Thursday, July 2, 2009

Summer Release #1 -Day 6 - Oval Calender Set

Congratulations to today's Blog Candy Winner -you have won the new 1 3/16" Damask Wooden Stamper. Please send an email with your name and address to kellief@justritestampers.com
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And the Winner is: #64 Susan G said...
I love my Damask set so this smaller version really looks interesting to me. My favorite summer treat is a pie made with lemonade, condensed milk and cool whip. Yummy and easy to fix.
June 30, 2009 4:06 PM


We still have three active blog candies- To leave a comment to win our 3 1/4" Friendship set leave a comment on this post.


To win our new Small Wooden Oval Stamper with 15 pt Special Occasion Font leave a comment on this post.


To win today's Calendar Set. Tell us what month you normally purchase your Christmas Stamps in and how many Christmas cards you plan on making this year?


Today is the last day of our Summer Release #1 Stamp Reveal for sets which will begin shipping on July 7th. Please note that we are not taking pre-orders. You may place your order on July 7th. We have 2 additional sets to release which we will reveal during our JustRite Blog Hop on July 16th.


Did you hear that Spellbinders is having a Pendant Project Contest?? JustRite is proud to announce that as a marketing partner we are sponsoring prizes for the contest. The contest starts today and ends on August 10th. To read all the details about the contest visit the Spellbinder's Blog by clicking here.


For your shopping convenience we have rearranged our website so that you can now easily shop for our stamps by size!!! We hope this will help make it easier for you to make your next JustRite purchase.

Today we are showing you a project in progress!! This is one page from our soon to be Birthday and Important Date Book. The perfect little gift - design the pages and add all the families Birthdays and Anniversaries to the day on each month of the book. A great fun way to keep any one organized. We will show more of the pages throughout the month as we build our book. We have also used images from our Favorite Occasion set throughout our pages.



Introducing our first stamp set for your new oval stamper -Oval 1 3/4" x 2 5/16" Calendar Borders & Centers - $14.95. This set comes with 12 great borders - and all the months of the year. Use these ovals with your favorite font to design monograms and custom phrases. Use them to make a scrapbook calendar for Grandma -pick your favorite pictures from each month - (the year I made this for my mom it was her favorite Christmas gift).


We can't wait to see what Sharon Harnist will do with it on Saturday. You can visit Sharon's Blog and click on her calendar gallery - she has tons of great calendar ideas. Next month we will be introducing a Christmas set for this size oval.

Our design team has been busy at work....Barb Schram has moved into her new digs and has a great project to share with you today. Lisa Somerville has a great Black Bean Salsa project & recipe to share with you using our preserve set- check out how she customized her border. Debbie Olson has a beautiful card from the Friendship set using New Copic Colors!! Kathy Jones just received her goodies and she has a great card from the Thinking of you set.

We will be back tomorrow with our 4th of July Project and our next blog candy winners.

Keep us in mind....."When it needs to be JustRite".

131 comments:

Peggy said...

Wow, I am the first to comment. I usually purchase my Christmas stamps in the summer and make over 100 cards which can take 6 months to complete. I love your blog and all the ideas and love the new sets. God bless!

bohnls said...

I purchase Christmas stamps all year long. When I see something I like I buy it. Unfortunately, I wait until the last minute to make my cards so am always rushing to get them in the mail. Maybe this year will be different. LOL

StampinCathy said...

Great set. I usually buy my Christmas stamps in July and start making them in August. Thanks for a chance.

jen said...

I used to buy them in the fall and make about 80-85 cards. The last couple of years I just sent photo cards. I have to say, it didn't feel right! I think I may simplify my list and go back to making them this year!!!

Cheri Howard said...
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Cheri Howard said...

Oh, I love this set! I usually start buying Christmas stamps at least 3-4 months in advance, but will buy them sooner if I find a set I really love. I'm not sure how many cards I'll make this year, but it will be at least 5 for the most important people in my life!

Eveline said...

What a lovely calendar stamps.
I already bought some Christmas stamps this year. When I see some on sale I can't help myself, I buy them but only when I like them.
Eveline.

Phix said...

Love what you have done...I know have another set on my wich list.
Ta
Pam

patty w said...

Lovely stamps!

I buy Christmas stamps whenever I see one I like. Last year I hunted all over for a certain Santa stamp !

thanks !

Kim. said...

Brilliant stamps. I generally buy Christmas stamps as and when I see something I like, although I do end up making them all in a rush because I leave it too late to start.
Kim xXx

Sandra said...

