Three more easy Christmas cards to make this holiday!

Ready to think about your Christmas card designs for the year? I've got three more easy-to-mass-produce ideas for you! We made these cards at Christmas Club last month and the ladies loved the variety of styles represented. Which one is your favorite?

Christmas holiday handmade cards Painted Christmas Stampin Up

Those who love the traditional red and green appreciated this Christmas Season card with the classic pine boughs and pine cones images. The sentiment is from a new set called Heartfelt Wishes–I love the font style! It has sentiments for all your fall and winter occasions as well as classic sayings you'll use all year round.

The Christmas Season bundle comes with dies to cut out the pine boughs, pinecones and several large labels and banners–between that and the nature/masculine uses of the images, I personally think it's one of the most versatile holiday sets you can get!

On to our next design, which is a completely different feel!

Christmas holiday handmade cards Peaceful Cabin Stampin Up

It's hard to beat a snowy mountain cabin for setting a cozy scene and bringing up memories of snuggling by a fire. the Peaceful Place suite has a fantastic new stamp set called Peaceful Cabin (get it with or without the coordinating dies) that I've been really enjoying. Add textures for a more natural look, or bling it up with glittered snowbanks for a little glamour.

if you want even quicker cabins, get the coordinating background papers. You'll be able to whip your holiday cards into shape in no time flat!

Ready for another completely different design? Isn't it awesome how versatile stamps are? No matter what your personal style, level of expertise, or available time to create, there's a card idea for you!

Christmas holiday handmade cards snowflake lasercut Stampin Up

For this fancy fold card, we used the best-kept secret weapon in the busy Christmas-cardmaker's tool box–the gorgeous laser-cut iridescent snowflakes from the new Whimsy & Wonder suite collection. I'm seriously like on my 10th package of these and it's only October! It's just so awesome not having to poke out all those little pieces.

They are not only intricate and shiny, you can flip the snowflakes over to the matte side and sponge or color them any shade you like. We used Highland Heather and Balmy Blue ink pads with sponge daubers on this version. I wish it showed up a little better in the photograph, because they are stunning!

There you go–that's nine completely different Christmas looks for the year so far. See the first in this series and the second. It's almost time for another set of three… let that be a warning, fall is moving FAST! If you need help settling on a design for your personal holiday cards this year, contact me! There's something for everyone in this year's mini catalog.

Need a mini catalog? Email me for a free one! or click here to view the PDF online.

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