Tuesday, May 23, 2017

2016 Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack

Happy Monday!

Today I have the cards from my November 2016 Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack. Yes, I know, I am a wee bit late posting. 

My Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack consisted of 12 cards, four each of three designs.


As I couldn't decide which version of the candy cane card I liked better, attendees made two of each color.


This one is a bright, fun, and festive card with the now-retired Candy Cane Christmas stamp set from the Holiday Catalog. The colors are Real Red and Emerald Green.

Here's a look at the inside and envelope:


I really like the font of the sentiments.


This card features the Greetings from Santa stamp set, also now retired from the Holiday Catalog. Clear Wink of Stella creates pretty shimmer on the trees.


Can't go wrong with Cherry Cobbler and Old Olive for a traditional Christmas Card.


The inspiration for this card came from a sample in Stampin' Success (a magazine for Stampin' Up! demonstrators), though I changed it up a bit. I was leery of the Soft Suede/Crumb Cake combo, but I am happy to report this card was everyone's favorite! So glad the Santa's Sleigh stamp set is carrying over to the new Annual Catalog.


Oops, I forgot to take a picture of the coordinating envelope.


One of the tables, all set and ready for stampers!


I always have a little hand-made treat for my class attendees.

That's it for today. Perhaps my late Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack post will put you in the mood to get an early start on your Christmas cards this year!  

Thanks for stopping by!


3 comments:

Diana Auberle said...

Wonderful cards. The one with the reindeer is my favorite. So glad to see you blogging again. :)
Hope to see some more things of you again.
I miss you
Happy crafting.
Diana

Lisa said...

Wow, Lisa, these are all amazing!! I love the designs of each one, especially the reindeer in front of the trees!! Beautiful cards, my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

S. Thomas said...

Lovely cards, Lisa, thank you for sharing! Always good to see a post from you.
Thinking of you,
Shani