So, I've been in the mood to turn on the Christmas music lately. Is it too early? I have refrained, but I'm not sure how much longer I can wait. Well, maybe it is too early for Christmas music, but it's not too early to start thinking about Christmas cards and projects! The Pocket Chicks are here for you today with some great holiday inspiration using this week's spotlight, Saint Nick Cards patterned paper.
Receipt Holder by Lisa Andrews
Lisa says, "The Saint Nick cards were prefect for filling the spaces on this receipt holder. I just cut up the Saint Nick cards page, slipped the cards into the receipt hold and added a few photos and embellishments. I love it when a product makes simplifies crafting!"
Christmas Card Set by Suzanne Sergi
Suzanne explains, "There are so many different creative uses for the Saint Nick Cards. I love using a few of them onto a scrapbook page to tell a story, or simply as is, to hold my journaling. However, this time, I decided to use them on cards, and on a Christmas goody sack. Some of them already have preprinted sentiments that make it easy to create a card. This time I used the images to layer my sentiments, and embellishments to create two Christmas cards. I also altered a simple paper bag with the Saint Nick collection, and use one of the cards to tuck into my ribbon. A simple way to embellish the holiday paper sack, and to layer embellishments."
Christmas Cards by Yuki Shimada
Yuki says, "I made three Christmas cards using the Saint Nick cards patterned papers. You can create a lots of cute Christmas cards quickly with this paper! I always cut the cards patterned papers into an each card before working on my projects. I picked 6 cards for my projects this time. For my Ho Ho Ho card, I first put the most favorite card to the center, then put the green striped cards cut into half to the both sides. I love the traditional striped ribbon and the border chipboard from the Saint Nick collection.
For this card, I cut out the center part of the card and used it for the title. Added some Filter Embellishments and the Glitter Cuts because I love the feminine touch for those items. The green pom pom trim is from the To The Moon collection.
My kids love the color combination of sky blue and red, so I made this card. The red pompom ribbon is from the Off To School collection, and the blue pompom is from the Beach Babe collection. The hanging stockings and the heart chipboard are really cute!"
I hope you got some great ideas while visiting today! Come back again on Friday for more ideas with another 1 Product, 2 Ways post.