I purchase Christmas stamps when I see something I like - no set time. I make about 30 Christmas cards a year - give or take some!
Thanks for the fun!
Sandra

akagreenhouse said...

I buy Christmas stamps whenever I see one that I like. The last few years I've not made any Christmas cards because we're in a temporary living situation and I don't have my Christmas stamps with me. Hopefully that will change soon!

Janet L. said...

I have to admit that when I see a stamp that speaks to me, I buy it, no matter what month it is! I'll probably make about 10 cards for those that are closest to our family.

Janet S said...

I buy Christmas stamps whenever I see what I like but have to have them by Sept as I make 100 cards each year. 25 of them are always something nature oriented because they are for my husband who sends them to his hunting men friends!! The calender set looks great and I would love to win that. Thanks

mcgeechs said...

I usually buy my Christmas card supplies/stamps in Nov. and make my cards right away. I don't want to start too early, LOL.

Kathi S. said...

I purchase my Christmas stamps whenever I see a stamp I love. I don't usually make my cards until late November because I can never decide which one I want to send out.

melissa s. said...

I usually purchase my stamps in Sept. and make around 30 cards and tags.thanks

Cindy H. said...

This new Oval Calender Set is wonderful!! I love the borders and the pretty script for the months.

I purchase Christmas stamps whenever I see any that I like. I make about 30-35 Christmas cards plus Thank You cards for after Christmas.

Jessica Christensen said...

I buy Christmas stamps whenever I see something I like, but I try to get a jump on making the cards -- September-ish beginning. I'm not sure how many I'm going to make this year. It depends on how early I start and how excited I get about it. I'm still thinking only about 30 or so.

Diane said...

I purchase my Christmas stamps all year long but I usually don't start making Christmas cards until October. I make a lot of cards and I don't like to make the same card over and over so I usually make at least 4 or 5 different designs. I make about 25 of each design for that year (so family members will get a different card). Can't wait to see what surprises you have in store for us for the holidays!

mommaladystamper said...

Wow, these are going to be fantastic, as I have some blank calendars that I need to make for gifts. I usually start buying my Christmas stamps and start making them in August. I go to craft shows starting in Oct. so need to get them made. Alice R.

inkedx2 said...

I usually buy my Christmas stamps in July or August. I like to get a head start on making them. The amount I make varies. I usually make around 100.

Robbie

ConnieB said...

Last year I waited too long and the race was on. This year I am buying early. Any day I see ones I that like and these I most certainly like! I hope to make around 20 cards for family this year. Thanks for the chance!

Michelle (mla1111) said...

I would love to say that I plan ahead but I usually wait until the last minute so....I would say in December! :) Maybe November if I am lucky!

Isabel Z said...

Oh, I am loving this set!!!! I purchase my Christmas stamps over the summer and make between 80-100 cards. I start making them in September when the kids head back to school and I have more time on my hands.

Laraine R said...

I purchase Christmas stamps all year long!! Thanks for the chance at winning!!

skyviewstamper said...

I buy Christmas stamps whenever I see one I like! I always wait until the last minute to start making cards and every year I tell myself to make a few every month but that never happens!!!

Anonymous said...

Our "summer"season is so short here, where I live, that I do not even like to start THINKING of Christmas until September, the earliest. I make a few, a dozen or less, cards, but they are very special and very detailed. I do alot of 3-D gift/favor type projects, though 60 or more! Thaks for the chance to win. Love this set, as usual!
Barb E.

Trudy Oliver said...

I purchase my Christmas stamps whenever I see something I like. I already have the stamp for this year, bought it last November. I usually make 60-70 cards. Need to get busy with those soon too.

isoscia said...

The calendar set is so nice; I would love to win it.
I buy my Christmas stamps throughout the year - just whenever I find a stamp or stamps that I really like. But, procrastinator that I am, I don't actually make my cards until December. I usually make about 24 cards.

Barbara said...

I like to buy my stamps after I see gallery ideas. I don't have space for anything I will not use often. I don't know how many cards and tags I will make . My plan to make a certain number of cards and tags always grows at the last minute. LOL I love the new calendar set The borders will be so versatile !!

Deepa M. said...

I tend to buy Christmas stamps in the middle of summer, which gives me enough time to get my cards done by December (in theory)! I will probably make about 60 cards this year, and half of them are cut and prepped already ... just need to find time to put them together :)

Jean P said...

I purchase Christmas materials all year long.....I have many many Christmas stamps and I love them all.....I try to get started making cards in the summer as I make all of my daughter's cards as well....I love your blog and look forward to seeing all the new projects...thanks for sharing....

