Monday, November 29, 2010

Handmade Cards

I decided I wanted to make my Christmas Cards this year!
And, I still love rubber stamps!
I know they've gone out of fashion,
but I still get excited when I find a real cute one!
Here's a few of the designs I made!
These are plain and simply,
but that's the way I like things!


Amy said...

I think they are more in fashion than ever right now. Everyone is stamping again. these are very cute, I have to get started today making ours.
We are using my sons artwork this year for ours.
Happy Holidays

Tammy at Tattered and Timeless said...

Oh nonsense. I only keep the ones that people have made. I have a box from all the years past of home made ones. They make me smile.
tammy said...

They are so adorable! What a thoughtful little gift in itself:)
You have inspired me to do this for Valentines day!!!!!!
~Debra XXX
Capers of the vintage vixens

Anne Marie said...

are they "out"??? good gravy....I must be way behind - I think they look great!!
simple yet artistic!!!
Anne Marie

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Cute cards!
Several years ago I bought a lot of supplies to make cards for different occasions and holidays. Made cards for about a year and none since.
Have a great week.

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Love your cards, Theresa. Who said stamps are out of fashion?!! p.s. I'm so with you on keeping it simple :)

Sanctuary Home said...

Your Christmas cards are so cute. I'd rather get a homemade card than a store bought one anyday! Great job!

NanaDiana said...

Just darling...and all the more special because you made them yourself. Anyone can purchase a takes a special person to make each one and personalize it~ Great job! Hugs-Diana

awal.ny said...

I think they are cute, the snowman is my favorite. Don't worry if others are not using them. I would much rather have a handmade card with a hand written note than a computer printed one. STAMP ON!

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I love handmade cards! You did a great job in making them. I'm going to have to start calling you Martha Stewart Jr. haha... Seriously, great idea.

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

Simple and handmade is the way to go! Adorable cards...and fun to make too! :)

Rhonda Roo said...

Sweetness! Love the Snowman and oh lala that tree!

I think cream and black are chic-so you're not just simple, you're simply elegant ;)

Have a great week!

Rhonda Roo

Pat @ My Tattered Elegance said...

Love your cards. It is so much fun to make your on Christmas cards. I did it several years ago and still have one or two of them.
Hope you had a great day.
Hugs, Pat

Blue Creek Home said...

You just make me want to go and start stampin' stuff!!!!
Your cards are perfect - so much more meaningful than some you just grabbed on the go.

Kathy said...

Oh, you silly goose. I don't think rubber stamps go out of style. These cards are darling! Not too much to assault your senses. As Goldilocks said, "They are Just Right."


Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Love your Christmas cards, their sooooo cute!!!
hugs~~~ Daphne

June said...

WHAT??!! They are out of fashion!!! But I have spent millions on them!
I LOVE your sweet cards!!! So cute Theresa.

sharon said...

These are beautiful, thank you, you've encouraged me to think about doing my own cards this year.
My French Country Home

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

Love the 'Santa, I can explain'...too cute!!!


Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

I love these! I especially love the one "Dear Santa, I can explain..."

I can so relate to that for some reason...

Lou Cinda

Deanne said...

Your cards are delightful! So clean and simple and beautiful.

Curtains In My Tree said...

No Honey

Rubber stamps are not out of style.

Just look at Tim Holtz blog he is the king of stamps.

Your cards are sweet I still use my stamps.


rachel said...

These are adorable! Have you tried embossing before? If you haven't, you should try it! You will be hooked! It's so simple and has the neatest effect!

Cindy said...

i LOVE the "dear santa i can explain" and the little snowman with his arms thrown in the air...awesome!


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