Today I’m sharing a Christmas card set I made. My favorite part about these is that I saved loads of time by using the Sew Stampers by We R Memory Keepers instead of taking the time to handstitch them. When you’re making a whole batch of cards for the holidays finding ways to save time is super helpful!
You can see this card set featured in a WRMK ad in the latest issue of Scrapbook and Cards Today magazine on page 7. (I think I just let out a little squeal of excitement! This is my first print ad!) If you’re not into sewing or hand stitching but like the look, you’ll love these! They’re super fun and easy to use.
Now the exciting news!! Speaking of cards, I’m thrilled to announce that registration is now open for my latest Big Picture Classes workshop, 28 Cards in 4 Weeks!
During each week of class, you’ll make seven cards, each taking 15 minutes or less. You’ll learn to use sketches, samples, downloads, and videos to create some cute and clever cards that your loved ones will enjoy receiving. Don’t feel pressured to keep up—you can always access the handouts and videos and make the cards whenever you have time. Card-making doesn’t get much easier than this! Topics will cover major events, holidays, seasons, and many every day occasions and themes. Plus, won’t it feel great to use up all those scrapbooking leftovers in the process?
Class runs during the month of February so you’ll be through with the holiday rush and ready to get crafting! I hope you’ll join me in 28 Cards in 4 Weeks.