This folded finished card is 5-1/2" x 4-1/4", with the front folded at 2-1/8" to obtain an extra fold. The lacy punched edge is glued behind the front edge of the card. The ornament is made up of 3 frame/die-cutouts, folded in half and glued together over the stamped cardstock die-cutout on the inside of the card so that 1/2 of the cardfront ornament covers the inside ornament cutout. I didn't think of this....I "CASEd" the idea.
The Warmest of Wishes card uses the Iris folding technique, something I haven't done for some time. I punched out the ornament shape, then used different designer series papers and hologram papers to fill in the ornament.
The snowmen (and women) and carolers are all découpage images that are free to download and use from http://www.freecraftdownloads.co.uk/paper2/decoupage/
The backgrounds are dry embossed using various embossing folders.
The Merry Christmas and Happy New Year card uses quilling techniques for the spiral border and the pointsettia flower. This is another technique that I haven't used for over 10 years!!!
The orange punched flower on the Give Thanks card uses the Rock and Roll technique to get the varied colours in the flower. Starting with your lightest colour, stamp your entire image. Then, with the next darker shade, roll the stamp on the ink pad, avoiding the centre of the stamp. Do the same with the darkest shade, only roll the stamp only on the edge of the stamp. The leaves are from the same punch, cut apart, with the edges curled and sponged, to get the desired effect.