Hello Pebbles friends! Marcia here today. Christmas cards may seem a little old fashion, but receiving one in the mail delights me so much. There is just something more tangible to a real card versus receiving an electronic greeting. There is still time to create some Christmas cards to send out to your favorite people too. I have a few ideas to share with you today using the festive Merry Little Christmas collection.
To aid in the creative process, I like to sort my die cut ephemera pieces into categories. For these cards, I had Winter scene and Santa Claus piles. Then I start looking for coordinating pattern paper. For this card I cut the 3×4 journal card with the card sentiment from a sheet of pattern paper, adhered it to some white cardstock and added a border.
Sometimes the pattern paper reminds me of a digital cut file that I have. This cut file is from JustNick Studios.
This card too was created with one of the 3×4 journal cards cut from a sheet of pattern paper. This time I adhered it to some fun banners I cut out with my Jen Hadfield Banner Punch Board.
I couldn’t resist making a little winter scene on this card using the tiny stickers. They are so fun to add a little dimension. I almost made this a shaker card. Wouldn’t that have been fun!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Christmas is 2 weeks away so go make some cards to mail!!
Merry Little Christmas 12×12 paper pad
Merry Little Christmas 6×6 paper pad
Merry Little Christmas Washi Tape
Merry Little Christmas Die Cut Ephemera
Merry Little Christmas Stickers
Merry Little Christmas Mini Stickers
Jen Hadfield Banner Punch Board