As I say at the beginning of today’s video, this card was SUPER fast! It would make a great cards to mass-produce because the Spirit of Christmas stamp set from Inkadinkado can be mounted to a large block, or the Fiskars Stamp Press, and stamped over and over. The best part of stamping, right? :)
I broke out my silver embossing powder that I rarely use to make the card more elegant. I really think a sage green cardstock with gold embossing powder would be absolutely beautiful, too. :)
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Holiday Card Boot Camp 2011
Before I run for the day, just wanted to let you all know about…
Have you taken a peek at your calendar recently? The holidays are just around the corner! We’re here to help you check hand crafted holiday cards off your to-do list!
Join Jennifer McGuire, myself, and 12 of our most talented friends as we walk you through how to create your own 2011 holiday card in Holiday Card Boot Camp. Whether you’re hoping to create a card that includes photos, a newsletter, a gift card or more – you’re sure to be inspired. This class includes easy to mass-produce cards, 16 videos, card sketches, and stamping and cardmaking techniques.
For more class information or to register, click here.
I have three spots to Holiday Card Boot Camp to give away. Leave a comment on this entry telling me your favorite thing to do around the holidays for a chance to win a spot. Comments will close this Friday, so make sure you get your comment in soon. :)
Open to all readers. One comment only, please. If you have already registered, you will receive a refund of the class price. The winners will have 48 hours to claim the prize. If they do not, another winner will be chosen and notified.
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