"Hope everyone is enjoying all the card-licious inspiration today on the blog. For those that are gearing up for the assembly line holiday card making I’d like to share a little tip to stretch your supplies.
TIP: Consider layering your pattern papers using 4x4 and 3x3 squares to get the most out of your 12x12 papers. For A2 sized cards this will provide great coverage and layering over the card base.
Happy crafting!" Virginia
"I have a hard time choosing between timeless, classic holiday card-making, and that of a more vintage, shabby chic nature….I love them both, so I’ve created a card for each of my loves :) I’ve used Anna Griffin products on both and because of the pre-made card bases, complete with a lovely, printed pattern on the front, and a “Handmade By” spot on the back, holiday cards can come together in a snap. All that’s left is the fun part…adding favorite embellishments and my greeting. So if you’re mass producing your holiday cards this year, remember to create in a style you love. That will make creating even more enjoyable. And save time on simple things such as pre-made card bases, dimensional stickers, etc. All you’ll have to do is add the adhesive and any extra embellishments you choose. Happy Holiday Paper-Crafting!" ~ Melissa Phillips
6:00 pm special guest - Paper Smooches!
We thrilled to have Paper Smooches Stamps joining us to share some sweet holiday cards and a cute tutorial from Kim Hughes, the owner!
Thank you Kim! Great tutorial! We're also so thrilled that Paper Smooches would love to send this hour's winner all the stamps and dies used to create Kim's card!
For an opportunity to win these great stamps and dies be sure to leave a comment below by October 8th! A winner will be randomly selected and announced on October 10th! Good luck!
We would love for you to join Paper Smooches for their World Card Making Day festivities and we would love for you to visit Paper Smooches on their Facebook page with a lovely "thank you!" for today's prizes!
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