Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Still Going Gangbusters! Part II

Here are several more Christmas cards I wanted to show you before the year was out (which will be any minute now won't it?).   You'll be pleased to know that there are only a small handful of cards left to post as well as several wine bottle tags, and a selection of other holiday bits and bobs remaining to share and that will be this year done. Time sure does fly.  I always say that I wish I had gotten a wriggle on in my Christmas crafting sooner in the year as I do end up having really enjoyed myself when it is all done and dusted.  Yes, I must admit, I do get a wee bit sad about packing up my holiday goodies until next year as quiet as it's kept.  I am forever saying that I will start earlier and just leisurely potter away at making Christmas cards throughout the year, but I don't.  Sigh.  Oh well...maybe one day. 

Thanks so very much for stopping by.  Happy Holidays Lovely Ones!  Much cheer! x










21 comments:

Joyce said...

Wow, Jen. How do you do it? So many cards, each one gorgeous and complicated, and no two alike. You have such a great sense of style. I love them all.

Deb said...

I agree with Joyce. Every card you create is so intricate and beautiful. You do such a fabulous job creating in your unique style. I could never do that. And thank you for your kind words on my cards. You are super, super sweet.

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

They are all so lovely. I really love the image of the Santa in the Vintage car!!! All your designs are lovely

Heather Jensen said...

They are all beautiful Jen. I love the them all equally. :)
Merry Christmas!
Hugs,
Heather

Elena said...

Amazing! It's a wonder you don't burn out - creating cards like that at the last minute!! I especially love the front & center die envies you made - so cute!

Michelle said...

I was watching TV the other night and they were talking about the new shows that are coming out January 15th and February something and I'm like why are they telling us this now? That's like 6 months away. Um...I guess it's just a few short weeks away. It's almost next year! How did that happen??! Anywhoo....you put so many many details in to your cards, Miss Jenn....so much texture and color...and love.

carol (krillsister) said...

Gosh, these are stunning. Each one is beautiful. Love your images, ribbons and bows & other embellishments.
I love your creative use of the Front & Center die.

Marybeth said...

Jen ! Beautiful cards and all so different, don't know how you do it. I was going to pick a favorite but can't they are all beautiful. Hope you have a wonderful Merry Christmas.

Marybeth said...

Jen ! Beautiful cards and all so different, don't know how you do it. I was going to pick a favorite but can't they are all beautiful. Hope you have a wonderful Merry Christmas.

Mayol said...

Jen, each of your cards just leave me breathless! These are gorgeous! Love the embossing and the background stamping. I just can't help but go ooh and aahh from one card to the next. I always look forward to your posts :) You are so talented! Must try to case your cards next year :) Oh, i also feel sad keeping my Christmas papers and stamps now, i almost can't wait for the next one. Thanks so much for leaving lovely comments on my posts. Wishing you happy holidays, dear!

Terri said...

They are all wonderful. I especially like your use of the front and center die. Happy Holidays!

Lorraine said...

Wow, wow, such gorgeousness! They are all so unique and beautiful! I love the die cuts, inking and detailing on each one!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Oh my Jen! Another stunning collection of beautiful cards! Love the mix of stamps and patterned papers! Thanks for the inspiration and Happy Holidays!

Cathy Weber said...

How in the world do you make so many unique cards, each one a work of art? I love all of these cards, but my favorite is that snowman! I love that the word Joy is cut out in the center. I have to look for that die! Beautiful cards, Merry Christmas.

misstreez said...

I had a lovely wander thru your last few papges on you blog. love the pretty papers and things you used to make your Cjhristmas cards. Love the non traditional, feminine look. Very pretty. I'd love to see what you create with your bird die ;)

Anna (doctorfoodie) said...

Oh my gosh, Jen, each one of your creations is such a gem! You are one talented lady!! I love how you used the holiday lights all around the perimeter of the card, and the front and centre die peekaboo is such a clever idea. Thanks for sharing!

Kelly S. said...

Fave from Card Blitz 2? The little pocket card with the Love Lives Here boughs all perfectly stamped along the edges....amazing!

Cheryl said...

Wowza! This is a gorgeous collection of cards!

Shazsilverwolf said...

What a glorious collection of Christmas cards- truly stunning.

Marybeth said...

Just wanted to say Happy New Year to you!

Ted said...

Jen! Please, please share a tutorial on how you used the front & center die as an envelope. I can probably figure out how to fold mine in half, but what are the dimensions of the inside card, etc? Gah! I love that! Need to make me one. :) May you have a blessed 2012!