Day 25 – Holiday Card Series – Merry Christmas

Day 25 - Holiday Card Series

Good morning! Today’s the day, the last day of the Holiday Card Series. I can’t believe it’s here already! Craziness!

For today’s card, I did a LOT of stamping using American Crafts’ Snickerdoodle stamp set. Such cute little candies in this set. :) I used many different colors of ink from Stampin’ Up!: Real Red, Old Olive, Garden Green, and Close to Cocoa.

We’ll be back to “business as usual” come Monday. I’ll see you all on Monday for another Make a Card Monday video. :)

Anyhow, enjoy!

NOTE: I’ve received a LOT of questions about the music included in the videos. It is a 10-second clip of royalty-free music I purchased online. It’s not a real song from an album. :)

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Merry Christmas – Stampin’ Up! cardstock in Real Red, Old Olive, Garden Green, and Naturals Ivory; American Crafts Snickerdoodle stamp set; Stampin’ Up! inks in Real Red, Old Olive, Garden Green, and Close to Cocoa; Fiskars Scallop Sentiment edge punch; Papertrey Ink ink in Vintage Cream; Stampin’ Up! ribbon.

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  1. Thanks so much for putting this holiday series together. I’m sad that its over already, I was getting use to the daily dose. Your blog is so inspirational. Thanks again!

  2. Thank you so much for taking the time to give us such a wonderful series of cards! I so enjoyed each and every one. Happy Holidays!

  3. Thank you for all the hard work on this Christmas cards series!! I enjoyed each and every one. Now have some time for U!

  4. Thanks for all your wonderful, inspiring cards–I watched every one! I always learn something new from your videos. Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!

  5. CAS – Clean and Sweet! Love this adorable, sweet, simple card.


  7. Kristina,
    i’ve never commented before, but had to let you know how much I appreciated this series and your fabulous inspiration. I made the snowman button card for my mother in law using some vintage buttons passed down to us from her aunt. Loved it. And the MM music paper & trees card was perfect to go along with our office gift to my boss- a little masculine with the black ribbon, but still home made. Could go on and on cause I just loved them all. Just wanted you to know that your generosity in sharing these amazing cards was a wonderful gift! Thanks again and have a blessed holiday.
    Linda B

  8. Another favorite!! This series was absolutely fantastic! Many thanks!! :)

  9. I loooved your holiday card series.
    Although I rarely commented (shame on me…) I read your blog almost daily. I’m going to miss your daily videos!
    Hope you’ll do this again next year!!! :)

    Thank you soo much. We all appreciate how much effort you put into this.

    Enjoy the holiday season and don’t get too stressed out!
    Marie from Germany :)

  10. I am a devoted follower of your videos and would like to thank you for this wonderful series of Christmas cards. You have done a wonderful job as always. Your ideas enable me to look at my patterned paper in many different ways than I have before. Hope your holidays are fun and merry.

  11. Hi Kristina,

    Just wanted to say thanks for all the work you did on the Holiday Card Series. It was excellent and very much appreciated!
    Thanks again, have a wonderful Christmas,

  12. Terrific last card!
    I know I’m WAAAY late commenting, but didn’t want to miss the chance to say thanks so much for doing this video series!!! There were SOOO many fab cards! Huge amount of work for you – and clearly appreciated by all of us! THANKS!

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