There are so many ways to spread holiday cheer and the Studio U class on November 19th was packed with ideas! From cards to gifts, you’re sure to find something you can use in the coming weeks. And make sure you order now so you have them on hand when you’re ready to share.
Heritage Makers Studio has cards of all sizes and shapes, which may make it hard to decide what to send this year. I’m kind of in love with the shaped cards. Suzy Berg designed this cute Wreath Greeting 5 x 5 Circle Die-Cut card (137953) to look like a holiday wreath. I love how the berries and vines fit so nicely in the scalloped edge.
The Ornamental Season 5 x 7 Brace Die-Cut card (136901) by Brooke Mehr provides several options for including photos on your card. Plus, there’s a 5 x 7 version (136900) that isn’t die-cut, if you like the design but want a standard shape.
Nothing says I love you like chocolate! Well, I’m sure you can think of other things too, but chocolate is a favorite for most people. Heidi Arave created several ways to dress up chocolate, including address labels for the Youngevity Triple Truffle chocolates. You can choose from four designs or use all four – Wonderful Time of the Year (138575), Christmas Isn’t a Season (138481), Let It Snow (138482), or Wishing You Joy (138483). Which design is your favorite?
Decorate Your Home
With all that needs to be done during the holidays, decorating should be easy and these ideas definitely are! 11 x 14 prints can be customized, like the Christmas Subway (136452) by Brooke Mehr, or printed as designed, like the Keep Calm and Deck the Halls print (137028) by Brooke Mehr. These prints can be placed in a frame or displayed on a table with an easel. There are multiple designs in the Keep Calm realm so you swap them out over the month.
What I’ve shown you today are just a few of the projects shared during class. You can watch the recording to see all the projects and for tips when creating in Studio (and don’t mind the black screen for the first minute or so, I might have forgotten to share my screen – oops!).
Have a great day spreading holiday cheer!