tami sanders * paper crafter

tami sanders is a paper crafter that teaches locally and does design work for a few companies…

world card making day!!!


it’s october 1st, which means it’s also WORLD CARD MAKING DAY!!!

 if you are a card maker, you’ll be able to find ideas and inspiration ALL over the web today!

i’ve got 2 cards to share with you today. both are holiday cards which will hopefully inspire you to busy crafting YOUR own holiday cards NOW – before the downhill slide to Christmas begins!

 i love vintage holiday decorations! i scour flea markets, estate sales and antique shops looking for old holiday decor. so i was REALLY excited when REMINISCE released it’s new holiday collections DEAR SANTA and A CHRISTMAS STORY, both of which have a very nostalgic retro look and were used for this pair of Christmas cards.

other products featured in these cards are Smooch Spritz, ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink, Top Boss Embossing Pad and Top Boss Embossing Powder, all from CLEARSNAP.

the stamps and paper lace stickers are from HOT OFF THE PRESS.

here is a slideshow with a closer look at the cards and the details…

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i’m keeping this post short and sweet as there are over TWO hundred blogs participating in the Paper Craft Magazine’s WCMD Blog Hop!

click HERE to view the list of ALL the blogs participating in Paper Crafts Magazine’s WCMD Blog Hop!!! and be SURE you visit the CLEARSNAP BLOG if you haven’t already! i have a card up there as well and if you leave a comment under my post, you’ll be entered to win a prize pack in celebration of WCMD!


6 thoughts on “world card making day!!!

  1. These are fantastic cards. I was feeling all Christmassy but in the UK we are in the middle of a very unseasonal heat wave and so it feels like July/August now! Becky c

  2. Love the cards! Vintage Christmas stuff always makes me smile :) -Amanda

  3. I love this! The card with the doily background is amazing! Such great cards! –amy http://www.abstractsmixedwithextracts.com

  4. Thaqt Santa brings back memories – I remember those images from the 1940’s. Thanks for showing.