I'll share them in the order in which they were made and list accessories below each photo. All are Copic colored on Neenah Classic Crest Solar White.
The nice thing about starting early is that I can take time to play, and I do love to play. The first is "Frostier" in a framed frosty scene. Sparkle is courtesy of glitter paper and Stickles Stardust glitter glue.
(Dies: Memory Box Wrapped Stitched Frames, Impression Obsession Tree Landscape Layers, Paper Smooches Hello Words)
The next is much simpler, just stitched up on some older Christmas designer paper. This is "Santa Chick and his Helpers":
Pictured below is another one that involved some play, but the dies make it easy. It's not as many layers as it appears. The landscape hills are traced using the dies as a guide, and the trees were cut from the dies and rearranged to fit. Lots of snowy microfine glitter on this scene featuring "Rudolph the Skating Reindeer":
(Dies: Memory Box Wrapped Stitched Frames, Impression Obsession Tree Landscape Layers, Memory Box Frosty Border)
Last, but not least, is "Pamela the Poinsettia". She's soooo pretty! I cut her out and placed her on a panel which was ready made and sitting in my card parts drawer. The Merry Christmas banner was also already cut and colored, which makes this probably the easiest of all four cards.
Total Christmas cards so far this year: 8
They're all finished on the inside and ready to mail. I have a long way to go, but I'm already looking forward to starting the next batch. I'm feeling motivated this year! Have a happy day!