Holiday Goodness – Mini Style
As I mentioned yesterday, I’ve been working on adding and uploading new items to the Etsy Shop. Today I will highlight three additions which all happen to be mini cards.
First up is one that features a stacked sentiment which reads “Warmest Winter Wishes” in sharp black ink. My favorite element of this card is the bottom right hand corner which is rounded on both the patterned paper as well as the card base. I think it adds just the right amount of quirky detail. Holiday trees in shades of reds and greens provide a nice background behind the strip which houses the stamped sentiment. This card can be seen [and purchased!] here.
The second card is similar in style to the first with the background that features tone-on-tone polka dots. It also has colorful holiday trees although in a slightly different arrangement. A strip that goes the entire width of the card also has polka dots and features the stamped sentiment “Merry Christmas”. The sentiment has two different fonts which play very well off of one another. It’s stamped in crisp black ink and is easy to read. The second card is in the Etsy Shop here.
The third card for today has a repetition of polka dots and circles – from the background to the patterned paper to the circular element which features the main sentiment. Stamped in black ink in a variety of fonts, this card reads “love hope peace joy” and is ideal for any winter holiday. Subtle silver snowflakes highlight the circular element. It can be viewed and purchased here.
This is just a quick recap of some recently listed items. As I’ve mentioned I’ll have LOTS more in the coming weeks, especially perfect for the upcoming holidays. I hope you’ll continue to come back and check them out.
On a side note, I just want to take a minute to thank all those that have served or are currently serving in any and every branch of our military. Working on Veteran’s Day always makes me smile and is a gentle reminder just how much we have to be thankful for – including all those that have served. So while words will never be enough, I truly do thank you.