The holiday season wouldn’t be the same without some fresh winter greenery. Holly, pine, red berries—all look gorgeous and festive decorating the doors and store fronts around town. For today’s project, I’m using paper “greens’ to frame a simple sentiment for a cheerful Christmas greeting card.
Glitter and Christmas cards definitely go hand in hand. For my project today, I’m showcasing Bo Bunny’s Glitter Paste in Emerald with a stencil from Echo Park. The stencil is called Branches, from their Celebrate Autumn line, but I thought with some green glitter paste, it could easily be used for a holiday themed card.
Nothing says holidays like pine trees covered in snow with just a bit of green peeking out. Even if you’re in a warm climate, you can still re-create that winter-y cozy feeling on a greeting card.
A gift card may not be fancy, but it is easy to give this time of year when you have a ton of people to buy for. I actually love getting them! Why not though, take a little time to make your own little pocket card for it? It adds a little extra special touch and a place to write a nice message for your gift.
Making the most out of my scrapbook paper kits is always my goal. For today’s project, I’ll be showing you four types of cards made from Carta Bella’s adorable Santa’s Workshop collection kit with a little help from the 6×6 paper pad.
The poinsettia has always been a beautiful symbol of the Christmas season. For today’s project, I have a gorgeous, detailed Poinsettia stamp from Ken Oliver that I’ll use in a couple of ways.