Monday, November 30, 2009

Day 1 - Home-made Holiday Cards

Our first project comes from Design Team member Julie Boeck. A card is the easiest way to send your Holiday Cheer through the mail and nothing says you care like spending the time to personalize it for a friend, family member or special someone. There are endless patterns and possibilities, so grab some simple supplies and get started!

Here are a few of Julie's ideas to get you inspired!

"A Wish..." card:
Fancy Pants Christmas Magic papers, Maya Road Tree, chalk ink (for tree trunk), Making Memories label, Stamp from Hero Arts, Making Memories alpha stickers, Gold metallic dot from Hero Arts.

"Holiday Wishes" card:

Hero Arts stamp, Hero Arts gemstones, Martha Stewart border punch, Fancy Pants Christmas Magic papers, Bazzill Kraft cardstock.

"Honor Christmas" card:
Fancy Pants Christmas Magic paper and transparency, Vintage McCall's pattern children, Gary M. Burlin and Co. star brads, chalk ink for edges.

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Come back tomorrow for another home-made Christmas idea!

Don't Worry, Be Scrappy!

8 Scrappy thoughts:

Erica H said...

Julie, this are beautiful! Love that pink ribbon on the Wishes card. Of course the vintage pattern card is adorable!

Michelle said...

Julie, your cards are beautiful!!! I am jealous!! You always make such beautiful cards!! I am not much of a card maker.

dianapena8 said...

Oh I love them all!!! the colors and embellishments you used are gorgeous, I am a huge fan of your pattern images cards =Di

Chey can cook! (and more) said...

how gorgeous! i love the 2nd wish one...i am still awaiting my supplies to come, but i cant wait to get started! i also am trying to scrapbook/journal each day in december with a different theme, that all ties together in the end...that will be tough to do daily!

Jennie said...

Loving the cards :)

Heather Landry said...

Totally gorgeous cards!!!!

Anonymous said...

Oh Girls..You've done such a great job on this site. Everything is just so beautiful. Wonderful projects! This is Kelz, by the way. I just can't figure out how to add a profile...

uyyu said...

When I design custom invitations, I offer to design custom postage for my clients to complete the look of their invitation package. The party starts when the guests open their invitations, so setting the tone of the party with the invitation is important. But even before the envelope is opened, the first impression the guest has of the invitation is what’s on the outside.