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December 3, 2013

Eight Easy Christmas Cards

Good Morning, Sheila here from She's A Sassy Lady. Aren't these cards beautiful. These cards are so simple that you can prepare them and finish them on the run. I cut these cards out on standard A2,  ran them through my Cuttlebug using the new Anna Griffin embossing folder Dancing Holly. I used the leftover scraps to adorn the inside and just made one simple little stamp and the inside was done.

 Then I packed up all the little pieces and my adhesives for the outside of the card placing them in little baggies. I took them to work and finished them on my lunch break.

I used my Zip Dry glue to adhere the wreath to the Joy base.
Then I used foam tape and adhered them to the front of the card.

I used Christmas red stickles for the little bow on the wreath.

Here is a close up of the papers. They are from the DCWV Christmas Memories stack and really looked beautiful on the finished card.

In just a half an hour I had 8 cards completed and finished all the cards I am making this year! I then spent the next 2 days addressing envelopes on my break and then stuffed and have even mailed all 65 of my cards out. I am so thankful they are done!
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