Peyton said...

I try to get a design decided by Aug. or Sept. so I can then get the supplies I need and start working on the cards. I typically make 100 cards each year.

Carol W said...

I first want to say a HUGE THANK YOU for re-organizing the website by size of stamper!! This is absolutely great!!! So much easier to navigate and know what's what.

I tend to buy Christmas stamps once the fall sets in. Around where I live, we don't often see any in the stores until then, so I just don't think of it.

Denise said...

Wow, what a great idea to make calendar stamps! I usually buy my Christmas stamps in the Spring, and also whenever I run across any that really catch my eye. This is my first year to make cards, I am planning on making 10 for friends and family.

lisa808 said...

I just love, love, love this calendar set!

I purchase Christmas stamps whenever I see something I like, not really at any particular time of year.

I already made my Christmas cards for this year. I made 30 back in April, but I may end up having to make a few extras come Christmastime.

Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful new set.

d'Dragon said...

I buy Christmas stamps throughout the year & hope to make about 20 cards for this next Christmas.

Hope I win!

Tarjteachr said...

I usually start hunting for new Christmas stamps around September and try to have my cards done by the 2nd week in December (notice I said "try") I make about 50 cards but I have at least 7 or 8 different designs.

DWD said...

I buy my christmas card supplies in Oct to make 60 cards. I try to have them made and ready to mail the Monday after Thanksgiving.

Jenny L. said...

I buy Christmas (or any other) stamps whenever I see something that I like and know I will use lots. I usually make about 20 cards and usually wait til the last minute! I think I will do better "next" year, but it hasn't happened yet!! Thanks for a chance to win this great set
!

Jenny L.

Shelby said...

I usually buy a new Christmas set in July or August and then start making at least 100 cards to mail out. Also make them to sell at our Christmas Boutique the first week of December. Last minute shoppers you know.

Marsha said...

I really like the calendar stamps. What a great idea. I am a procrastinator so I put off buying Christmas stamps until last part of November. I will probably make about 20 this year.

mustangsarah said...

I usually buy Christmas stamps in Sept.but will buy earlier if I see something I really like.
I am always late in getting my cards done and out.

Margaret said...

I usually buy 1-2 new Christmas sets in the summertime - and I make anywhere from 200 -300 Christmas cards - as of right now I have 100 of them for this year made...... love the calender set - can't wait to use it to make more perpetual calenders for gifts. thanks for sharing and giving the opportunity to win sets!

Crafty Girl (Karin Hoag) said...

Christmas in July... I can`t wait for the stores to come out with lots of new Christmas stamps! I sell my cards as well as giving to family & friends, so I`ll probably be making around 6 dozen this year, and I`ll be getting started next month!

Fay said...

I purchase my Christmas stamps in September or October and "plan" to make about 25 cards. BUT I hardly ever end up making cards, just collecting the stamps...and buying cards instead (oh the shame)!

FibreJunky said...

This will only be my second Christmas as a stamper, so I can't say with any certainty, but I'll probably be buying new Christmas stamps in October/November - unless I see some I MUST have sooner. I'll probably be making between 40 and 50 this year.

Kathy W said...

I start buying my Christmas stamps in the fall (September) and make about 2 dozen cards. Thanks for the chance to win.

Betty Meyskens said...

I always have good intentions of making my Christmas cards early, but it never happens. I usually buy my Christmas stamps in October and start then and hope to have them done by 1st of December.

Jan said...

I'd like to say I will start this month, but . . . . I know that won't happen! I usually send out 30-40 cards, but, don't spend the same amount of time making each card. I put more time in to a few. I buy a stamp I like when I see it - have found out the hard way that I can't find it again when it comes time to make Christmas Cards! Just love your blog and all your ideas!

StampingJan said...

I usually purchase my Holiday stamps in July or August and begin the planning of the exact design I will replicate about 100 times. It is tedious, so I like to get started early and work in a assembly line fashion. I don't mean to sound that I don't enjoy it-LOL. I love making my hand stamped Holiday cards!

leenda said...

What a fun calendar set! I purchase Christmas stamps around Thanksgiving!

Elsa L said...

I usually buy my stamps in September. I usually send about 30-40 cards.
My children look forward to helping me every year.

Shirlann said...

I usually make over 100 which includes orders from friends. I burn the candle at both ends to complete them as I don't start until November!! By that time I have all my sketches done and papers picked out so I just have the ol' assembly line going.

jaymiv said...

