Hello! Happy holidays! Today I have a quick, clean and simple holiday card tutorial for you. So perfect for mass-produced and last-minute holiday cardmaking. I used Watching Deer Circle with Stitched Circle Trees die sets from Memory Box. The outside and inside sentiments are from Altenew’s Holiday Wishes.
Christmas just days away and I still have a lot on my To-Do list to check off. So this will be my last post for 2019. I want to thank each and every one of you awesome fellow crafty friends for your continuing support of my blog and to many of you, the gift of your beautiful friendship. I wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and to those that don’t celebrate, Happy Holidays! May the new year bring you and your family blessings, prosperity, and peace. See you in 2020 with my first post on January 1st for the launch of Cards for Little Hearts’ 4th Annual Heart-Themed Card Drive. Please take care and safe travel.
Card | Die-Cut Watching Deer Holiday Wishes
- (stamps) Altenew Holiday Wishes
- (die-cut) Memory Box Stitched Circle Trees and Watching Deer Circle, My Favorite Things A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX set 1, My Favorite Things A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX set 2
- (cardstock) Neenah Solar White, Reverse Confetti Salsa
- (ink pads) Simon Says Stamp Intense Black
- (tools) MISTI, Sizzix Big Shot, cutting pads, paper trimmer, metal snipper, acrylic block, bone folder
- (other) foam tape, double-sided adhesive
- Create an A2 size (4-1/4″x5-1/2″) side folded card base using Salsa cardstock.
- On a 3.5″x3.5″ white cardstock, cut out the deer circle.
- Cut out a stitched rectangle frame using white cardstock.
- Cut out another stitched rectangle frame using white cardstock. Stamp on the inside sentiment. Adhere to inside of the card and signed.
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