Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

Well hello there!

I hope you are having a great October!  I just decorated my house for Halloween, but if you are like many card makers you might be focused on Christmas already!  Do you make your own Christmas cards?  I’m going to attempt to this year, but I’d better get started soon!  : )  Luckily, I have a great place to go for inspiration: the Wednesday Challenge theme this week is Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!   Will you join us?


Here to provide some inspiration are three members of the Wednesday Challenge Design Team!  If you’d like to see more, stop by the blog and click the person’s name or card to see all of the details and leave these wonderful people some comments! :)

Made by Melissa Bove


Melissa used


Made by Lorraine Aquilina


Lols used


Made by Jo Nevill


Jo used

Feeling inspired yet?  I hope so!  : )

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  1. I’ve actually already started making Christmas cards! It’s the one time of the year I make a bunch of cards all at once.

  2. I’ve just started my christmas cards for this year! I love all three cards your team has put together.

  3. I make my Christams cards every year. It’s so much fun. For years, I did Hallmark cards on the computer. I was always drawn to the water color ones and in the end they took less ink. It’s much more rewarding and fun to make them by hand, as a stamper, and I enjoy doing my own water color. I have cut back on mailing cards due to the poor economy in the US. You really accumulate people throughout your life, friends and co-workers in every place you have ever lived and of course, family. I give the bulk of my cards to family during our annual reunion before the holiday. I enjoyed the lovely cards shared here, as I follow this blog by email. =D

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