Yes, I do know it’s January! 😉
One of my goals this year is to design at least one Christmas card a month and make a few of each design. Then when it’s time to send the cards out I’ll have them all ready to go.
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I have a lot of Christmas stamps (a lot!! 😳) and by making cards throughout the year I’ll be able to use more of them. And I won’t be scrambling on December 15th trying to get all my cards done!
I stamped the gnome with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored him with Copic markers. I used a scalloped circle die to cut around the image and layered it to a larger scalloped circle cut from green card stock. (This is a great set of scalloped circle dies of you want to add to your collection.)
The sentiment is stamped with red ink on white card stock, trimmed close, and layered to a strip of red card stock.
To make the card, I attached a piece of patterned paper to the front of a white card and attached the gnome image to the right side of the card. The sentiment strip is attached using foam tape.
I made 4 cards using this design – it’s so easy to make several cards at once since you already have all of your supplies out. 😊
Planning to be back sometime next month with another Christmas card design if you’d like to build your stash along with me. 🎄
Until then, I’ll be sharing other fun things with you…