Card Design Highlights from December

As we've come to the end of 2020, I wish you all a new year filled with great personal growth, love, friendship, and many joys! It's been a tough year on many levels and no one has really been exempted from the chaos the world has experienced. We don't know what 2021 has in store, but I certainly have learned that personal inner strength, family, friends, and simple pleasures are what truly helped me get through this year.

I am so appreciative of the crafting community we've built around my digital images. I am so honoured to have so much support and absolutely love seeing all your creativity with my images. I am looking forward to much more creativity and community building in 2021!

Here are some of the amazing cards that our design team have created this month. There has been so much beautiful creativity this month, so definitely take a scroll down!

Lisabeth pulls together a very cute card using the Paper Boat digital stamp. Handwritten text over the paper boat create the perfect detail and really ties this design together perfectly!

Jennifer has a stunning talent when it comes to colouring, and it's more than evident in this gorgeous piece using the snowman from the Christmas Ornaments digital stamp. A subtle, soft background gently frames the snowman and allows it to take centre stage.

Using the Penguin Chill digital stamp, Fabiola creates a magical and wintery card, perfect for a special friend! She uses a soft colour palette that really lets the design shine through.

Layers of texture and embellishments bring this stunning card to life! Faye uses The Little Sled digital stamp and colours with a traditional Christmas palette that brings together a truly beautiful and classic Christmas card for young or old!

Using one of the most popular selling Christmas stamps this year, Betty designs a gorgeous and glowing card using The Nativity digital stamp. With a simple sentiment, this beautiful card is meaningful and special!

Meghan beautifully pulls together this fun Christmas card using the Santa Boy digital stamp. She layers fun, coordinating papers and colours with a classic Christmas palette that make this card perfect for young or old!

A stunning light-up nativity card by Laurie is cleverly assembled to show dimension and warmth. She explains her process on her blog and has truly blown us away with this magical design using The Nativity digital stamp!

Elin designs a simple and sweet gift tag using the Koala Christmas digital stamp. With her minimalist style, she brings attention to the cute drawing with a stitched border and classic embellishments.

Using the Letter to Santa digital stamp, our guest designer Rachel Alvarado has made an absolutely adorable card! With a bright blue background that helps the stamp design pop, this Christmas card is sure to delight.

Combining two stamps, Sheila has created a beautiful scene with Animal Parade and Giraffe & Bird digital stamps. With bright colours and a cute sentiment, this card works for many occasions!

Michelle's bright colour palette and simple design allows for the Birthday Girl digital stamp to be centre focus. I love the alternative colours for a little girl!

Soft pastel colours help this non-traditional Christmas card stand out! Noelene uses the Snow Friends digital stamp with pinks and blues, while she embellishes with coordinating flowers.

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Wonderful designs…love every single one of them. Look forward to seeing what comes up for January!

Wendy Waldorf

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