I have someone in mind for this card, but I can't tell you why, because that would give away who, and then the whole surprise falls apart. So there.
Die cut cards aren't practical if you're making 200 of the same card, but when you're just creating one of each they are the PERFECT Christmas card!
I did a little die shopping in September after I airtabled all of my stamps and dies, because it became apparent that I had two holes in my die range - standalone shape dies (meaning dies that don't just match a stamp set but stand on their own) and all word dies, especially holiday words.
Well I fixed that with Impression Obsession's die release - SHAZAM! Someone is ready for Christmas, and that someone is MOI.
So I smooshed Wild Lilac ink all over some white cardstock and spritzed it with water and then cut it with this adorable Santa die. You have to admire that little girl's pluck - getting up on the rooftop to get her PRESSIE. She's going places, that one.
Then I cut the ho ho ho out of black cardstock. I mounted both on a strip of silver, no shed glitter paper and then onto a white cardbase. SUCH a quick Christmas card.
How do you do your holiday cards, if you send them? Same one to everyone? Photo cards? (I love those) or different cards? I'd love to hear.
You can check out the rest of the IO release here.