A Very Merry Christmas to You!

Hi everyone!  Just stopping in with one last holiday card!  I needed something fairly quick and easy as I new I was going to make about 40 of these to send to relatives and some friends.

From My Favorite Things, I used Lisa Johnson’s Stitched Stockings, Whip Cream and Jelly Bean Green cardstock, Wild Cherry and Jelly Bean Green inks and a few different colors of MFT buttons.

On the inside, I stamped a sentiment from Clearly Sentimental about Christmas.

MERRY CHRISTMAS, everyone!  Thanks so much for visiting my blog this year!  I truly appreciate each and every peek!  Looking forward to what’s to come in 2013!  Hugs!

Stamps:  MFT Stitched Stockings (Lisa Johnson Designs) and Clearly Sentimental about Christmas   Ink:  MFT Wild Cherry and Jelly Bean Grean   Paper:  My Favorite Things Wild Jelly Bean Green and Whip Cream, small scrap of green zig-zag pattern   Accessories: MFT buttons, corner rounder.  Finished size 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″.

7 Responses to A Very Merry Christmas to You!

  1. 40?!?!!? What the….? Girl you got it going on! Very cute card by the way. Hugs to you and a very merry Christmas! Mwah!

  2. I love this!! A perfect Christmas card! Those stockings are fabulous!!

    A very Merry Christmas to you Michele!!

  3. Quick, simple, and lovely! Have a very Merry Christmas Michele!

    ps…you did sign your card :)

  4. What a fabulous card to mass produce! Love the added buttons!

    Hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas!!!

  5. I hope your Christmas was awesome, Michele, and I wish you the very best in the New Year!!

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