Yes it is, but fear not, the lovely Scrappy Mo will be taking over next year for we can keep making our Christmas cards and keep playing along each month.  We have to make two cards each month, so I’m setting the bar high for this final challenge with Sarn as I made more than two… just!


Have a look at this lot, lol! Just call me Miss Over-Achiever 2014!


Simple cards made with a large Hero Arts script cling stamp, stamped in Distress Inks in Festive Berries and Evergreen Bough, covered with Versmark ink and heat embossed with Holographic embossing powder and then cut into four pieces.

Each piece was backed with coordinating card that had been edge punched in a festive theme and popped on to a small size card blank.  Like many folks I have lots of little bought embellishments that I rarely touch these days, what with the advent of all the wonderful dies and things, so I took the opportunity to use a few of them up.

I repeated the set using small kraft card blanks this time and I’m really happy how they came out.  They were made over a couple of weekends, with the stamping and embossing done last weekend and the putting together done this weekend, but overall they didn’t take long to make.


Card Recipe:

  • Card: Blanks from Michaels (kraft) & The Paper Studio (White) ~ Various red scraps from unknown sources ~ Scraps of greeny and bluey shades of Bazill card
  • Stamps: Hero Arts Be Jolly cling
  • Ink: Distress Ink Festive Berries & Evergreen Bough ~ Versamark Embossing Ink
  • Embellies: Tim Holtz Holographic Embossing Powder ~ Prima & Hero Arts Poinsettias ~ Jolee’s Boutique Snowflakes & Christmas Tree ~ Recollections Epoxy Snowflakes.
  • Tools: Heat Gun ~ EKSuccess & Martha Stewart Punches



Rudolph Day ~ Make More Than One Christmas Card

Sister Act Challenge ~ Anything Goes

Crafty Hazel’s Christmas Extra Challenge ~ Anything Goes

Completely Christmas ~ Anything Goes w/Embossing

Crafty Catz ~ Winter

Pixies Snippets Workshop ~ Use Up Your Scraps (the red card and some of the greeny card)

Less Is More ~ Jingle All The Way