Is it too late to share Christmas cards?

I just wanted to pop these cards in between my new Mini catalog cards. I actually got all my Christmas cards made and sent before Christmas this year – WOW!! But I never got a chance to share some of them with you, so I thought I’d do that…a little late.

I used the Feels Like Frost DSP that carried over from last year’s Christmas catalog. I’d make a few cards with it last year, but had plenty left to create some more. Many people overlooked this DSP in last year’s catalog, including me. The catalog didn’t do justice to this incredible paper! Unfortunately it retired January 4, but I have more so I may make some winter birthday cards next.

Here’s the set of 9 cards I made with the DSP. Simple, fast and beautiful winter scenes. My camera and lighting were acting up and I couldn’t get “true” colors for them, but they are still so pretty. (BTW-my dear sweet hubby got me a new camera and lights for Christmas and my birthday. Well, I really got them, but he told me to! LOL!) So my future card pictures should be much better!

Thanks for stopping by to see my belated cards I made with the Feels Like Frost DSP. I also made some darling cards using the Tag Buffet kit, but I forgot to take any pictures! The tags made such cute cards! If that kit ever shows up on the Clearance rack, be sure to get one!

Be sure to check out the new Mini Catalog with all the new products.  And don’t forget to take advantage of Sale-a-Bration with all the DSP and stamp sets you can earn.

 

Hugs to all of you and happy stamping!

Janice B

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