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bobby18 11-19-2007 08:51 AM

Christmas Cards for 40+?
 
I am having trouble coming up with a design for my Christmas cards this year. I generally make a whole bunch of different ones, but I am really behind this year. I love coloring and intend on using the angel from Holy Triptych (sp?), but have been having problems coming up with a design that isn't too plain, but is also not too time intensive. I think I want the best of everything, but that's just me. I would prefer not to give cards than to give ones that I am not 100% happy with.

I would love to see what others are sending this year. I have reviewed another thread with links of favorite Christmas cards, but would like to get ideas from those who send quite a few.

TIA,
Suzanne

Ribbons and Ink 11-19-2007 10:11 AM

Hmm... I was going to recommend making the 40 cards from a Simply Scrappin' Kit but I see you want to use the Holy Triptych. I don't have my catty at my fingertips, but maybe one of the kits coordinates and you can combine them to have cards that are easy to assemble with the angel as the focal point?

One Happy Stamper 11-19-2007 10:32 AM

Hi Suzanne~

I am doing a Holiday Card Blitz for my customers in about a week. They can choose from 18 different designs, 2 of which are from the Holy Triptych set. None of these cards are terribly difficult to make, and many of them are super easy. Check them out on my blog if you like:

www.onehappystamper.typepad.com.

If nothing else, I hope it gives you a bit of inspiration for your own design. :)

Blessings~

bobby18 11-19-2007 05:39 PM

Thanks for the replies. Cindy - your customers are lucky you are having this "blitz" for them. It would be great to get all your Christmas cards done in a sitting. Great inspiration!


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