I'm having a hard time working up the enthusiasm for Christmas cards this time of year. However, I got two done just under the wire for the month of February. The thing is, I enjoy the process no matter what kind of cards I'm making... it's just the getting started that's hard.
These cards use Power Poppy's Holly Go Lightly set from their 2016 Christmas release. I used darned near every stamp in the set and that makes me feel good.
Both cards use a background cut with Die-namics Stitched Cover Up Companion. I cut it once from designer paper and once from kraft card stock, and switched around the inside panels. Stickles Stardust glitter was added to make the holly more jolly. There's Wink of Stella on the ribbon and baubles in the first card, but not visible in the photo.
Both cards can be mailed with one postage stamp. This brings my Christmas card total up to four. I'll have to do better, but at least it's progress. More card details are written out in the recipe below. Have a happy day!
Stamps: Power Poppy Holly Go Lightly clear stamp set Paper: Kraft, X-Press It Blending Card for main image of card #1; Neenah 110 lb white for all other stamped pieces, plus embossed panel; Bazzill cream and red card stocks for card bases; American Crafts Kringle & Co designer paper Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black for colored images; SU! Chocolate Chip for main sentiments; Creamy Caramel for vertical sentiment on card #1; CTMH Vanilla Cream for solid holly image stamped faintly on image panel of card #1; Copics for coloring Accessories: Stickles Stardust glitter glue, Wink of Stella; Cuttlebug Seeing Spots embossing folder; Die-namics Stitched Cover Up Companion; Memory Box Stitched Circle Layers (#1); Spellbinders Nested Lacy Pennants (#1)