As in my previous card making post as part of Blogmas, I will make and share four different cards to fit the theme. Today I’m sharing some more traditional Christmas cards.
These are produced using a variety of methods; just to show how versatile it can be, making your own cards.
Traditional Christmas Cards
This second card post is probably my most common theme; traditional colours, very red and green, though I tried to have some fun with the cards I made!
If you would like to know how I make a specific card in more detail, get in touch, and I can explain further on the Facebook page. These papers are SO gorgeous, I can’t remember the name of the stack, Vintage Christmas? Possibly! I know I got them last year, so they aren’t new. If you know feel free to tell me.
Ribbon Bauble card
I punched red circles, layered onto this pretty tree print paper, and trimmed with some green ribbon, before finishing with some liquid pearls in silver. I did finish with some sparkly red sentiments after deciding this was a little too plain.
Snowflake Charm Card
Again these were really simple to make but so pretty! I kept these cards plain, just patterned paper with some coordinating ribbon and a small snowflake charm. After Christmas the charms can be cut; and turned into a “wish bracelet” which is so much fun!
The red papers are from Dovecrafts Festive wonders paper stack which I got this year.
I am a big fan of rosette cards, though they are hard to post, so I don’t make them very often! I chose to finish with a little robin sketch and some ribbon.
Traditional Paper block Christmas card
I absolutely adore this paper! So I let it speak for itself on this card, I finished with these little wooden tree shapes, which I used a couple of years ago too! I just love them!
Punched Snowflake Christmas Wreath Card
This card looks WAY more complicated than it is; but it might be my favourite of this “series”. Using several different papers from the Christmas stack I got last year; I punched several snowflakes, and alternated them into a circular wreath shape, gluing them into place, and finishing with some organza ribbon. I added one snowflake and a small gold sentiment to finish.
Over the month I will be sharing different styles of card, generally using punches, paper layering and stamping, though there will be different elements used here and there.
You can check out my Bright very non-traditional cards in this post!
Which is your favourite card in this post?
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