Hello!  It is the 25th of the month and I have 2 Christmas cards but 1 design for you today on my blog for our monthly Keeping Christmas Blog Hop!  Kelly Lunceford started this years ago where different designers share different ideas, techniques or projects to help you get a head start on your holiday cards, tags and projects for the coming Christmas.

All of the designers have projects to share with you today.  We are excited to have 3 new members this year!!  Here are all of the designers:

                                                                    Kelly Lunceford (Creator)

Now on to my cards.

I started out with new leaf card stock making that into my A2 card base, 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.  Then I die cut the bold borders: flurries die in white card stock using a shim to get all of the pieces cut out.

I used the smaller snowman from the go to gift card holder: snowman die on the front of my card in white card stock and I blended a little spring rain ink around the edges.  This snowman die also has a  snowman accessories stamp set in which I used for his face and sentiment.  The holly leaf on his hat is from an older stamp set called holly jolly, it is stamped in new leaf and I used red sticklers for the berries.

On the inside I used joys of the season stamp set by Reverse Confetti. The other products I used are from Papertrey Ink.

It has been over 5 years now that a few of my friends come over once a month and we make cards together. We make a Christmas card each time so we don't have as many to make in December:)

Enjoy the hop and I will see you next month!



  1. These are just as sweet as can be! I love that snowman and he turned out so cute on your cards!

  2. I have that die set out on my desk and I hope to use it next month for my projects! So adorable!

  3. Hi Nancy! Oh gosh this snowman card is adorable! How fun to have your friend come over and make cards together what a fun idea! Happy to be part of the team.

  4. This is just the sweetest! Love the sentiment stamped on the snowman's belly!


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