A Merry Little Christmas – September Christmas Card

Hi friends,

It’s time for September’s Christmas card since the month is almost over! 😳

You can find the other Christmas cards I’ve made each month so far this year in these posts… January, February, March, April, May, June, July, and August.

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I used the stamp set Shakin’ Things Up from Unity Stamp Company to make my cards. If you like this little owl, you can find several other stamp sets featuring him over at Unity Stamp Company.

I stamped the owl with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock. I colored the image with Copic markers and then cut it out. I embossed a piece of blue card stock with a snowflake embossing folder (this is a similar one) and attached it to a white card. I attached a strip of brown snowflake patterned paper (also from Unity) to the card. I attached the owl image to the card with foam tape. I stamped the sentiment with blue ink on white card stock, punched it with a label punch, and attached it to the card with foam tape. The label punch I used is discontinued, but I like this set of Banner Dies that would work great for your sentiment!

I would love to hear if you are making a few Christmas cards each month! I think it’s going to make the holiday season a little bit easier for me this year. 🎄 🙂

Anita

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2 Responses to A Merry Little Christmas – September Christmas Card

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