It’s already time to make Christmas cards! Well… I know that some of you are probably already finished but I just can’t find the ‘Christmas card making mood’ when my head (and life) is still in summer mode. But somewhere in November I’ll get the feeling that I want to create something for Christmas. When I was looking for some inspiration I realized that the cute critters trend even continues in the Christmas cards! And I have to admit, those critters are really cute for Christmas!
So let’s spread around some cuteness this week and start with this little fox! I love that his shawl almost looks like a little bow around a present.
Season’s greetings by Francine, image source 1001 cartes
If you want to add a little laughter to your holiday cards, this stamp and die from Sweet ‘n Sassy stamps is great!
Polar Bear card by Sweet ‘n Sassy, image source Sweet ‘n Sassy stamps
Kara doesn’t use the traditional Christmas colors on this card but it does give a real ‘Christmas feeling’. Did you notice the shawl on the bunny? So cute!
Merry Christmas by Kara, image source K and R Designs
And I don’t know how it is in your countries, but here in Holland a lot of people feed the birds in the winter. So a couple of cute birds couldn’t be missing from this post.
Peace on Earth by Anna, image source Creativity Mango
Winter Sparrows by Jenny, image source Make The Day Special
If you don’t want to buy a whole Christmas stamp set you could use the stamp sets you already own. These two projects combine ‘normal’ stamp sets to create a real Christmas scene.
Chicken in a pot by Sandy Allnock, image source Sandy Allnock
Christmas tag by Nichol Magourik, image source blogged by Nichol Magourik
And of course; a little product list to end with so you’ll know where to get these cute little critters!
Winter Penguin by Lawn Fawn
Rockin’ Robin by Clearly Besotted
Winter Woodland by Wplus9
Hello Friend by Janes Doodles
All Wrapped Up by The Alley Way Stamps
Beary Christmas by Sweet ‘n Sassy stamps
That’s all I’ve got to share with you today but if you look around on the blogs these days you’ll find a lot more great inspiration. Have a great time creating! – Lucinde