Scrapbooking Your Holiday Cards

A few weeks back I did a guest post at One Artsy Mama sharing some of my scrapbook pages about holiday cards.  Here’s a shortened version of that post!

As family and friends, and now blog followers know, for the last 5 years, I designed my own Holiday Cards. I start them in August (Vistaprint always has a good sale!) and have them ready to send by the first week in December.

Not only do I send these cards, but I also make sure to include a scrapbook page about them in my yearly books. Here’s are the scrapbook pages for the last 5 years of Holiday Cards. Below is photo you can also find a link where you can order the design.


Available for purchase: Ho Ho Hoot Greeting Card

(supplies: letter stickers: Ek success)


Available for Purhcase: Sweet Holidays Cupcake Card

(supplies: Letter stickers: Target dollar spot, Hat Sticker: Jolee’s)


Available for Purchase: Classifieds Christmas Card 

(supplies: Patterned papers and label sticker: Martha Stewart Crafts, Border and snowflake stickers: K&Company, letter stickers: Creative memories) 


Available for Purchase: Holiday Snail Mail

(supplies: patterned papers and airmail sticker: Martha Stewart Crafts) 


Available for Purchase: Home For the Holidays

(supplies: Punches: Ek Tools, Letter stickers: American Crafts)

Do you scrapbook your holiday cards?? How do you document them?

Sharing With:

Polka dot pretties, The Gingerbread Blog, Little Inspiration, Happy Hour Projects, 4 You With Love, The Southern Institute, Someday Crafts

2 Comments on Scrapbooking Your Holiday Cards

  1. Marilyn
    December 1, 2012 at 12:17 pm (2 years ago)

    These are awesome! I LOVE the 2007 Owl card and my daughter would love the 2008 cupcakes. I’m having a homemade holiday link party with prizes and I thinks this would be a great project to link up. I’d love for you to stop by. Linking ends 12/3/12 at 11:59 pm Eastern time.

  2. Marilyn
    December 3, 2012 at 12:27 pm (2 years ago)

    I just love these cards and I’m so glad you linked up to the homemade holiday party. Have a wonderful day!



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