Remember how I talked about a Christmas Card Planner?
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Remember the simple Christmas cards I showed you?
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This is the mass produced Christmas cards 2 edition!
I’m going to show you the same card concept as in the previous post but this time in more traditional colors. You know, red and green. And again, these are easily duplicated cards and easy to step up and glamorize any way you wish. Above all, these photos are just to get your creative juices flowing! We all need a nudge now and then (or all the time, like me)!
Here is the basic card, no muss, no fuss, but still a nice, basic card you would be happy to send and/or receive:
I have used the same stamp set and punch, but this time I used the Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Pack, which is a pad of 48 sheets of 4″ x 6″ pieces of festive card stock. I used Cherry Cobbler card stock for the card base, and I matted the Whisper White piece on a piece of Pistachio Pudding card stock.
Here’s the next photo, this time with a bit of trim added:
I added a bit of Old Olive Baker’s Twine to the middle tree. And lastly, the final version:
I added Cherry Cobbler Baker’s Twine to the green trees and topped all three trees with a Basic Jewels rhinestone.
There you have it – from simple to jazzed!
Now, keep in mind, these are just a couple of ideas. Next time we chat about Christmas cards I’ll show you some that are fancier that you can still replicate.
Coming up next week, we have another Pals Blog Hop, so I’ll send you a sneak peek in a couple of days.
Here are today’s list of supplies: