I'm still in the process of testing out some various ideas for my Christmas cards this year. I kind of want something simple, because we will *hopefully* have moved by Christmas and our cards may double as "we've moved" announcements, which would mean I'll have to make a whole ton of them.
This card was made with only scraps and supplies that I already have. I cut the word "Joy" from Create a Critter at 2 1/2 inches (cut to length of 5 inches). I used white cardstock as the background, and stamped it with a little snowflake rubber stamp. I don't know who makes it; it was given to me in a whole lot of craft supplies that someone I know didn't want anymore. The ribbon is from that same "haul." I used Doodlebug red ink. I'm a novice at pigment ink, so please forgive the few smudges that may be visible in the picture. I tried to cover them with the ribbon.
Although I am still in love with my snowman couple, I think that this card may be closer to what I may make, for Christmas, although not exactly what I will probably end up with. The price would certainly be right- I'd only have to go get a couple of pieces of cardstock and maybe a red dye ink pad. ;)
I'm entering this in the following challenge:
Cooking with Cricut- Christmas in July using scraps