Monday, May 2, 2011

Holiday Card No-Gos

I know, I know...Winter hung on a little too long and Spring arrived by the skin of it's teeth, so I'm sure the last thing you want to see are reminders of Winter's extended embrace. It's all for a good reason, though.

You see, I created 18 projects for Paper Crafts Magazine's Holiday Cards & More call. I was completely ASTOUNDED when I received an email requesting 4...yes...FOUR of my projects for the call!! This is the most I've had in any one publication before! I'm super stoked...it's always a special treat to see my work in print !!

I'm sharing a few that didn't make the cut and saving the rest to submit for the Nov/Dec call. Wish me luck!

Let It Snow card-- made with Cosmo Cricket Jolly By Golly

Joy Card -- made with Making Memories journaling


Merry Christmas Tag -- made with Creative Imaginations Polar Christmas collection. I ran a strip of core'dinations cardstock through my dymo label maker and then sanded the letters to reveal the sentiment.

Thanks for stopping by!

4 comments:

SeattleStamper said...

Wow, getting 4 selected is a BIG deal! Congrats :) I think my fav of those you posted is the first snowman card. I look forward to seeing those 4 that were selected in print. Good luck to you this Friday with the Nov/Dec call.

paperella said...

Yayyy for you! 4 projects! And the ones you posted are gorgeous too! I specially love that cutie bear tag :)

basudev said...

Hello,
When I design custom invitations, I offer to design custom postage for my clients to complete the look of their invitation package. The party starts when the guests open their invitations, so setting the tone of the party with the invitation is important. But even before the envelope is opened, the first impression the guest has of the invitation is what’s on the outside.

basudev said...

Hello,
When I design custom invitations, I offer to design custom postage for my clients to complete the look of their invitation package. The party starts when the guests open their invitations, so setting the tone of the party with the invitation is important. But even before the envelope is opened, the first impression the guest has of the invitation is what’s on the outside.

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