Do you struggle with procrastination as much as I do?  Especially with those tasks that you don’t particularly enjoy?  I often wonder if it’s a time management problem, or if it’s just that I’m so unsure of what I’m doing that I sometimes just don’t know where to start!

Keeping up with my blog happens to be one of those things.  And here lately, I’ve been the “Master Procrastinator”!!  I love stamping and I really love sharing and hearing from you, but writing isn’t necessarily my forte.

So with all that said, I know you, my faithful customers have been waiting for me to post the Christmas Cards that I will be offering for my Christmas Card Mega Stamp Class coming up in December.  Beginning with this post, I will continue to post 4 new cards each day over the next several days. There will be a total of 20 cards to choose from.  By Monday, November 22, all cards will be up for you to see.  I’ll be sending out a registration form in my next e-mail newsletter.  But in the meantime, save the date!!  I’ll be offering 2 sessions for this class – Saturday, December 4th and Saturday, December 11th.

I do need to express my appreciation to so many creative and talented stampers who are so willing to share their designs.  Many of the Christmas cards I’ll be posting have been designed by other demonstrators.  Several I’ve tweaked just a little to reflect my style, but many are cased with very few changes.  I’ve tried to give credit when the original designer is known.


This card happens to be my favorite of all the Christmas cards I’ve done this year.  It’s very simple, yet also very elegant!


Another beautiful card, but again very simple and easy to make!


This card was designed by the very talented Becky Roberts…you can visit her blog here.  Becky is one of my favorite people….she’s just as sweet as can be and oh so creative!!  🙂


It just wouldn’t be a Christmas Card Class without the offering of this all time favorite Stamp Set.  I’ve used this stamp set in every Christmas Card class that I’ve held for at least the past 5 years.  What will I do if Stampin’ Up! ever retires this set!!

More to come tomorrow….Happy Stamping!

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