Wonderful Winterland village card

Yesterday I shared an adapted Christmas card using one of my Paper Pumpkin kits, see it here. Today’s card is similar, but I used the Hometown Greetings dies and Hearts Come Home stamp set to create another Christmas village scene in navy and white.


Did you see my little painted snowman peeking out from behind the tree? I loved this little pop and if you didn’t look close, you’d miss. Just another surprise for the holidays. I added the retired stitched ribbon and a silver and white “Merry Christmas” ribbon with trees for the Christmas greeting. Very subtle but goes with the elegant navy and white theme of the card.

This is another one of my cards on my Stamp-A-Stamp Christmas cards for December 8 in Houston. This kit makes 8 cards with envelopes (one already done for you) for only $20. Or I’ll finish the 8 cards for you for $30.

Register or order your Christmas and Holiday cards here

Be sure to include how you want to get your cards:

  • Mailed directly to you (flat fee $6). If you purchase up to 3 multiple kits from my Stamp-A-Stack selection, the mailing fee is still $6.
  • Picked-up from me in Houston, free and we can share a cup of coffee while you are here!
  • Attend the Christmas card buffet on Sunday, December 8 from 2-4:30 pm to make your set cards with me and other paper crafters!

Thanks for stopping by today. If you haven’t see the Christmas and Holiday cards you want yet, don’t worry. There are more to come next week!

Janice B at JB Stamper
JBStamper.com
JaniceB.stampinup.net 

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