TEN CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY CARDS USING ONE 12″ X12″ PIECE OF SCRAPBOOK PAPER

PLANNING AND CREATING TEN CHRISTMAS/HOLIDAY CARDS

Five Christmas Cards

Planning ahead to create handmade Christmas and or Holiday cards can be an easy, creative and stress free.

Step One-select a 12″ x 12″ piece of double sided that has an over all pattern that is Christmas themed or Holiday themed.

Step Two– you will need a paper trimmer, a scissor, ruler, double sided tape, liquid glue, foam tape, five sheets of 8 1/2″ x 11″ white cardstock, ten envelopes, off white cardstock for the sentiment tags, black ink, a pencil, a variety of Christmas/Holiday sentiment stamps, Nuvo accent bottles, clear glitter pens, red cardstock, red glitter and Xyron sticker maker mini machine with single sided sticky cartridge.

Step Three- use the Card Template/Map to measure out the dimensions for the 12″ x 12″ scrapbook paper. Number each envelope 1-10. As you cut pieces for each card, put the pieces in the matching numbered envelope. Cut the white card stock in half and score at 4 1/2″ and fold in half.

Step Four– remove the cut pieces from one envelope, the A2 white card and arrange the pieces using both sides of the pattern to create the card front layout. Add the stamped sentiment to the completed card front

Step Five– When all the card layouts are in place and the sentiments have been added it’s time to create the glittery hearts. Die cut ten small hearts from red paper, place on the sticky side of the Xyron tape, Remove the die cut heart and sprnkle with red glitter over a piece of scrap paper. Add the glittery heart to the card for an accent. Add accents by outlining some of the pattenrs using the glitter pen. Add glittery Nuvo drops for accents. Add sentiments and greetings to the inside of the card. Hooray! Ten cards done!

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