Are you ready for a quick & easy Christmas card?

Begin with a Thick Basic White card base, 8 1/2″ X 5 1/2″, folded at 4 1/4″. Layer the card base with Basic White Cardstock, cut with the largest Deckled Rectangles Die. Before gluing the layer to the card base, emboss it with the Snowflake Sky Embossing Folder.

In case you’re wondering, this embossing folder is carrying over, so it will be around for a while. Yay!

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Stenciled Pine Boughs


Next, use a Joy Of Noel Die to cut a pine frond from Vellum Cardstock, approximately 3″ X 3″. The “cut-out” space makes a stencil for you to add Granny Apple Green Ink to Basic White Cardstock, cut with the third largest Deckled Rectangles Die.

Use a Small Blending Brush, stroking in one direction, so the frond stays in place, until moving it to the next location.


Use a second, Joy Of Noel Die, to cut thee Real Red Cardstock berries, glue them in place, and attach the layer with Dimensionals. 

The sentiment, “many merry thoughts & wishes,” is from the Saint Nicholas Stamp Set. I stamped it in Real Red Ink, used a Sending Die for cutting, attached it with Dimensionals, and my “quick & easy” card was complete.

The Joy Of Noel Dies and Saint Nicholas Stamp Set are “Last Chance” products, so order now while they’re still available.


I was inspired by TGIF.


My December Host Code Gift

Place an order of $75.00 or more, before tax and shipping, and I will send you Iridescent Adhesive-backed Discs (200, 40 each of five colors) in January.


Thank you for visiting. Have a wonderful holiday season!

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