Polka Dot Christmas Tree Card

Do you participate in all the madness of Black Friday? I prefer to stay in my warm and cozy bed! Anyone who knows me will tell you that I am not a morning person!! I will never be up before the sun to go shopping 😉 I would much rather sleep in and spend the day crafting…

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s time to think about Christmas cards. This is a quick and easy card to make for all those special people you want to send a little Christmas cheer.

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Here are the supplies you’ll need:

  • kraft cards (or card stock to make into cards)
  • kraft card stock (for the tag and sentiment)
  • red polka dot card stock (mine had kraft colored polka dots)
  • red card stock
  • silver eyelets
  • twine
  • embossing folder, word label punch, and label punch from Stampin’ Up
  • tree punch from EK Success (I found mine at Hobby Lobby)

I embossed a panel of green card stock with the poinsettia embossing folder and attached it to a kraft card. I cut a tag from kraft card stock (I used a tag I already had as a template), set a silver eyelet in the top, and tied it with a small piece of twine. I punched a tree from red polka dotted card stock and attached it to the tag. The tag is then put on the card with pop dots. I stamped Merry Christmas with red ink on kraft card stock, punched it with the word label punch, and attached it to a label punched from red card stock. The label is attached with pop dots.

This is the perfect card to create if you have a lot of Christmas cards to send. It is simple and comes together very quickly, so you can make as many as you need without taking away too much time from shopping!

Thanks for stopping by,

Anita

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