Thursday, November 29, 2007

Christmas Cards

I've been fretting a little bit about the fact that I don't have time (or energy) to make Christmas cards. I'm doing a computer generated We've Moved/Christmas update for my massive list (150 or so), and although I don't have to make each one, I do have to print fold sign and stuff and stamp each envelope.

I still need a few cards for my stamping friends, teachers, family members and gift enclosures. Anyway, I was thinking about that when I had one of those "duh" moments. I have a drawer full of cards that I've made just before and too late to use in Christmases past. Some of them can be spruced up. Some of them are ok to send as is. I had scanned these cards before my scanner was broken and before I had a nice camera. I'm updating my files with the new photos before I use these cards.
Here are a few of my favorites.






I cut the oval out from the white layer with the Coluzzle.
All stamps are Biblical Impressions except for "Warmest Wishes" which is The Angel Company.

4 comments:

JenMarie said...

These are great! I just love the one with the "circle" around it!!

KardKrazy said...

I totally LOVE this snowman and the way you've done this cut out! What a darling card!

Flossie's Follies said...

these are lovely, I am sure that everyone will realize that you had so much going on with the move and everything they will understand.

Kathy W said...

I also love these cards, especially the snowman with the cardinal. Great idea to pull out old cards. They are only "old" to you; brand new and much appreciated to whoever receives them. Thanks for sharing the neat idea with the oval cutting.