Beautiful new set. I normally buy my Christmas stamps in October & make 50 to 75 Christmas cards.

Lisa j said...

I love this calendar set!!!!! I purchase christmas sets all throughout the year. If I see something I REALLY like I buy it. I don't always get the cards made but the stamps are beautiful!

Laurie said...

I buy Christmas stamps all year long, just as I do all stamps. If it appeals to me and the price is right, it ends up in my craft room! In the past, I've just made Christmas cards for friends & family (about 20), but since last year, I'm also doing some charity tags for gift baskets (a few hundred) and will start them this summer. I love the new sets I've seen so far from JustRite & can't wait for the release next week!

Brenda said...

I purchase Christmas stamps any time of the year. If I find some I like and think I will use I buy it. Thank you for the chance to win.

cgargus said...

I usually purchase my Christmas stamps when I see something that really catches my eye. Maybe in the summer, maybe fall. I make around 30-50 cards, depending on how much time I have. I love the calender set! I love Sharon's idea of making a monthly calender and using it for a scrapbook page. She's soooo creative! Thanks for the chance to win.

Donna said...

I usually get my Christmas card stamps in Sept. or Oct., and like to be done by Nov. (not that it happens). I generally mail out 45 or 50. It seems that after all the work of creating them, it's hard to find time to sit and write on each one!

Stephanie said...

I'd like to purchase my Christmas set in July or August, but I never can make up my mind...so, It's typically November when everything is all said and done. I think I'll be making around 30 - 40 this year :)

stephanie said...

Wow what an awesome collection. I tend to purchase my Christmas stamps all year and work on my cards all year.

Kathleen said...

I purchase my Christmas stamps in August or September usually---I will make about 100~ Love this calendar set---I see all sorts of possibilities!

Tanya C. said...

I pick up Christmas stamps whenever I see something I love. I use to make 50+ starting around October. Now that I have two little one's I make a few special cards and give the dreaded store bought to everyone else.

lauriewe said...

I try hard to have my Christmas stamps chosen by October- my plan is to make my cards early- umm but that never happens. I make approximately 70 cards. some years store bought with a little handstamping extra, some years digital and some years 100% hand made!

Shawna said...

I usually make only about 20 cards, but I make them extra-special because the people I send them to are extra-special. And I usually start them in January..........didn't get to it this year. Time to get crackin'.

Michelle said...

WOW this is FANTASTIC!! I LOVE this and would give it a well used home..:)

Maureen said...

I starting buying my stamps in August/Sept. I pull out the ones I own in July AUgust to get me started. i make probably about 50 to 100 holiday cards.

craftsbygloria said...

Love this set! I think there will be three of these set on my list for Christmas gifts.
I try to have all of my Christmas cards done by mid October. I make about 75 cards, So I start looking for my stamp sets as early as July.
Thank you for a chance to win

KanataNewf said...

I have no set time when I start buying Christmas stamps - if I see something during the year, I just pick it up. But most companies do seem to start releasing them late summer/early fall so I do pick up the purchase pace around then. And I do make a lot of Christmas cards - last year I think it was 96 when all was said and done. This year I am trying to do the SCS 10 Christmas cards a month!

Robyn said...

I Love this set! It is so fun and it looks like you can interchange the ovals with the months what versatile set!

Robyn said...

Christmas Stamps are purchased when ever the spirit moves me....and 50+ christmas Cards will be made

AnnW said...

I don't purchase my Christmas stamps in any particular month. I just buy them whenever I see one that I like. I need to begin making the Christmas cards that I make at the very beginning of Fall because I don't have much free time for crafting and don't work very quickly. I only send handmade cards to people whom I know will really appreciate them.

Sandy said...

I usually have a Christmas in July card making party, so I get all my Christmas stamps before that. I try to make cards for my immediate family, which is no small feat, but I may branch out and do everyone this year. So maybe like 75-100 cards. Whew!! Better start now. Cute set. Lots of possibilities. Sandy

Debbie said...

I start looking for my Christmas stamps at the start of Summer. Usually by August I have my Christmas Stamps . I get all my paper and supplies and try to start by October. I only make 50 cards now.

Thanks for the giveaways.

debbie peysen

Lynda said...

I too try to purchase my Christmas stamps in the summer...and then TRY to begin stamping cards soon after. My goal this year is 30-40 cards...that's my goal - reality????

Carole RB said...

I don't buy Christmas stamps. I already have some that I never used. I only make a dozen cards for Christmas.

Diana said...

I usually buy Christmas stamps when they go on sale just before, or right after Christmas. I don't make a lot of Christmas cards, though...just have a lot of fun creating different ones; so maybe end up making 15 total :)

Judy said...

I buy my Christmas stamps when they are on sale and throughout the year. I make about 70 cards to send out. I love this calendar stamp.

Alyce said...

I purchase Christmas stamps whenever I see images that I like. I try to make about 60 cards. Better get started, huh?

kim.mom said...

This will be my first year making Christmas cards and I'll probably make 30 or so. I've purchased some Christmas stamps as this year has progressed but I don't know if I have purchased "the" stamps that I'll use yet or not.

Anonymous said...

I buy stamps cautiously so only spring for a new one if I've seen something amazing done with it or if it fits my usual Xmas theme, which is designing a card around a family heitage picture....usually make around 20 for the families related to my great-grandparents. MollyK. at rom-obo@hotmail.com

6p011570b5fe4a970b said...

Adorable set! I love Sharon's calendars and see so many uses for these...

Vanessa said...

I am so lucky I have a lot of new Christmas stamps from Ebay I don't need any for a while.

quilter said...

I have several Christmas stamps, so would like to think I won't buy any this year, (yeah, sure!) I would like to make about 3 dozen. I send over 100 Christmas cards, and won't have time to do that many because of a quilt I need to make for a Christmas gift. This will be my first year to make Christmas cards.

Dianal said...

I usualy purchase my stamps sometime lat July or early August and I do about 45 to 50 cards to mail to friends and family. I also do a few other cards for other people to give to their family and friends too.

Lenoria said...

I buy Christmas stamps any time during the year but I usually don't get started making cards until October or even later. I usually try to make around 30 or so.

redrob123 said...

I buy Christmas stamps whenever I see one I really like. I'll be making 31 cards this year.

carpediem said...

I make Christmas cards all year round and am always looking for new stamps to add to my collection! laura j

Anemone said...

I usually buy my Christmas stamps anywhere between July & September. I start my cards early, so that I can finish in time! I probably average about 100 cards each year.

Donna said...

I buy Christmas stamps when I see something I really like so I wouldn't say I have a set month to buy Christmas stamps. I will probably make about 60 Christmas cards this year, maybe more if I get hooked up with a project to help send to the military. I love supporting one of those kinds of causes. Happy 4th!

V said...

Oh wow! What an awesome set! Perfect for gifts and scrap pages.

I start hunting down Christmas stamps in late June with intents on choosing and buying by the end of July. That way I can start my cards in August. It gives me lots of time to have them finished, addressed and ready to drop in the mail on the fifteenth of November.

BOBNPATTY said...

I purchase them whenever a set catches my. I usually start making them in November and send out about 60 or so. Lately, it's been last minute, I hope to change that this year!!!

Ruby Craft said...

This looks like a project I need to make for myself! I am terrible with dates and always seem to remember a week late. That reminds me I need to call my sister!

Doris Ann Designs said...

O-o-h I would love to have a set. Thank you for the chance to win it!
God Bless America!

Doris Ann Designs said...

My group of friends and I were talking Christmas cards earlier in the week, so we're creating several and will pick one to send. It's always Christmas in July!

michelle in mi said...

Love the fonts on these stamps!

DebbieD said...

I usually purchase in August or September and start making cards in October. I usually make around 50 cards to start and sometimes have to make more. I really need to get a Christmas card list created.

Beth Norman said...

Ohhhh, I love your stamps so much. Please count me in for the draw.

Beth Norman said...

Sorry, I forgot to tell you I buy Christmas stamps all year round.

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

I make Christmas cards as the mood strikes me, as they are all different. I try to have at least 20-30 made before Thanksgiving as I need closer to 50. I'd love to win this set!

SueB said...

I purchase Christmas stamps (and needlepoint) year-round - and make as many hand-made cards as possible but for sure at least those to family and stampin' buddies so that's about 20.

Thanx for the inspiration and chance at the t'riffic blog candy!

Anonymous said...

I purchase holiday stamps throughout the year. I don't mind using stamps from the past over again either, I just stamp using a different technique, saves me some money. How many do I make?, only about 20, and I usually don't start until after Thanksgiving. I try to insert a family photo on the inside too. Thanks for the chance to win!

Deanna Amundson said...

I purchase Christmas stamps any time of the year.....if I see something I really like, I will buy it. I keep saying I'm going to start my Christmas cards in August or September, but so far that hasn't happened. I'm usually rushing to get them done before Christmas is all over with!!

Deanna Amundson said...

I purchase Christmas stamps any time of the year.....if I see something I really like, I will buy it. I keep saying I'm going to start my Christmas cards in August or September, but so far that hasn't happened. I'm usually rushing to get them done before Christmas is all over with!!

Julie B said...

Wow! I love the calender set. I would love to win it to make my 3 daughters a calender. I lost my job a few months ago so I have not been able to buy any new sets and I love to make calender for them.

Judi Markel said...

Love the calendar set. Would love to win this one.

Anonymous said...

Love this calendar set! I am a "calendar girl" and love to make them and give as gifts to bless others! I purchase Christmas stamps all year long. I try to start making Christmas cards in November. Thank you for the opportunity to win such a wonderful set of stamps!! Someone will be very happy! ~Amy S.~

Anonymous said...

I have become a JustRite Stamper "aholic". I love everyone of the sets that comes out and would love to be the winner of the calendar stamp set.

JKB said...

This would be great set to own. Would really help organize cardbox.

Cris Kidder said...

This is a great set to use with my monthly pics of my granddaughter and there are many possibilities with them. thank you for a great product.

Deb said...

These are great! I love the font you used and I know that I will use them a lot!

Megan said...

Oh I love this set!! I've been WAITING and LOOKING for a calendar set and I love this font!! Yay. :)

I buy my Christmas stamps in October or early November and I usually make about 40-50 cards!

I hope I can find this set at the CHA Supershow! :)

cruisingcrafter said...

The stamp set is great. I start looking around the first of july for Christmas and get statred right away. I will make around 65 cards. Hope I win this stamp so I cant get started soon

artfulwhimsies said...

I make about 50cards, but I dont start until mid October sometime. It just doesnt feel Christmasy enough before then to get me motivated enough!

Pamm said...

I buy my stamps in the fall usually and I the number I make depends on a bunch of things, including time available!!!! Thanks for the chance to win!

mommashook said...

I LOVE this calender set! Yeah! count me in for the draw! I usually buy my Christmas stamps whenever i find the one that is "oh so me!" I like to make hand made cards for family and close friends, about 20-25 per year and also gift tags and labels for hand made gifts and gifts from the kitchen. I usually start during the summer months when we are on break from school (I teach) and often work up until Christmas as those "great ideas" pop up at the last minute.

scrapbookqueensassymouth said...

this is an awesome set and a great way to mark all those monthly events

Lexi said...

Doesn't matter what time of year, if I see a Christmas stamp I like, I buy it!! I try to have the card I'm making for Christmas all laid out by Oct. and then make what I can when I have free time. I only make around thirty or so.

Nancy said...

I don't have any particular time that I purchase Christmas stamps... if I see a set I love then I buy it - but I try to get it on sale. I don't send out many Christmas cards since I don't have a whole lot of time to stamp but I really enjoy the ones that I do get to make.

Rebecca Ednie said...

I actually don't make Xmas cards bc I don't celebrate Xmas. But if I did, I would get them done gradually, making some every month until November at which point I would only have half done and then I would frantically make the rest finishing on dec 24th making the ones I could hand deliver!

betty152 said...

I buy Christmas stamps all year round!

Sue D said...

I make between 70-80 Christmas cards a year. I don't buy in a certain month--just whenever I see something I like.

chinamomxtwo said...

I buy Christmas stamps all yr round.....and this yr I was contemplating making calendars--OMG! This is set would be SO SO SO fabulous to win!!!! oh yeah!!

lana said...

great set awesome for card making!

Donna Garvin said...

I usually buy my Christmas stamps in August or September. I hope to make my Christmas cards early this year as I usually wait until the last minute every year.

Lori said...

I pretty much purchase Christmas stamps when I see cute ones that I like. I don't really care what time of the year it is! I love Christmas all year long!

Lori

Monica-FC said...

I purchase my christmas all year long. if I see it and love it I buy it. for cards i usually make enough for family and a few friends.

Jannell Leal Garcia said...

I am usually getting into the Christmas mood around September or October and that is usually when I start buying gifts as well as my craft supplies :) I usually make around 20-30 cards.

Millie said...

Like several people have said, I purchase mine all year long. I am looking for a particular image which strikes me. I usually buy 2-3 sets a year but it is not determined it is about what the image says to me! The number of cards varies. I have a small surviving family so only one or two but I also make them for craft fairs and other events so in the end it could be fifty or sixty of even a hundred depending on the fair!