Sunday, November 16, 2014

Holiday mail for Heroes

Greetings and thanks for stopping by.

I'm totally commented to producing as many cards for heroes as I can...encouraging others to join me. I have asked the membership of our Woman's club to take a card and add a personalized message of thanks and sign it....I will then mail them to the Red Cross by December 6th. I even printed out several sentiments for examples to encourage a heartfelt thank you to our military personal for the many sacrifices they have made to ensure our freedom. The Grand kids will come by on Saturday to create their own personal thanks and holiday wishes.

I love these embossed embellished popped up paper pieced snowmen.

I totally copied this'll find it on Christmas card board

I love the metallic American craft card stock.

Stamped, heat embossed, dry embossed and popped up with die cuts.

Aren't these little presents adorable in this golden sleigh?

 I fussy cut this embossed tree adding the golden ornaments, presents and garland.

I cut several of these cute little penguins and added the red glittered cap. Adding TH enamel accents then using the heat gun to puff it up.

more enamel accents on a die cut Merry Christmas.

 I chalked this embossed and punched topper adding more die cuts.

 This much used Merry Christmas die works on many cards.

More metallic card stock dry embossed.

My space is set up to mass produce...with 3 stations...stamping...die cutting....and assembling. I'm ready to play.

If you're interested in joining the fun here's the link:

Be well ~ Carole


  1. More fabulous cards Carole, love the sound of your production line!! xx

  2. Wow fab sounding production set up! Loving all your cards! Hugs Carole Z X

  3. So impressive, Carole!! You are a Christmas-card-making machine! I feel like this IS a Pinterest board, there are so many wonderfully inspirational cards! And you, too, are inspirational in your commitment to bringing love and messages of thanks to the services. Bless you! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!! Hugs, Darnell


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