Sunday, December 20, 2015

Christmas Cards With The Cutting Cafe

Hello crafty people! 
It's inspiration time over  at The Cutting Cafe. This week we are featuring Christmas projects. 
I can't tell you how thankful I am for Regina and her files!  I was all done making Christmas cards...well, I thought I was done. Then my husband came home and said I need you to make me a card for my boss. Ok, no problem. 
So I made the card for his boss...


The card is made from the present shaker from the Christmas Shaped Shaker Cards set. The embellishments were a gift from my sweet friend Julie. 

Then, last night, he asks me what cards we are giving to his friends. I told him that they get one that I bought. "WHAAAAATT?!?!?" He said in a high pitched squeaky voice. 
Which leads me back to, I am SOOOO thankful for Regina and her awesome files! 
These cards come together in no time at all. 
That works out perfectly since that's the exact amount of time I have.

Here are two cards I made using the December Word Shaped Card


Papers from J&S Hobbies and Crafts

Here's a couple more I made using the present shaker from Christmas Shaped Shaker Cards set. 


The little girl is a My Bestie colored printabe 3D sheet named Fancy Pants.  


I used the Believe Word Shaped Card for the sentiment on this last one. 
The little Santa bag is made from fabric scraps and stuffed with a cotton ball. 

I was able to put those awesome chipboard pieces on every card I made. 
Thank you very much for the great gift Julie! 

Now I'm done making Christmas cards...AGAIN.  
Hopefully my husband does not have anymore last minute cards! 

My daughter Kylah made some super cute cards for this design team assignment too. 
You can see her projects on her blog HERE.

Embellishments from...

Thank you for stopping by today. Be sure to visit  The Cutting Cafe on the 21st to see the rest of the design team projects. If you leave a comment on the inspirational post you will be entered in a chance to win 3 Cutting Cafe sets of your choice. Don't worry if you don't have a cutting machine. The files come in PDF form so you can make them by hand. 
Have an outstanding day!

10 comments:

  1. and i thought i was busy....loving all of your projects my friend...we need to teach our hubbys how to get in the room and make cards...well maybe not...hahahahha...hugs

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    1. Lol! I get nervous when my husband is in my craftroom! I don't want him to brake anything!

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  2. I think I'll be making cards right up to Christmas Day and will probably still fall short. It takes me hours to make one card--I need to start Christmas cards much sooner. Anyway, these cards are so pretty! I'm especially smitten with the Bestie one--so sweet!

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    1. It usually take me a long time to make cards too Patty. Regina's files makes it so much easier for me.

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