Saturday, October 2, 2010

World Cardmaking Day

Happy World Cardmaking Day!!!

I seem to have lost my mojo today and had absolutely no desire to play. :( I am however working on getting my Christmas cards done. I've got them designed and so I'm able to stamp without having to be creative today. :)

I'm entering them in the Caardvarks CAS challenge, the Hero Arts October challenge, as well as 2peas challenge to make a set of cards but with different colors in each card.

Here they are:




I used my Silhouette to cut out the Nativity Scene and Hero Arts Musical Background & Get Merry Clear Set for stamping. One gemstone in the center of the star and it's done. :)

Thanks for looking.

13 comments:

Barb said...

How beautiful, Sarah! Fabulous idea for a set of Christmas cards! Love these!

Lin said...

Love this design, Sarah! These will make gorgeous cards, and changing up the colors will keep it from being too repetitive for you while you make them. The soft music in the background is perfect!

Tiffany said...

These are really pretty Sarah, definitely want to keep them simple as you are mass producing. Love that musical background, I need to get that stamp out and play more with it!

Heather Maria said...

Wonderful set of Christmas cards, Sarah! The colours are gorgeous and I love the way you combined the music bg with the beautiful Nativity scene!

Dawn said...

gorgeous Sarah. So inspiring... I have CASE's the idea - so thank you for the idea,

Alice Wertz said...

beautiful set of cards, Sarah! love the colors and simple design!

Anne said...

Sarah these are a beautiful set of Christmas cards- love the manger scene and the use of the musical BG here!

Agata said...

Everything works great on those cards! Colors, design... I love them!

Suzanne C said...

Wonderful cards! Love the background with the soft musical print.

Kathy Wade (krolski) said...

Beautiful cards - the true meaning of Christmas! Love the music background, great design.

Anonymous said...

I've made some of these too, but with lyrics from *Puer natus in Betlehem* as background.
But your background and color's are amazing :)

love from Norway : )

Angela said...

These are beautiful, Sarah! I love how they're simple enough for mass-production and mailing, but still manage to have the 'wow' factor. Is it weird that looking at them just makes me feel peaceful? Whether it's the image or the soft colours, I don't know, but they're a beautiful card to celebrate our Saviour's birth with!

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

Hope you don't mind me stopping by your blog to tell you about Papercraft Star (just in case you don't already know!) We'd love to have you enter some of your inspired projects in our challenges there. We're also having a DT call soon and want to tell papercrafters like you about the call! There is still time to enter our PTI gift certificate drawing too! http://papercraftstar.blogspot.com/2010/09/another-gift-certificate-give-away-at.html