One of the birthdays in between the holidays is my mother-in-laws. She lives in an independent senior living community. It's pretty big and she is always in need of a card for someone whether it be birthday, get well, just because, etc.
I made her a set of note cards using rectangular Nestabilities and one of my new favorite sets from the Stampin' Up! catalog called Pocket Silhouettes (item #111672, pg. 98). It's cute, simple, and inexpensive (under $20). I see myself using this set year-round, for any season or occasion. I'm going to include with this set of cards matching envelopes and a book of stamps. I have made sets of cards for others as a gift and it's always a hit! Keep that in mind for that person on your list that is hard to buy for.
I used 4 colors to make this set and they are all Stampin' Up! colors:
Pretty In Pink
I have much more holiday paper-crafting to show you this week, so be sure to check back. Thank you for visiting my blog today! I love to read your comments, so don't be shy to leave me one!
P.S. Don't forget - Stampin' Up! Snow Swirled (item# 111690, pg 32) is on sale this month only at Tiffany's Cardtique. Save -20% through November 30th. Just drop me an e-mail at email@example.com with your order and you'll have it in plenty of time to make your Christmas cards.