Thank you for joining me for Cards of Christmas Past – Part 3. What a trip down Memory Lane these past three days have been for me! During my search for the cards themselves, I encountered Muffy and Brody memories from when they wrote the blog posts. What fun! There were series like “Buried Treasure”, where I featured a card from the past and “On the CASE”, where I CASEd a card from the catalog. There was “From Me to You in ….”, where I posted cards made in 30 minutes or less. Those were the days! Hopefully I can bring back some of these in 2023. Now let’s finish our journey!
2017 – 2022
Stars and metallics were on trend!
Poinsettias are always lovely on holiday cards!
The Detailed Dove dies will always be among my favorites!
Holly is always a hit!
I’ve always been “mad about plaid”!
Santa and elves are always fun!
In the meadow we can build a snowman, as long as we have snowflakes!
Oh, deer…and a moose!
Trees, trees, and trees!
I tried my hand at punch art gnomes!
I also had fun faux watercoloring these “mid-century modern” cuties!
And hopefully all my holiday cards brought good tidings of great joy!
I hope you enjoyed this three-day trip down memory lane. I know I plan on recreating some of these cards using current stamp sets and papers. What fun! And hopefully they have inspired you, too! If you missed them, be sure to check out Cards of Christmas Past – Part 1 and Cards of Christmas Past – Part 2!
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Thank you so much for sharing all of your wonderful cards through the years. I loved them, too bad we aren’t able to get some of the stamps, I particularly loved the tree in Part 2 near the stars, not the three trees but the one before it. It looks SO real and beautiful. Merry Christmas to you and Best wishes for a wonderful year ahead!
I loved the trip down memory lane! Gorgeous cards! I remember many of them! Merry Christmas!
Memory Lane Parts 1, 2, and 3 were fabulous!
Thank you again!
Wow lady these ideas are super, glad you shared.. I have some of these sets and will need to look back at these ans make them.
Love your dog blogs, they have such personality
Ann, thank you for sharing all of those beautiful cards! I see at least two cards that I cased. Merry Christmas.
So enjoyed the trip down memory lane…the stamps and the cards are still awesome. New stamps arrive, but the old ones survive. Best of all were the thoughts of beloved fur friends who may leave our lives, but never our hearts.
Thank you, Ann and Merry Christmas! The new year awaits!
Me too – she’s so gifted!
I recognized so many cards that I CASEd from you! I still love them today. You have always been my design inspiration, ever since I discovered your blog. May you and your family enjoy a wonderful Christmas! And from one retired teacher to another, be glad you don’t have to write lesson plans during your Christmas break!
Absolutely beautiful. My 275 cards are done for this year but I’m definitely inspired to try and case some of these next year. Thank you for sharing your talents with us. Merry Christmas
Wow! What an array! I’m very impressed!
Ann, these are my favorite cards. You are a master of card making. Merry Christmas.