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!