That's right - each year I start my Christmas card classes in January - so that if you attend each month - by November you'll have forty-four cards to mail out. How great is that? Customers love it, as you can pace yourself, and end up with a wonderful assortment of cards.
So here is the 2021 first card design we made last week using an all-time favorite of mine - "Snowman Season". It has been a fav since day one - and we've had it for many years now - so I fear he may be leaving us soon. I've done so many great designs with this set - but this time opted for a Z-fold card. The DSP is the Heartwarming hugs from the Fall catalog that is carrying over.
After doing all of our layering and stamping - we colored the little guy and his tree :) Then had to add a few of our adorable little red gems to give him a touch of bling.
CARD RECIPE - base is Basic White 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" score along the long side at 2 1/8" and 4 1/4" - this is a vertical card. Fold so you form a "Z". DSP layer is 5 1/4" x 1 7/8". Red layer is 3 1/2" x 2 1/2". I used scraps for the Basic White Oval and Scallop Black Oval. Basic White Envelope. Memento Black Ink. Stampin' Write Markers - Real Red, Old Olive and TerraCotta Tile. Red Rhinestone Basic Jewels. Seal adhesive.