Every month for the last year and a half, I've had the honor of making cards for a group of ladies in our church. Some of the names have changed over that period, but I really do enjoy creating the cards and mailing them out each month. January's card is generally a print and go type of card -- not too fussy, but something that will go together quickly since there are quite a few that have to be put in the mail.
To start off the year, I decided to do an elips card -- print, and cut and I think it turned out pretty good. The digital stamp is from Polkadoodles (I'm a sucker for the Big Kahuna Bundles there) and I used the font, Impact - it's block font for the numbers, 2024. And since 2024 is a leap year, the sentiment on the inside of the card (not shown) has to do with that. I used a couple duo fonts from Creative Fabrica for that.
Using SCAL 6 Pro makes the design setup so easy and the Skycut does a great job when it comes to spot on print 2 cut options within the SCAL program. I was able to print and cut the elements for this card quickly. Assembly was easy and I had my cards done within a couple of hours.