Despite the best of intentions, I only got a portion of my Christmas cards out on time. No worries. That’s what New Year's greetings are for, right? I hope so, because that’s the route I took. I made these cards for some of those on my card list.
Unlike traditional cards, I used a small kraft sack as my card base (instead of paper).
I stamped the word “wishes” and the actual wishes tags using an alphabet set from Clear & Simple Stamps.
I then cut the sack down a little using pinking sheers.
Using a small circle punch, I punched a tab in the bag.
I stamped a few of the things I wish for my friends this year.
I stamped the date on an office tag, using a doily set from Studio Calico and a vintage numbers set from Cavallini & Co. *swoon*
I ADORE these bitty clips from Stampin’ Up! It added just the little detail I was looking for.
For a little texture, I sewed on the wish tags and stitched the tag to the paper sack.
To finish things off, I made envelopes using an envelope template and cardstock. Don’t you LOVE the decorative shipping label? They’re a favorite new item of mine. They’re from TapeSwell.
These 2012 greetings actually came together rather quickly. I had fun looking at cards in a different, less traditional way. I hope you like the idea and will do the same.
Happy 2012! I wish you: