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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

My desk is full of Christmas cards ready to mail...



Every week, crafters from around the world join in on Julia's What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday to snoop at what others are doing. This week, I'm plugging away at filling in all of the Christmas cards I've been making since August. Below, I'm sharing the full-card swaps some of my downline brought to our annual Christmas party. Have a wonderful week!


This is my Dasher card with Jolly Holiday dsp and glitter.

Kim used Serene Snowflakes and two Big Shot dies for her swap

Michelle used Come to Bethlehem stamps


Karen used Jolly Old Saint Nick



19 comments:

Shirley Pumpkin said...
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Maggie's Crafts said...

Fab cards! Thank you for sharing. Pop over to my blog for my candy!

http://maggiescraft.blogspot.com/

Maggie
xx

Sheila said...

I think I'm going to case some cards from you. Love them.

SueH said...

What a fab array of Cards Terry. It’s hard to choose but I think I love the Blue and Green Snowflake card the best, there’s just something about those two colours together that grab me.

I’m looking forward to visiting Aspen too and hoping it’s more successful this year. The last time I was there we drove in and straight out again because we couldn’t find anywhere to park.....mind you, there was a big televised ski event going on at the time.

Sue
x

Jingle said...

Those look fantastic!

butlersabroad said...

Amazing cards, you have talented friends! Lol, we know you do!

Hope you get your white Christmas.

Hugs
Brenda 83

Suzilou said...

Oh my gosh what a fab collection of cards and you have been making them since August! Think I need to pull my finger out next year hehe. Thanks for the peek at your fantastic collection.

Suzilou #98

Vicki B in OP NY said...

You truly have the Christmas spirit year 'round if you started in summer - I admire that. Love your talent and beautiful cards. thanks for the inspiration.
Vicki #95

Tracey Brossart said...

Wow what beautiful cards!! I wish I would have started in the summer, I didn't start on mine till last week...lol! :)

jude said...

Wow what a beautiful aray of stunning christmas cards .Ive vowed to start in jan so next year if get ill like now i wont have to worry,it will make the next week much easier if i had done that this year!.
hugs judex3

Marjo said...

Super cute cards! Thanks for the peek and sharing, hugs Marjo #25

Susan Allan said...

You have made some lovely cards. It is so lovely to receive a hand made one...so you will be pleasing lots of people this Christmas.
Sue xx 86

Chrissie said...

What fabulous individual Christmas cards. I'm afraid that with just a few exceptions I have a bit of a production line going for mine!
Chrissie #1

Sherry Goodloe said...

What a busy lady you have been! Your cards are all just so GORGEOUS.

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to you. Stop by when you get a chance. I'm #85 this week.

Julia Dunnit said...

YOu are doing such a fab job on plugging the gap, these cards are just fab..particulalry love the one with dasher as a partial image.

Serendipity Stamping said...

You have some fabulous cards on display there. I started out in January and then things went south, LOL. Thanks for sharing your cards and all your lovely swaps as well. #79

Amanda said...

What lovely cards and so organised to have been making them since August. Your downline made some lovely cards as well.
Amanda

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

As someone who is not a card maker, I'm in awe of these cards. They are stunning and so dimensional. You brought the spirit of Christmas to this post, that's for sure (#4).

Sandra said...

Wow!! Look at all those cards!! You accomplished what I wish I had done: begin my production in August! Nice beautiful cards!

Thanks for sharing!

Sandra #107