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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Day Four of Christmas Projects - Santa face


This Santa cut file was shared on Facebook last winter. I snagged it right away and saved it for cards this year. The designer created a perfect file that any Explore owner can cut. The entire thing is created from circles and squares. Isn't he cute? I jazzed him up with dimensionals, glitter and buttons.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Day Three of Christmas Projects - Snowglobe Shaker Card


I must confess I bought this plastic crafting element about 7 years ago. Talk about using up my stash of supplies! Now I wish I had more because I love how this turned out! This will made a great hand-delivered card for a neighbour.



The snowflake confetti is from Dollartree.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Day Two of Christmas Projects - Bird Shadowbox card


I just love creating cards with some dimension! This card folds flat to mail and then pops out when you take it out of the envelope. I created the cut file using my Design Space and my Cricut Explore.


Here is my Design Space cut file.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Day One of Christmas Projects - Bitmoji card


Welcome to the 2017 Christmas season!

Today is my first day of twelve to feature a Christmas project! Woohoo! My project today is created using the Bitmoji App. I kept seeing beautiful ornaments posted on Facebook using this app, Design Space and vinyl. I thought, hey, that would make a cute, personable family card.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Twelve Days of Christmas Projects 2016


Happy Black Friday! Happy Day after Thanksgiving for my American friends! Starting on Monday, I will be featuring a new Christmas project for 12 weekdays! I love doing this! I feel it helps to put me in a holiday mood to make cards and such for friends, colleagues and family. I tend to make approximately 60 cards each December so I feel the need to make at least a few different designs.

Here is a recap of last year's (2016) projects.


See you all back here on Monday!