Christmas is that time of the year when we make and give out the most number cards. If you make 1 card a day, you will have a pile of cards ready by December 1 to post out to family and friends. I hope that you’ll be inspired and join me to make cards.
The aim of this Christmas card series is to share simple and fun Christmas cards that you can put together. Usually, around this time, my classroom is already busy with attendees making cards. Sadly, this year the classroom is still waiting to open when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, inspiration will be delivered to you here so check everyday.
So let’s make this card!
There’s a checklist of materials at the end of this post if you need to check them. I used the Perfectly Plaid stamp set and coordinating Pine Tree punch to make these cards. A pack of Trimming The Town DSP is perfect because it has Christmas greetings that you can cut into strips. I think it’s lovely that they are in different languages.
If you notice, you can make 2 cards using the leftovers from the first card. Don’t you just love it when you don’t waste anything?
Here’s a video tutorial to help you put together the cards:
Fun Tip: Stamp a Christmas tree inside the card because you can!
All materials are available in my shop. Here’s a checklist for you so you can make these cards at home:
- Trimming The Town Designer Series Paper (available only until 4 Jan 2021)
- Perfectly Plaid Stamp Set
- Pine Tree Punch
- Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Poppy Parade Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Misty Moonlight Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals
- Whisper White A4 Card Stock
I hope that you enjoyed our first Christmas card and that you’ll be back tomorrow for another idea. Happy card making!