Christmas card making is usually done early in the month of December, but this year I just cannot seem to get to it. So, I wanted to give you a few ideas from posts in previous years. Each is linked to the original post for step by step demonstrations. First up, here is a Tri fold card for a gift card to be inside.
Plus that same post has more cards, as I just couldn’t stop stamping that year.
I did multiple techniques with dark color paper in this post, including some cut outs – Christmas Cards.
Iris Folded Cards have overlapping bits of paper like the iris on a camera.
Using elements from other cards received was the focus of this post, making Christmas Cards for the Shelter.
Last year, I showed how to use scrapbook elements and papers to make unique cards.
Then, hang on to your cards received as I show how to Recycle Your Cards into bookmarks and gift tags for next year.
This year, the cardmaking is going to be a bit later. I hope I can get them done on time to send. Are you making cards this year?
I’m planning to do a quilt along next year with Lori Holt’s Vintage Christmas Book, available at Fat Quarter Shop 10% off. Get your copy as a gift to yourself this Christmas! There are also some used copies available for less on Amazon – Vintage Christmas Book at Amazon.