It’s time for my monthly video feature over at Simon Says Stamp – Doodling With Debby. It is that time of year where the to-do list can seem unending! I can’t believe I am so far behind this year with not a single card written yet, and I know I still need to make more cards too. When time gets tight, my productivity ramps up by batch creating Christmas cards! I used the new Ornate Alphabet dies which are designed to go with the matching stamp set, but I used them on their own to pack a punch over a soft stencilled background (Extra Large Dots) and die cut snowflakes (Grace, Lea, Marie) with coordinating sentiments from the Holiday Greetings Mix 1 and Clean Line Christmas sets. I’ve linked all supplies at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used where possible at no cost to you.
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Debby, I absolutely love theses cards. They are so stunning yet so pretty! And fast which is what I need this time of year. Plus, I have all the elements to make them, because I have I have several different alphabet dies, snowflakes, (love SSS snowflake dies!), and I even have a similar doted stencil!) So excited to be able to steal your design. Thanks so much for sharing! Loved the video.
nice simple cards!!
Really beautiful cards! They sure don’t look simple or mass produced – I think I’ll make next years cards using this tutorial. Awesome post!
Great design for batching, Debby. Like the image and color choices…so festive. tfs
These are stunning!
Debby, I was way behind this year on my cards too but finally got them made and sent. These are so beautiful that I am going to make some now for next year. Thanks for the inspiration.
Clean, simple and stunning Debby! I love always the look of white and bright red for Christmas cards.
Thank you so much for sharing your always stunning inspiration.