Thursday, December 8, 2011

What To Do With All Of These Christmas Cards?

I've been on a Christmas card making frenzy! I mean between submitting for publication and creating for design teams and just plain making Christmas cards because they are my favorites, I have amassed quite a collection. So...what to do with them all? I mean, yes, I always think that I am going to mail them out, but the amount of postage that it'll take makes me think twice. Maybe one of these days, I'll set up an etsy shop or something. In the meantime, I'll just keep creating them.

Here are my latest Christmas card creations. They were all created with Jillibean Soup Christmas Eve Chowder collection. I just adore a cute Christmas line, don't you?

The first card was made for the Petaloo blog. We joined up with Jillibean for a joint blog hop. Tons of ideas were shared...check them all out here.

I made this card just because I couldn't help myself. Once I saw those adorable penguins, I knew I had to use them on a project. Each penguin on this card represents a member of my family (me, my hubby, and our 2 boys). Cute right?

Here's a close-up of our sparkling attire.

And last, but not least is a card that I created for the Basically Bare blog. I put up step by step instructions for creating the glittery embossed ornament. So check it out!

As always, I thank you for stopping by and leaving such sweet comments!! Until next post...


Carmen O. said...

I love them! Of course especially the penguin one since it's personalized. I've only made a couple so far. We'll see how it goes getting any more created. LOL

Tamika said...

Oh I do love the penguins too! and such a cute idea for them to rep the family like that!

Deanna said...

super cute cards Tanisha! love the penguins!

Becky Dunham said...

Love all of these cards Tanisha! I have not even made one yet! Been making lots of other paper goodies for Christmas but my cards have been pushed to the back burner. Thanks for sharing :)

Dee said...

I love your cards... very creative.

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