Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Season's Greetings - December 11th with Lori

Hello, everyone! Lori back today with another idea for quick and easy cards for the holiday season. 

Season's Greetings

Just about every collection comes with a sheet or two of cut apart cards. Today I am going to show you some quick and easy Christmas cards using these cut apart cards.

Using pocket/cut apart cards on your card.

Just pick a few of your favorite cards from the papers, cut them apart, and you are well on your way to a quick and easy card all ready to send or give.

You can embellish your cards as much, or as little, as you like. I like to keep my cards that are going in the mail fairly flat to keep down extra postage, so I kept my embellishing to a minimum.

These three cards were the easiest of the bunch! I just cut them apart and added them to a card front. I did add some enamel dots and stamped a sentiment to the card on the left, I added enamel dots and a doodled line around the middle card, and the card on the right was just put onto the card front. You can't get any easier than that!

For these two cards, I simply used 3x4 cards and matted and double matted them. I added a stamped sentiment to the card on the left and die cut a few gold glitter stars to the one on the right. 

For this last card, I used another 4x6 cut apart card and added it to a 5x7 base. The only embellishing on this card is a few glitter dots to the centers of the larger flowers.

This is such a simple way to create some cute cards and to use up some of those cut apart sheets!

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Have a very Merry Christmas!


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