Loving What I Do, Sharing What I Love!!!

Stamping, www.LaurasStampPad.com

I loved this moment – stamping with my Mom and my Niece!!!! Here we are making my Mom’s Christmas Cards! I love stamping and what could be better than stamping with those that I love! Every year, my Mom and I make her Christmas Cards. Usually we do it on Thanksgiving Day while the turkey is in the oven but all of the family will be in town this year so we thought we would do them on a different day! My Mom picked three different styles for her cards this year. We cranked out 50 cards, 3 styles, 3 people, in less than 3 hours (I did do the pre-cutting though). Stamping with others and stamping in multiples is so much easier! Here are the samples of the cards that we created!

Manger Christmas Card, www.LaurasStampPad.com

So this one was created in Night of Navy and the baby and the star are from a stamp set that was available last year – First Christmas. My Mom bought the set last year and we never got to use it! But the greeting was from my FAVORITE Holiday Set – Greetings of the Season!

Special Season, www.LauraStampPad.com

This card is so amazing and the picture doesn’t do it any justice! This card uses Smokey Slate Cardstock, Winter Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper, Silver Glimmer Paper, Silver 1/8″ Ribbon, Pearls, and the Special Season Stamp Set!

Calm Christmas, www.LaurasStampPad.com

This one was the easiest one! Super Simple and Amazing! We made the most of these (30). The card features Coastal Cabana, Island Indigo and Whisper White Cardstock! The Stamp Sets are Calm Christmas and Greetings of the Season!

I hope these cards gave you some inspiration for the Holidays and I encourage you to share what you love with your family and friends!!!

Happy Stampin’


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