Hi all – it’s Anna Sigga here and I am feeling rather festive!

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I love making my own Christmas tags and for some reason I keep leaving these darling trees from the Build a Snowman stamp set out.

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So I decided to put them to good use – give them the gold treatment and of course add a bit of sparkle.

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Do you create your own tags for the Holidays? If so we would love to see your fab creations and just so we don’t miss them use #SOMEODDGIRL.

Good morning, Oddies! Alexis here with my first project back from my hiatus. Do you ever find it tough to get back into the crafty swing of things after a bit of a break? I did. So I cleaned my studio. That always seems to help a bit. I love a nice clean area to work in, even if it doesn’t last long HA! Today I wanted to add to my small but growing pile of Christmas cards I plan to send out this year and the Coffee Lover Mae digi seemed perfect to me for that, because while I love coffee…like LOVE it, I also love hot cocoa, and to me this fits the bill for either. 

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I’m digging this holiday paper and let it guide my color choices, but let’s face it…I always love pink and teal lol. I also added just a touch of shine with some iridescent clear snowflakes. While it took me a minute to locate my crafty Christmas mojo, I really adore how this one came out, I hope you do to! 

Personally, I’m really digging the new format of the shop and digi’s coming out more often! It’s so much fun to see the new images pop up. What do you guys think? 

Hello! Did you know that Some Odd Girl is releasing images almost every week now? One of the new images is Coffee Lover Mae.  Today I’d like to share a Christmas card I made with her.


With a few small adjustments this image will look immediately like a Christmas card. Not only did I use Christmas colors, but I also gave the mug a snowflake. Next to that I used a matching Christmas wish. It’s super nice to stretch your stamps with easy tricks like these.  


Which tricks do you use to stretch your stamps? Let us know in a message below!