*Stampin' in a winter wonderland*
Thats what I felt like this weekend. The snow JUST KEPT coming DOWN!
The boys and I had a grand time with snow angels and making snowmen and shoveling the driveway. And we cleaned off the car with a snowball fight. The snow was so wet that it made immediate snowballs - PERFECT!
Here's a photo out my front window before all the footprints and snowball making.
For post number 5 of my 10 weeks of Christmas series, I want to highlight some VERY easy card and gift tag projects.
Snow Festival Designer Tags Kit
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Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags - 25 double-sided tags for $4.95
The Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags are great for Christmas cards or tags. To make it even easier, you are able to order the cards in a kit. Each kit comes with 20 white notecards and envelopes, a package of snow festival designer printed tags, a package of rhinestones and coordinating cut embossed cardstock to make 20 cards. Kit is $25 and available until December 14th. I found the Greetings of the Season stamps perfectly coordinate with this project.
Snow Festival Designer Series Paper
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Snow Festival Designer Series Paper - 12 sheets for $13.50
The Snow Festival Designer Series Paper comes with 12 double-sided sheets of printed paper (two each of six designs). Two of the sheets have 16 3x3 squares (see upper right) that are perfect for little cards and tags. The easiest way to make the cards is to cut 12 x 12 white cardstock into 8 pieces each measuring 6" x 3" and then adhere the square. For the tags just punch a hole in the corner and add "to" "from". With these two sheets you can make 32 cards and tags. You will also have additional paper left over to make other cards and tags or to use in a Christmas album.
With these easy projects my hope is that you won't have to miss out on a minute of all the snowy fun :)