Who has time to make their own Christmas cards? Well, I love it, so it is not a hassle to make the time. Seriously, though, here is an easy and quick card to make. The layout is very simple. Only a few tools are required that most of us crafters have on hand.
The layout is super simple, which lends itself to making a bunch of them quickly. You can use the same layout and different papers to get a set of Christmas cards to send to everyone on your list. Of course, you’ll need to have some circle stickers or some other focal point for the outside and inside of the card. I used the chipboard and stickers sheet from the Echo Park collection, “Here Comes Santa Clause”. Instead, you could cut a smaller scalloped circle and stamp it with a greeting or image using acrylic or rubber stamps. If you don’t have that or don’t want to go to the trouble, here are two .png images you can use for free (one for front and one for inside)! Right click the image and choose save image as to save it to your computer.
I hope you give it a try, but most of all, I hope you have fun :0)
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