Hi lovely crafty friends, today I have some time-saving tips for your Christmas cards. When you haven’t started on your Christmas makes yet, you may be in desperate need of some hacks to make your life easier.
Well, I have some simple ones for you along with a few cards of course.
All techniques and ideas are shown in the video tutorial. Make sure to watch it to get all the best tips and tricks.
In case you like to see more Christmas card ideas watch the 5 Ways With One die Video.
(All supplies are linked to different stores at the end of this post in the thumbnails. The different stores are also linked behind the product name. Among them are affiliate links that may be used at no cost to you.)
Using a colour scheme is one way to go when working with cardstock. Using the colour scheme in a few different ways makes it more fun using the same colours for multiple cards.
On both cards I used the Studio Light Sending Joy Build A Christmas Tree die ( JGG | SSS | ECS )
On the card on the left it’s cut out of glitter card and the one on the right was embossed with Tim Holtz 3D Embossing Folder – Engraved ( SBC | SSS )
With the days getting shorter and a bit colder I thought it was time for some cool new free quotes. Just add your info to get your free quotes sheet.
A fast but fun way to make cards is using patterned paper. I picked the Sending Joy Paper Pad ( JGG | SSS | ECS ). Add in the Sending Joy Die Cut Block ( JGG | SSS | ECS ) to save time fussy cutting and you have whipped up some cards in a jiffy.
These papers were also used to make Five Cards With One Die Set, make sure to check it out in case you missed it.
Here are a few more cards with the same paper pad and die-cut block. Some craft foam to create a raised card panel. A simple way to add interest to the cards and create some dimension.
Here I have the link in case you like to check out the complete Sending Joy Collection ( JGG | SSS | ECS ) with more pretty paper, dies and stamps.
Thanks for stopping by and make sure to keep on crafting!