‘Tis the Season for Christmas Cards

Fall is the season of changing leaves, geese flying south, and making Christmas cards.  I usually start slowly working on cards in October and then panic sets in mid November when I realize I don’t have enough and need to make more!  This year I have been trying to keep life simple and that includes holiday card designs.  There will be no more panicking (hopefully) because with these simple designs making a few extras will be no problem.

Now don’t get me wrong, simple doesn’t mean plain or easy, but rather clean and beautiful with minimal embellishments.

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Holiday Cards from Stampin Up

Holiday Cards from Stampin Up

Some of these handmade cards are sent by post to friends and family, but most of the cards are packaged as gifts for close friends, coworkers, coaches, and teachers.  They are especially great as hostess gifts for holiday dinners and parties.

Holiday Cards from Stampin Up

This year I want to help simplify the holidays for others by offering a selection of these handmade cards for sale:

5 cards for $20.00

Holiday Cards from Stampin Up

These holiday cards are handmade using stamps, paper, and supplies from Stampin’ Up.

Holiday Cards from Stampin Up

Choose any five cards (all the same or all different) for $20.00 including envelopes.  I will provide standard white envelopes or, my favourite, clear envelopes.

To place an order, email lfedynak@gmail.com with the quantity, style of cards, type of envelopes, and the date required.  I will only be taking local orders from Edmonton.

I challenge you to simplify your holiday season and spend more time enjoying all that the season has to offer.

Leah

 

 

 

 

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