Last year I created a Christmas card each month and made 6 or 8 of the design. It worked so well that I’m going to do it again this year! By the time I was ready to send them out in December all I had to do was sign them and address the envelopes. 😊 I used to wait until November and then scramble to try and get them all made. Making a few cards each month has taken the last minute stress away…and I’ve used a lot more of my Christmas stamps!
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So here is my card for January 2023. I used the Christmas Wishin’ set from Unity Stamp Company to create my card. I love the sweet snowman in the snow globe! ❄️☃️❄️
I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored it with Copic markers. Then I stamped the sentiment with black ink on the base of the snow globe.
Using the Scallops & Squares Nesting Dies from Unity Stamp Company, I die cut the image and a larger square from turquoise card stock. I layered the image to the turquoise card stock. (This is my favorite adhesive for card making and here are the refills.)
I embossed a piece of white card stock with a snowflake embossing folder (this is similar) and attached it to a white card. I attached the stamped piece to the card with foam tape.
I made 6 of this card – it’s a great start to building my Christmas stash for 2023! Pull out your favorite Christmas stamps and join me. You’ll be glad you did! ❄️☃️❄️
Very wise to space out the creativity:) More joy and less stress.
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Yes! It was a game changer last year. 😊
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