Card Design Highlights from October

This year is truly passing in warp speed and it's hard for me to believe we are now in November! A lot has happened this year for me professional and it's so nice to have finally got back into my art like I once was. 

We have some gorgeous card designs that were created this month and I'm very excited to share a few of the highlights. It would be a bit much to post all the designs right here so if you want to see everything my design team has been up to, be sure to join our very fun Facebook group!

This first card is by Jennifer who is new to our team and a pretty amazing designer! She created a magical scene with our Halloween Owl digital stamp. With a full background and glowing moon, there is something wonderfully special about this card!

Betty has perfectly complimented the Baking Squirrels digital stamp with a rich autumnal colour scheme and topped it off with beautiful coordinating paper and embellishments! 

A wintery box card using the Snowman Hug digital stamp was the creative genius of our very talented designer, Christine. She used a frosty colour palette and snowflake embellishments to pull it all together.

Why not penguins in pink? I love the creative freedom Meghan took in designing this fun card. She use the Penguins digital stamp and perfected it in a simple and bright colour scheme that definitely draws attention!

Elin never ceases to amaze me with her incredible colouring skills! With a simple and clean design, she really made the Letter to Santa Christmas digital stamp pop on the page.

Faye has delicately trimmed the edges of the Monkey Love digital stamp and centered it on the card for a simple but sweet design! With a delicate faded-heart background and heart frame, this design was perfectly planned.

Lisabeth has used the Ice Skating Christmas digital stamp with simple card design to create a beautiful wintery scene. With white snow added on top of the design and a warm sentiment, this card is suited to be given all winter long.

Using non-traditional Christmas colours, Laurie has created a soft and sweet holiday card using the Angels Christmas digital stamp. Layering several pieces of coordinating paper, she has created a sense of movement and dimension in this beautiful card!

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