Gingerbread Cookies – June Christmas Card

Hi friends,

We’re halfway through the year which means it’s time for June’s Christmas Card design. πŸŽ„ I’m so excited that I have kept up my goal to design and create a Christmas card each month! You can find the cards I’ve made so far here… January, February, March, April, and May. I’ve been trying to keep my cards fairly simple so I can make several at a time. I’ve made 4 to 6 cards each month which seems to be working out well for me. πŸ™‚

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This sweet card was made using the stamp set called Gingerbread Cookies from Mama Elephant. The sentiment is from the Merry Little Cupcakes stamp set from Unity Stamp Company.

I stamped the plate of gingerbread cookies with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white card stock and colored the image with Copic markers. Then I cut the image out, leaving a tiny white border around it.

I attached a piece of green card stock to a white card and layered a strip of patterned paper over it. I stamped “Sweet Holiday Wishes” with black ink near the top left side of the card. I attached the plate of cookies to the card using foam tape. To finish it off, I added 3 red sequins. Super sweet and simple!

This would be a cute card to attach to a plate of homemade cookies for a sweet Christmas gift. πŸͺ

Have you started making any Christmas cards yet? I think I’m really going to like having so many made ahead of time. πŸ™‚

Anita

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