It also inspires me to get organized and get prepared for the holiday card season. The last few years I've made 75-100 cards for my friends and family. I need lots of space when I start making Christmas cards. I usually start in September or October gathering ideas, stamps, ribbon, die cuts, paper, embellishments and products I'm thinking of using on my holiday cards. I keep them all together in a tote bag. When I'm ready to play around with colors, patterns, and a layout, I have it all in one bag. Once I've decided on a layout and design, I create an assembly line, and do all my paper cutting, stamping, embossing, die cutting, and then put each card together. It makes holiday card making so much easier.
What are you making this month? Whatever it is, take time, go outside, see the leaves changing colors, play in the leaves, take pictures of the beauty around you and enjoy Fall.
Are you celebrating World Card Making Day this weekend?
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