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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Flexible Cards for December

The December Stamp-a-Stack featured Flexible Cards. What I mean by that is that you could use them as Christmas cards if you wanted to, but they would not have to be Christmas cards.

Its always a challenge this time of year to satisfy everyone's needs. Some people look forward to this event as a source of holiday greeting cards but others don't send Christmas cards.

For the top card we used a Holiday Greeting from a stamp set called Many Merry Messages. As an alternative people could choose any of the sentiments from Heard from the Heart.

This truly is one of the wonderful things about Stampin'UP!  I really appreciate being able to create 1 design and then use it for more than one card. Oh yes, you can argue that we changed the design a little. Bow and snowflake on the right or the left. The row of self Stick Rhinestones under the word or at the end of the sentiment layer. But basically its the same card.
Holiday card made using Stampin'UP!'s Northern Frost Die and the Snowburst Embossing Folder. Card made by StampLadyKatie

Holiday card made using Stampin'UP!'s Northern Frost Die and the Snowburst Embossing Folder. Card made by StampLadyKatie

Stamping at Katie's HouseThe stampers really had fun with this. They had to make so many choices this time. And it was not just choices about sentiment or left and right. These cards really encouraged people to be creative. I'll post some more of what we did later this week.  

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Check back later this week to see more of the flexible cards we did this weekend.

Happy Stamping
--Katie
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