DAY ONE: 2019 Holiday One-for-One Card Swap

Today’s the day!  Over the past month, I’ve been running to my mail box to collect the GORGEOUS cards for my 2019 Holiday One-for-One Card Swap. Today I have the pleasure of sharing some of them with you. Yay! In a series of several posts over the next two weeks, I will share each of these beautiful cards with everyone. There’s so much wonderful inspiration to share!

Holiday One-for-One Swap 2019, Day 1, Stampin' Up!Today’s cards features some beautiful blues. I love these swaps because they showcase beautiful projects from card makers at ALL SKILL LEVELS – some are brand new to the craft, and others have been creating for years. Please look them over, admire their beauty and then let the creators know how beautiful their cards are (I already know you’ll be kind with your comments, but I am going to request it, anyway).

If you participated in the swap and don’t see the card you received here, please wait to comment about that card when it shows up on my blog – that way, the creator of that card will be sure to see your comments.

The collection of cards I’m sharing today might not all have current Stampin’ Up! products, but every card gives great ideas for color combinations, layouts, techniques – every project is sure to inspire you.  Without any further ado, here is the first batch of your beautiful cards:

by Angie Lisk, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by Meredith Liebman, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by Melissa Matusevich, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by Terry Betlewski, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by Sue Campbell, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by MIllie Vazquez, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by Nancy Ross, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by Lois Steuve, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up! by Jackie Beers, Brian's Holiday One-for-One Swap, Stampin' Up!

What do you think?  Aren’t those awesome?!  Please leave a comment below to let these artists know how much you love their heartfelt creations. If you like these projects and want to see all of the other cards in this Holiday One-for-One Cards Swap, I’ll be posting more in the coming days. ♥

If you missed the other 2019 Holiday One-for-One Swap posts I’ve shared, you can see those projects here:

Thanks for stopping by today!

Brian

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New Catalogs & Product Shares

Stampin’ Up! demonstrators are able to order from the upcoming January – June 2020 Mini Catalog and start earning Sale-a-Bration items starting today. I’ll be ordering copies of the Occasions Catalog and Sale-a-Bration brochure that I will mail to all of my current customers. What fun!

If you’d like to receive a copy of the new catalogs (and aren’t a current customer), please place an order today. They will be mailed out next week, and I don’t want you to miss out on all the fun!

You’ll also be happy to know that I will be hosting product shares and selling Designer Series Paper Swatch Books from the new catalog, too. More information to come on those! ♥


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29 Comments

  1. ANGIE – IL, Meredith – MA, Melissa – VA, Terri – AZ, Sue – WA, Millie – VA, Nancy – WA, Lois – MO, and Jackie from GA . . . I think you all did a fabulous job. It’s because of ladies like yourselves that a lot of us are able to make such beautiful cards. Why, because some of us are “CASE QUEENS”. We truly copy and share everything. So, I take my hat off to all of you for creating and sharing your lovely ideas!!! You are very talented and you are very much appreciated. I applaud each of you!

    Thank you Brian!

  2. Thank you for sharing these beautiful cards. Such an inspiration. Can’t wait to see more.

  3. Katrina said it better than I ever could. These are amazing cards. I love each one. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy your day!

  4. Wow ! What a great array of creativity ! I would be thrilled to receive any one of these in my mailbox ! Swaps are always fun !!

  5. you’ll have a blue Christmas . . . beautiful cards in a fresh array of blues!

  6. I love this parade of blue! I received Lois’ card and it’s so pretty! The diagonal stripe and the elegant plaid make for a lovely card. These are all lovely, ladies, a great start to days of handmade cards. These swaps are so fun, Brian, and my husband always says the same thing each time, “You got a card from yourself”. Then I know my swap is here!

  7. What a beautiful lineup of cards! The blue the us beautiful. Thanks for sharing everyone!

  8. Wonderful cards. So pretty. I received Terry’s card. It is so serene and just perfectly laid out. Gotta love those scene building sets. Right now I need the serenity factor so thank Brian for this one. Thank you Brian for hosting the swap. Oh the ideas to CASE!

  9. All so beautiful!

  10. Awesome job Day One Stampers!

  11. Beautiful beginning to the upcoming parade of swap cards. These are just wonderful. Thank you, Brian, for your expertise in curating the submissions. You help to really highlight the creativity of all the participants.

  12. Meredith, love your card! So happy to see it!

  13. Finally, it’s here!! The much anticipated Holiday Card Swap, put together by our wonderful, creative host, Brian King. Thank you Brian, for inviting us to participate and share with crafters all over the USA, our love of stamping.
    I’m loving each one these amazing cards, the shades of blue are stunning and the design, details and layouts really showcase the main images beautifully!! Thanks to all of these ladies who shared their cards, I don’t see mine here, maybe tomorrow?
    XO

  14. Beautiful and creative cards! Well done!

  15. How wonderful these cards are! Such beautiful winter scenes, rich in texture and color. And such great ideas to CASE…..(and make my need/want list longer than it currently is, LOL!)

  16. I LOVE a parade of cards and it’s so fun to see where the creators are from. You did a fantastic job ladies. Every one of the cards is gorgeous.

  17. Hurrah! Thank you for posting these cards Brian, and for managing the exchange. I received the card on the top from Angie. Thank you, Angie! I love the copper and navy together – it makes for an elegant card.

  18. I received Millie V’s card. It is really pretty.

  19. Beautiful cards all of you. Love all those blues.

  20. Outstanding work everyone! Love your cards!

  21. All of the cards are great. Thanks for sharing.

  22. Beautiful cards! What a great showcase of so many great stamp sets and DSP!

  23. These are all so beautiful!!

  24. Amanda VanHavermaet

    I was the lucky recipient of Meredith Libman’s card. You can’t see it well in the picture, but she put wink of stella on the ground under the trees. So pretty! Thanks for another fun swap Brian!

  25. The various shades of blue plus the navy , gold & copper accents are so striking — can’t wait to try these ideas & designs on my cards for family & friends 😊

  26. I received Sandra’s and I love it. I painted 3 Old World type Santa’s at Ceramics and this reindeer fits perfectly in my display.

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