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A few handmade Christmas cards

handmade christmas cards
handmade christmas cards
Have I finished my Christmas cards? No.

Do I have more finished than this time last year? Yes.

I’m calling that success, so far.

So here’s a little share of some cards I’ve been making. You’ll find a tutorial for the card set above here on the Jenni Bowlin Inspiration blog, and there are cards from the whole team throughout the month.

handmade christmas cards
And these you’ll find on the American Crafts blog as part of their Christmas card week. These use the Hollyday collection, plus a little Christmas-themed washi tape.

So that’s at least five cards done. Perhaps I should number the list to see how many I really need?

Have you been making and sharing cards on your blog? Share a link so we can all see!

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PS: if handmade cards are just so not your thing at this time of year but you still want to sort some pretty greetings, these letterpressed cards (including Christmas designs) are already 30% off.

07 December 2011



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10 Comments for A few handmade Christmas cards

  1. Jacky S Says:

    These are lovely,Shimelle. Personally I love making christmas cards…and there are plenty to see on my blog here

  2. Immi Says:

    Love this card! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Talia Says:

    Ooh I just posted about Christmas cards as well! I cheated a bit this year and used some accent cuts from the Crate Paper Pepermint collection. So pretty!

    http://number-19.com/2011/12/handmade-christmas-cards/

  4. Talia Says:

    oi. Just saw the Sketch to scrap and saw that you used the same papers a bit in there! Feel like a copy cat now. :-P

  5. Sanna Says:

    I do quite a few every year. here as well as here and here you can see a few. This year I kept them simple to get ready in time…

  6. Sue Althouse Says:

    Such fun cards! I love the colors and layering. I’ve been showing a few of my cards, like in this post:

    http://suealthouse.blogspot.com/2011/11/christmas-crafting-couple-cards.html

    I also have a bunch more, but that will have to wait for Ten on the 10th!

  7. So.Creative Says:

    These cards are really gorgeous!

  8. saycindy Says:

    LOVED these cards, they inspired me to make all my Christmas cards olver the past weekend. The tule idea is so original, finally pulled mine out. Thanks for posting this. Love JB and and OA. Used tons of both on my cards.

  9. neko Says:

    Hi

    Thanks for sharing your idea about recycling old Christmas cards. Just want to share what my young art students do to recycle and conserve.

    http://ecogreen4fun.blogspot.com/

    Cheers-

    Neko

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