Here is a quick look at some of the cards that have shipped in one of my latest card collections. Each month, I try to stick with a theme for each set of cards I create....I function much better when everything matches, or at least blends. I name each collection, mainly to keep all of the orders straight to ensure that a client doesn't receive the same collection twice.
Sweet Sorbet Collection I:
When I make a collection, I only make enough for ten packages. That means that once a collection is sold out, it is gone forever. This ensures that the cards you receive really are unique. Unlike a store-bought card, you won't run the risk of giving the same card as someone else when you give an eWillow.com greeting card. Here is a closer look at one of my favorite cards from this collection:
Our quarterly card package has been a big hit! Many have ordered them as gifts. A box of handmade greeting cards makes a unique gift that the recipient can actually put to good use. One-time card packages are also available. When you place your order, there is a place in the checkout process where you can add a special message. We are happy to oblige! Make a list now so you're ready to place your orders before the holidays...they will be here before we know it. Ugh!
Treat yourself this Christmas to tons of clearance items from Stampin' Up! So many new items were added to their Clearance Rack over the past couple of days. Here is a sample of a card I made with Letters to Santa Designer Series Paper. It is currently on clearance for only $4.39 (when you order online from this site.)
In addition to Designer Series Papers, there are several stamp sets, ribbons, Sizzix dies, punches, and embellishments from which to choose.
I treated myself, so much so that I think it might be shipping in more that a couple of boxes. Shhh...don't tell Santa. Best part though is that everything I ordered is all for YOU! I plan on using all of the supplies to make cards upon cards upon cards for your card packages. Can't wait to show you my new collections in 2013.
I was so excited when I found the perfect envelopes for our client who prefers to send out big Christmas cards. What I mean by "big" is that he prefers the cards to be 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" instead of the usual 5-1/2" x 4-1/4". I came up with this card, which is based on a card that is featured on page 20 of Stampin' Up's 2012 Holiday Catalog.
He was thrilled!
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...and buy a couple of these 2012-13 planners that are on clearance for $1.48. Set them aside for a few days. I am going to show you how you can use them to make a really nice gift-card holder just in time for the holidays. Make sure you buy the size that looks like it could hold a checkbook.
The gift-card holder will be able to accommodate several gift cards. The recipient can keep the nice pleather case with her (or him) and have the gift cards on them all the time.
Remember, go to Target NOW! 75% off! (And since Halloween has passed, you can probably score some candy at half-off.)