The card we’re making today is a Christmas wreath card that is clean, simple and easy to put together. Secondly, there’s texture and just enough 3D elements that make it special. Lastly, notice the gorgeous and tiny jingle bells? Too cute and just perfect for this card.
I will show you how easy it is to make this Christmas wreath card in multiples with the help of a Cut & Emboss Machine. If you haven’t made the leap of purchasing one yet, now will be a good time to invest in one because it will help you tremendously in making beautiful cards. While it is relaxing for many to fussy cut stamped images, it is not ideal when making more than 5 of the same card.
NOTE: the Jingle Bells used in this Christmas wreath card unfortunately is no longer available at Stampin’ Up!. The size that’s currently available is 1 cm which is larger than what I used here. But, it will look gorgeous when you attach it to the centre of the bow.
Here’s a video tutorial showing how to put this card together. There’s also a checklist of products at the end of this post because you will want to make this Christmas wreath card at home.
- Woodland Embossing Folder
- Forever Flourishing Dies
- Gift Wrapped Bundle
- Garden Green A4 Card Stock
- Real Red A4 Card Stock
- Real Red Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Whisper White A4 Card Stock
- Jingle Bells (size 1 cm bells, these are bigger than what I used in my card)
- Mini Glue Dots
- Cut & Emboss Machine
I hope that you enjoyed this Christmas wreath card tutorial for our Christmas card series and that you’ll join me again next time. Lastly, here’s an inspiration from the last post, just in case you missed it. Happy card making!