at my Stampin’ Up! demo’s Christmas card workshop.
We meet monthly…by the time December comes I will be all set to mail out my Christmas cards!
We make 8 cards every month (4 each of 2 different designs).
I love the first card.
These little origami Christmas trees are soooo cute and easy to make!
Both cards designed by Terry Christoffersen.
I made up these cards for a Christmas card class in November.
Absolutely NOT my style. Lots of glitter and dimension!
I started working at Michaels in July and since than I have become the scrapbooking instructor.
I created these holiday gift bags for a class in November using the We R Memory Keepers using the gift bag punch board.
In September I went to a Christmas stamped card class at Michaels instructed by Christina.
It was a basic stamping card class because Christina wasn’t sure how much stamping the other’s had done before.
Although Christina was NOT overally impressed with her cards and she had limited resources because everything used has to be from Michaels…I thought they were cute! AND I have 4 more Christmas cards added to my collection for mailing this year.
This was a class I took at a scrapbook crop (don’t remember which one or when!) and Shannon Tompkins designed it.
I absolutely LOVE all the sparkle!!!
This was a kit I bought a few years ago when my friend Rhea Marriott owned a scrapbooking store and I believe that Ann Seleshanko designed it.
This fabulous layout was created by
Christy Riopel, a class I took at a crop on the weekend.
I love her style, lots of layers and very cool techniques that I would never usually use on my layouts.