I know, I know – many of you have finished making, signing, addressing and mailing your Christmas Cards. I also know that some of us will be working on this in the weeks to come! So over the next few days I will continue to post lovely cards from the Serendipity Stamps Design Team. Maybe you need to whip up some quick ones? Or maybe you want to make that extra special little work of art. Here is some inspiration.
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The card above was created by DT member Julie Warner using our Winter Homestead and Merry Christmas Stamps. The card below was created by DT Alumni Anya Schrier using our Cardinals stamp.
To all of you – I offer my prayers for a day filled with blessings that carry on through each and every day to come.
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Design Team member Marybeth Lopez made the card above using our Turkey Large, Thanksgiving ($1), Leaf Pops stamps, and Oak Leaf and Blessings dies.
Today the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog is featuring “Part 2″ of our Design Team’s focus on holiday cards. Of course you’ll see lots of Christmas cards, but you’ll see cards for other holidays too. Be sure to submit your own holiday card by Dec 7th to our challenge for your chance to win our random drawing for a $20 Gift Certificate!
The card above was created by DT member Miriam Napier using our Bayleaf Wreath Large and Merry Christmas Casual Small stamps (this is on our $1 Cling Sale!). Below is a gallery with lots more holiday cards!
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The cards below feature these Serendipity Stamps:
Present With Bow, Christmas Dove, Candy Canes with Holly, Winter Walk, Merry Christmas, Holly With Frame, Merry Merry, Happy New Year, Shell Wreath Large, Heart Bouquet, Jar Label, Easter Tree, Happy Mother’s Day Stitched, Summer Flower Pops, Happy Father’s Day, Fish.
I’m posting examples of Holiday cards this month to inspire everyone to create and enter your Holiday Cards (with at least one SS image) in our November Challenge! Here are two new ones for you.
The card above was created by Serendipity Stamps Design Team member Jenny Gropp using our Ornament Die and our Peace die.
The card below was created by DT member Jeanne Jachna using our Sweet, Valentines, and Mini Scroll Heart Dies .
The gorgeous card above was created by Angela and posted on her blog fromthetoolshed. I noticed this card on Splitcoaststampers.com and thought it was just stunning! Angela used our Poinsettia Large stamp. Look at all that fussy cutting! Angela did a beautiful job.
The card below (inside and out) was created by DT member Miriam Napier. She used our Shamrock Die, Lucky Die, and Happy St. Patty’s stamp.
Be sure to enter your Holiday Card in Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog for your chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate!
This month Serendipity’s Stamps Challenge Blog is asking you to submit Holiday Cards – easy right? You’re probably making some anyway! I’ll be posting lots of examples of cards to inspire you. Make your own Holiday card (any Holiday!) using at least one Serendipity Stamps image, submit it to our Challenge Blog and you’ll get feedback from our Design Team to let you know they’re favorite things about your design. PLUS you’ll have a chance to win our blog badge or a $20 Gift Certificate to use at Serendipity Stamps! All for doing something you were going to do anyway!
The beautiful card above was created by DT member Vickie Zimmer using our Bird Die and Stamp Set. This die is great for all sorts of cards from Christmas to Baby to Sympathy. The card below was created by DT member Marybeth Lopez using our new Christmas Tree Farm stamp.
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Serendipity Stamps’ Holiday Card Challenge!
Today we begin a new challenge at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog. Make a holiday card! You’re probably making a bunch anyway right? Some of us like to make clean and simple cards like the one above (but look again – it’s clean, but not so simple is it?). Others of us like to take our time and create a little work of art like the one below. You’ll find both styles and everything in between from our Design Team on the Challenge Blog today. Head over there to see, then create your own Holiday card using at least one Serendipity Stamps image and submit it for your chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate or our Blog Badge!
On the card above SSDT member Karen Amidon used our Ornament and Joy dies to create this stunning card. Notice how she inlaid the Joy within the ornament? On the card below, Julie Warner used our Snowman with Birds, Snowflake, and Baby It’s Cold stamps to create this fun accordion card!
The winner of our random drawing of one commenter from our November Release Blog Hop is Susie Sonnier – her blog is Cajun Queen Crafts! Susie – contact me at email@example.com to find out how to claim your $20 Gift Certificate!
Did you miss the hop? Just scroll down a bit to see the list of hop spots – just hop through to see lots of great samples from our new release. The card above was created by DT Alumni Birgit Edblom using our new Snowman With Umbrella stamp and Snow Die.
Have you checked out Tracey’s 25 Days of Christmas Tags Challenge yet? Wow! You should see all the sponsors! And of course Serendipity Stamps is one too! Today you can see several tags from our amazing Design Team – Click the Badge below to see them in full! Then submit your own tag for a chance to win!
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