Tuesday, November 11, 2008

It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

and for my card class a little bit easier to relax and enjoy knowing they have at least some of their Christmas cards ready to go! I thoroughly enjoyed coming up with the 6 cards they made Friday night, but it was hard too. This may be one of the last 2 classes I am able to hold for a while. The economy has hit my family hard and like many we are in a huge position of uncertainty. I'm hopeful, but let all of my nearly 30 regular class members know that I may not be able to continue our scheduled classes. This for me, is one of the hardest parts of the trials my family is currently facing. I love to create, to teach and to be surrounded by friends regularly in my home; I'm sure that without it a very important part of my life will be missing. So here they are, I am hoping you find something here that inspires you!

My personal favorite. I love how this came out! A nice rustic look! So many possibilities with this idea!


The glassine envelope holds snowman parts. . . a snowman for you!

This cheerful card is easy to replicate and holds a warm sentiment framed on the inside.

I tried to get a photo that shows the reflection of the snowflakes on the snowmen. Love the clear card look!


This is a recreation of a card I made many years back. Just love to mimick Santa's belt on a card with his image. This card sparkles inside and out!

It's fun to stretch a "Christmas Card" to the point where you're not quite sure if it is one. I borrowed this idea from Yvette West. She's amazing!


May this truly be the most wonderful time of the year for you and your family. I think I'll go roast some marshmallows now!

9 comments:

Just Ducky @ Heart! said...

Rachele--love, LOVE all of these! I agreee with you, the first one is fab! I really like how you used the three diff. stamps to create a BIG tree! Awesome. The acetate one is darling too, and that star is pretty darn nice!! I love all of your work though--you're very talented. Did you get the candy corn template? If not, let me know! Have a great day,

Yvette

Just Ducky @ Heart! said...

Hello, again, friend! I have a little something to share with you if you'll hop on over to my blog! Have a great day, Rachele!

Yvette

chattyscrapper said...

as always, you are an insperation!! in more ways then you know. :-) your cards are all beautiful. we need to scrap together again, soon. even if it's just a random firday night. :)

Jena said...

So many beautiful cards - TFS!

Trinka said...

Love all your cards! You have great style!

Scrappingamma said...

Love your cards! I like your take on the Christmas Tree card. I saw a similar design in Papercrafts magazine. Great job!!

Stamp4hobby said...

The glassine card is amazing! How long did it take to pierce all those holes! Did you put cardstock behind it to make it look like tin?

Carri D said...

Rachele i have been following your blog for quite a while, and I just realized it was you. These cards are great. I am so glad I finally had time to look at the site and realize it is you.
Carri Daugherty

Kelly said...

Wow, you've been busy! Love these!