31 Days of Christmas Cards

So one of my goals for the year was to be a more active blogger, well that hasn’t happened (yet!)  A couple weeks ago, I was having dinner with my sister’s family, and she mentioned she was going to do 31 days of blogging in October.  She said that the topic could be anything and that over 1200 people did it last year.

31 Days is an online writing challenge where we all link up on day one and then write about a topic of our choice every day in October.  After checking out last year’s 31 days of blogging, I decided to give it ago this year!

31 Days

After contemplating for a couple of days, I decided on 31 days of Christmas cards.  Christmas is my favorite holiday to make cards for.  I’ll be blogging about cards I made from past years and some I made just this weekend.

To the left you will see the button I’ve made for this challenge, you will see it on every post relating to the 31 day challenge.  I will also update this page daily with a link to each day.


Here is a link to all the 31 Days participants. My sister’s 31 Days of Classical Education can be found here.  I’ll start the kickoff of 31 days with an “extra” card.  Thanks for stopping by and can’t wait to see what everyone does with this challenge!

Post Day

Day 1 – Joy to the World

Day 2 – Merry Christmas

Day 3 – Chalkboard Technique

Day 4 – 3×3 Card and coordinating envelope

Day 5 – Merry Christmas

Day 6 – Non-Traditional Colors

Day 7 – Silent Night

Day 8 – Traditional Colors

Day 9 – Winter Wishes

Day 10 – Ho Ho Ho

Day 11 – Patterned Paper Strips

Day 12 – Noel

Day 13 – Reindeer

Day 14 – Merry Christmas Washi

Day 15 – Merry Christmas Banner

Day 16 – Penguins

Day 17 – Red and Black

Day 18 – Simple

Day 19 – Snowman

Day 20 – Lots of Sentiments

Day 21 – Hexagons

Day 22 – Snowflakes

Day 23 – Dear Santa

Day 24 – ‘Tis the Season

Day 25 – Paper Pieced Tree

Day 26 – Ikat

Day 27 – Merry Christmas, Happy New Year

Day 28 – Trio of Penguins

Day 29 – Faux Washi Take Two

Day 30 – Presents

Day 31 – Best for Last?


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