Friday, 22 October 2010

Christmas 2010 - Card No.2 Merry & Bright (Square 4" x 4")

This is the second in my Christmas card series for 2010. It uses very little in the way of supplies – pick one focal stamp, one sentiment stamp, 1 sheet of repetitive patterned paper cut into strips, another plain paper cut into very thin strips, some gems and a scalloped border punched contrasting cardstock. Perfect for making mega bulk-batches of Christmas cards!

As you can see from this photo, I’ve already made quite a few…

…so if you want to get a head start on your Christmas card shopping this year, you can head over to my Folksy shop to grab a pack. I’m selling them in packs of 5. This is a super-cheerful card, just right for this time of year, and perfect for Christmas. They are approx. 4” x 4” in size, and of course, I’ll send you 5 envelopes too =)

The video below shows how I made the card, but I also give you some tips on bulk-making cards, great for this time of year, when if you’re anything like me, you’ve got loads of Christmas cards to make!

Watch below | Watch at YouTube


  1. Thank you very much for the video (great as always) and the idea. I might just try to make something like this for Christmas.

  2. I just discovered your blog and WOW, it's amazing! Thanks so much for the video tutorial! This card is so sweet. Would you mind telling what color the second green Distress ink was? It looks great with the shabby shutters.

    Off to explore some more!

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  4. @Christiana The second Distress ink is in Peeled Paint. This and Shabby Shutters are my go-to distress inks. Love love love!!


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