Most of my Christmas cards are 1 of a kind, but I do mass produce the ones I give to my co-workers. I fell in love with the Stampendous! Cling Snow Brackets & had to buy it even though I have tons of Christmas stamps. I'm not alone in this lack of will-power, right?! This one is unique because it works for a beautiful focal point as well as a sentiment. I chose 3 color schemes so they aren't all exactly the same: Distress Inks chipped sapphire & faded jeans, festive berries & spun sugar, dusty concord & milled lavender. Using Spellbinders Labels 22 worked great because I could actually stamp with the die in place to get the position on the paper & then emboss with white powder, tape the die in place & cut. I sponged on the colors & wiped off the excess & added Stickles to the snowflakes. The front of the card is dry embossed with a Sizzix folder & the edges are sponged with the darker ink to match the die cut which is mounted with foam tape. I'm happy with how they look (sorry it isn't a better picture) & the cost is minimal so it's OK that most will eventually be discarded. I'm entering these into the CAS challenge at Stampendous!--check it out--you might want to join in. DYSU Blog is closing at the end of the year, but decided to enter the current Christmas card challenge. Hope you've had a week with time to do some crafting & have fun getting ready for the holidays. Thank you so much for taking time out to come to my blog.