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

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12 Comments
  1. Thanks for the holiday cards this year!

  2. Thank you sooooooooo very much for the holiday card series 2010. Last weekend I spend two entire days with my friends and we made our Christmas cards …. we had all bought a white gel pen to “copy” your fanstastic ideas – and had so much fun trying out different techniques and card shapes.
    a big DANKESCHÖN from your German fans =)

  3. Hi Kristina,
    Are you still doing a class in January with Basic Grey supplies. I thought I read a post about that. Can you tell me the link for the post as well as any additional info!!

    Loved your card series. Hate that it is over!!!

    Anicka

  4. What a happy day!! I just purchased both of the Virtual Card Clubs for the 2009 and 2010 HCS!! Thank you for all the work you put into creating these sketches for us. It has been such fun waiting and watching to see what you are going to come up with next! Can’t wait to finish my cards this weekend. :)
    Wishing you all the best,
    Angie

  5. Do the virtual card kits come with the instruccions
    and types paper and materials you use ?
    Also, what is comming next of this. I was so exited to come back from work and sit in the computer to watch a video for a new card every day ( my husband is glad is over. What a ….. ) Love every day of the series Thanksssssss a lot
    Heidi

    • No, it’s just pictures and sketches. I figure since all the supplies are listed in each blog post, if you have a question about a supply you could look it up on the blog. :)

  6. I miss your daily videos too!

  7. Hi Kristina,

    I’m ordering ribbon from papertrey ink for the first time, and i was kind of overwhelmed by the option for each color ribbon. I was wondering, do you have a preference between Luxe Satin Ribbon, Swiss, Dot Satin Ribbon, Topnotch Twill, Classic Grosgrain Ribbon and Saddle Stitch Ribbon? I would love to know which kind you order.

    Thank you!

    Karen

    • I usually use the plain satin and the grosgrain with the stitching. I’m not sure what those are called, but I like those. :)

  8. Totally fall in love with your cards. They are so cute. I miss the videos too.

  9. Just have to say thank you so much for all your hard work in preparing these videos on how to make cards. This was my first year at seriously getting “with it” in making the cards and your daily “classes” have really inspired and challenged. It’s really made my Christmas season. I’ve already made many cards and I’ll definitely keep these designs in my “keeper” instruction album to make over and over. Thanks so much. Merry Christmas to you and precious Manny. So glad he’s better!! Been praying for you both.

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