One Last Christmas Card

by Meghan Rowe on December 31, 2012, no comments

On this last day of December I am squeezing in one more Christmas card. Here is the card that I sent out to our family and friends, inspired by the ‘I love you’ card in this post at My Paper Secret. It wasn’t too much work to mass produce, and to save my hands from […]

Simply Ornamental

by Meghan Rowe on December 19, 2012, no comments

SU!’s Ornament Punch is one of my favourites, as is this layout (see it here on another card I have done). Debbie Hughes of Lime Doodle made this card, and as you can see I have changed almost nothing – does sentiment placement count? Stamps: SU!, Hero Arts Paper: SU! Ink: SU! Accessories: SU!

Christmas in Red

by Meghan Rowe on December 12, 2012, one comment

A crowd pleaser for those who like a more rich and traditional feel to their Christmas cards. Stamps: Hero Arts Paper: SU! Ink: SU! Accessories: SU!, Spellbinders

Toddler Crafts: Christmas Tree Button Ornaments

by Meghan Rowe on December 5, 2012, one comment

This year I made an ‘Advent Activity Calendar’ for my children, mainly for my daughter who is three and can now participate in and understand a little more about Christmas. Here, at my other blog Paper Beautiful you can see pictures of our advent calendar, and a list of the activities. Today’s activity was to ‘make a […]

Merry Christmas

by Meghan Rowe on December 5, 2012, no comments

I made this card as a giveaway for a recent workshop. Such a quick and easy design, and isn’t that designer paper lovely? It comes as part of a paper stack available in SU!’s Holiday Mini catalogue. Stamps: Hero Arts Paper: SU! Ink: SU! Accessories: From my Stash

Christmas Advent Calendar & Activity List

by Meghan Rowe on December 3, 2012, no comments

What a wonderful and fun way to celebrate Advent with our children! The daily activity is printed on the back of each card, which measure 2.75″ x 3.5″. I took an existing picture out of one of our Ikea frames and used it to anchor the calendar on the wall; without the frame the calendar looked […]