Hello, and welcome. Today I'm showing you the last craft project I've completed before Christmas. From now until the 25th I'll just be focusing on wrapping presents, cooking and getting the house ready for the holidays. But since we still love to mail real Christmas cards to our family and friends, I decided I could just make a few more cards.
These are among the easiest cards you can make and are perfect for this season, especially if you want to have your kids involved.
- blank cards (you can buy them pre-cut or cut your own)
- shape cutters (I used my Sizzix dies, but you can use print shapes and then trace around; cookie cutters work well for this too)
- Christmas craft papers (or even wrapping paper, as long as it's not too thin or wrinkled)
- small glue-on rhinestones (optional)
All you need to do is to cut your shapes and then glue them on the cards and add the rhinestones.
I made a few using different papers.
This is a very quick and fun project and will leave you with a lovely set of Christmas cards to mail to your loved ones this season.
And if you like these, you can also check the stamped snowflake holidays cards I made earlier this month:
Happy Thursday, and happy holidays,