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Virtual Card Club – Holiday Card Series 2010

Hi all! I couple months ago I posted the card sketches for last year’s Holiday Card Series. Now that the 2010 series is complete, I’ve compiled the sketches and images for the 2010 Holiday Card Series. So here we are! All 25 card images and sketches from 2010. :)

This Virtual Card Club PDF includes 25 pages of cards and sketches. Simply view it on screen, or you can print it out for use away from your computer. :)

What is Virtual Card Club?

For those of you new to VCC, it’s the way I share new and fun ideas with my blog readers. Not only do you get to follow along with the projects I create by using your own supplies, but it’s a great way to show your support. The money from VCC goes to maintaining the web hosting for this blog. :) For only $5 you get high quality photos and ideas. All you have to do is break out your supplies and get started!

NOTE: Supplies are NOT included. You must use your own supplies.

Anyhow, enjoy! And if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. :)
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Virtual Card Club – Holiday Card Series 2010, $5 US

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Previous Virtual Card Clubs:

Holiday Card Series 2009 Sketches | Paper Dolls | June 2010 | May 2010 | Exploring Handwriting | December 2009 | September 2009 | June 2009 | May 2009 | April 2009 | March 2009 | February 2009 | January 2009 | December 2008

Holiday Card Series 2010 – Day 25

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Morning, all! Can you believe we’re at the last day of the Holiday Card Series already? Whew! It’s gone by so SO quickly. I’ve loved doing it, but I’m looking forward to only worrying about two card videos per week. :)

Anyhow, for this last card I wanted to show you how to create a circle card without a die-cutting machine. Basically it’s just two cut circles that are attached in one spot. You’ll be able to see it more clearly in the video.

I also used the Special Wishes stamp set from Hero Arts, more American Crafts Thickers, and some Micro Mono stickers from BasicGrey.

Enjoy!

Supplies

Solid Card Stock: Kraft (Stampin’ Up!)
Stamp: Special Wishes stamp set (Hero Arts)
Ink: Fluid Chalk Ink in Chestnut Roan (Colorbox)
Small Letter Stickers: Basic White Micro Monos (BasicGrey)
White Foam Numbers: Subway Thickers (American Crafts)
Red Glitter Letters: Cherry Sparkling Thickers (American Crafts)
Rhinestones: Red Lush Rhinestones (My Mind’s Eye)
White Gel Pen: Signo Broad (Uni-Ball)
Circle Cutter: Simple Circle Cutter (Martha Stewart Crafts)

Watch video below | Watch at YouTube

Disclaimer: Some supplies used in this post/video were provided by Two Peas in a Bucket.

Holiday Card Series 2010 – Day 24

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Morning, all! Super easy card this time (once you pick out all the cut outs from the Silhouette cut design). :)

The main portion of the card is made from a Silhouette doily design:


Victorian Lace Inverted Big Border C00440_20387

And the rest is mainly the Thickers from American Crafts and paper from Bo Bunny. :)

Enjoy!

Supplies

Solid Card Stock: black and cream (American Crafts)
Patterned Paper: Noel Collection (Bo Bunny)
Silhouette Doily Die-cut: Victorian Lace Big Border C00440_20387 (Jamie Koay)
Chipboard Letters: Rockabye Thickers (American Crafts)
Ribbon: Cream satin ribbon (Papertrey Ink)

Watch video below | Watch at YouTube

Disclaimer: Some supplies used in this post/video were provided by Two Peas in a Bucket.

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