Quick & easy Christmas cards are always the best. Especially when you are looking to mass produce them. Today I’m sharing a simple card tutorial that you could easily replicate using any patterned paper and any long narrow holiday greeting.
If you like this card be sure to check out my Wrapped in Christmas class. Todays card was designed to coordinate with the cards we will be making in class and to fit in the box we’ll be creating.
Tip: When you are mass producing a card, whatever steps you can take to simplify the process will save you time. Using our notecards and envelopes is the perfect time saver! The cards are cut and scored for you! That saves you two steps!
You’ll find a full supply list at the bottom of this post.
- Note Card & Envelope
- Heartwarming Hugs DSP: 3 1/4″ x 4 3/4″
- Real Red: 2 1/4″ x 3 3/4″ (cut label shape from the Tasteful Labels Dies)
- Whisper White: 1″ x 4 3/4″
- Vellum: 1″ x 5 1/2″
- Red Rhinestones: x3
- Stamp greeting from Wrapped in Christmas using Staz On ink onto the centre of the vellum strip. Set aside to dry – it won’t take long.
- Die cut label shape from the real red card stock.
- Add the label shape to the centre of the patterned paper.
- Add the white card stock over top of the label shape and across the dsp.
- Position the stamped vellum strip over top of the white strip and fold the edges behind the patterned paper and adhere. This is what will hold the vellum in place.
- Add the patterned paper to the centre of the notecard.
- Add three rhinestones as shown.
Imagine how easy this would be as your Christmas card! You can change the look by simply changing out the patterned papers.
Have a creative day!
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In addition to the following items, I also used the Heartwarming Hugs DSP (153492) and the Wrapped in Christmas stamp set (153481) both will be available beginning August 4th, 2020.