May Your Holidays Be Sweet – November Christmas Card

Hi friends,

I can’t believe that it’s November! Where has the year gone??? I’ve created a Christmas card each month and made several of each design so they would all be ready in time to send out at the beginning of December. I’m hoping to have one more design made in December to finish out the year. It’s been a great way to use more of my Christmas stamps and I’m not scrambling to get cards made at the last minute. 😉

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If you want to see the other cards I’ve created this year you can find them in these posts – January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, and October.

And here is November’s card!🎄I used the Sweetest Little Wishes stamp set from Unity Stamp Company – this little penguin is just the cutest!

I stamped the penguin with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored it with Copic markers. (I used these colors – C7, C6, C1, YR07, YR16, R20, B32, G09, R27) I die cut around the image using the Scallops and Circles Nesting Dies from Unity Stamp Company.

I used a swirl embossing folder (this one and this one are similar) on a piece of green card stock and attached it to a white card. I added a strip of red polka dot paper to the card. I attached the penguin to the card using foam tape. To finish the card, I stamped the sentiment with red ink on a strip of white card stock and attached it to the card.

This layout will work with any of your fun Christmas stamps. Pull out your favorites and create a few Christmas cards! 🎄

Anita

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