Organized Christmas – Week #2 – Christmas Cards


Okay all you Christmas planners – it’s now Week #2 of an Enjoyable Organized Christmas here at Inkingoutofthebox and this week, we are concentrating on…


That’s what we do best though – right?!

Hopefully last week you started your December calendar planning and scheduled (or even had taken) your family photos for sending in Christmas cards and letters.

If you haven’t purchased this planner yet for $4.99 – you can still take advantage of it by clicking on the small widget on the right side of this website.  You too can have a stress-free enjoyable Christmas holiday by following this 8 week plan laid out weekly here at Inkingoutofthebox.

This week we are working on page 6 of the Christmas Holiday Planner.

Write out your Christmas List this week.  Print off as many of page 6 as you need!  I know there are some of you who may send 75 to 100 Christmas cards a year – YOU SIMPLY AMAZE ME!  

How ever many you send, write out that list this week.  This will let you know how many cards you are going to need to make…

You are hand-making them, right?

Of course you are!  LOL 

We will be putting them in envelopes, addressing them and mailing at a later time.

So this week, I’m sharing a week’s worth of ideas for you to CASE all you want.

I also will be introducing two different stamp set samplers that will have 5 cards each – watch for that on Wednesday!! 

Here’s a card to get us started this week:

This beauty was made at my 9th Annual Christmas Card Class last week and it was the favorite of many who came.

Supplies used:

Stamps – Ornament Keepsakes, Petit Pairs

Ink & Paper – Crumb Cake, Chocolate Chip, Bashful Blue, Whisper White, Sliver Glimmer paper, and Island Indigo (ink only)

Accessories – Big Shot & Ornament framelits, Fancy Fan embossing folder, Tasteful Trim die, pearl accents, dimensionals




Categories : Ornament Keepsakes


  1. Dorene Veevers says:

    I so enjoy everything you send to us from “Inking Out Of The Box; you are one very talented lady, Natasha. Take care and keep well.

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