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Mini Curvy Keepsakes – Day 4

Christmas card using Woodland Embossing folder and the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Dies from Stampin' Up!.

Here’s another Christmas card that’s fun and easy to make using the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Dies from Stampin’ Up!. As a bonus, there is also a tutorial on how to make these cute boxes for Christmas treats.

Christmas boxes using the Mini Curvy keepsakes Dies from Stampin' Up!.

As each day passes and get closer to the big day you need something to help you make cards and packaging at the same time. For this reason, I chose the Mini Curvy Keepsakes to make the card and the box. After all, ’tis the season when we make and give the most cards and gifts.

To help you, there is also a checklist at the end of this post so that you can order your supplies. Remember to allow plenty of time because Christmas preparation is more fun when you’re organised and have everything ready.

As mentioned on my previous posts, A Cut & Emboss Machine will be a valuable tool to have so you can easily make cards in multiples. If you haven’t purchased one yet, now is the perfect time to do so.

Let’s begin!

For today’s card and box, I used the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box Dies. I love the stitching details on the dies.

Here’s a video tutorial to make the card.

Here’s a video tutorial to make the box. I fumbled a little bit with the box in the beginning but as I said in the video, it’s a little fiddly at first but nothing hard to overcome.

Fun Tip: The box die goes beyond Christmas and if you have a business that requires small boxes, then use this die as your packaging. Your customers will love it!

Now for the checklist:

I hope that you’re enjoying our Christmas card series and that you’ll join me again next time. Remember to order your supplies early because it’s more fun when you’re not rushing.

Lastly, check out the previous post for more ideas, just in case you missed it. Happy card making!

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