Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Scentsational Season Cards

Good morning all!  I hope you had a wonderful Tuesday.   I'm sure the elections were disappointing for some and happy for others.  I just am remembering today that Jesus is King no matter who is president!
Today's little post is a set of four Christmas cards made with the Scentsational Season stamp set and the framelits that match. I don't think I've mentioned how easy the framelits are to use.  I have used lots of different dies that have the same idea as the framelits but I gotta tell you...these are the easiest to get a perfectly cut border!  I love this is so fun and casual!  And, yes, these gingerbread men are scented too!   Each of these cards has a Very Vanilla inside layer along with one of the images stamped inside.  I think that makes for a fun surprise inside!  Have you started on your Christmas cards yet?  These are actually for the PEO auction.  I'm doing photo cards this year--gotta share the family wedding photo with everyone!

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Alright, there you have it for today...short and sweet!  I hope you have a wonderful Wednesday.  I have laundry, working out, and then home for the afternoon/evening.  Wednesday is the only day of the week that we don't do any extra running with/for Kyler.  Yay!

Have a great day!Smiley from

SU! products used:
Cardstock:  Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler (have I mentioned it is my fav?), Very Vanilla
Stamps:  Scentsational Season, misc holiday sentiments
Ink:  Gumball Green, Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso
Extras:  Sugar and Spice Embossing Powder, Framelits for the Scentsational Season set, dimensionals


Danni said...

What a sweet little set of cards! Adorable! Hope your day was fabulous!

Kathi said...

These are absolutely adorable! You've given me some great ideas for my Christmas cards!

Donna said...

Girl, you are on a roll. These are adorable! Wish I could smell the gingerbread. What a fun idea!