A very short post today. Christmas is not that far away so I have been busy making some Christmas cards. I love the two Christmas reflections pack from Close to My Heart – Snowhaven and Yuletide Carol. Both have such different themes but they both make stunning Christmas cards.
I love utilizing the patterns on the papers and the gorgeous wee socks hanging on the shelf is so beautiful and the red paper from the Snowhaven pack coordinates well.
I taught a class yesterday starting with the basics of card making just using the basic equipment i.e. no Cuttlebugs and Cricut machines and this is a good example of a card anyone can make with the basic tools and lovely patterned papers.
Finally this is one of my favourite cards. I love the combination of the Ruby, Black and Glacier colours. I have used the Artfully Sent Cricut cartridge to cut the sentiment tag and used the Curlicue Frames stamp set that came with the cartridge to stamp it in Black ink. I love the sentiments from the Just to say… stamp set that also came with the cartridge. I know that I am going to get a lot of use from these two stamp sets. This pattern is from the Make It From Your Heart Volume 2 book and is such an easy pattern to use.
Cardstock – Black, Ruby, White Daisy, Colonial White
Paper – Snowhaven, Yuletide Carol
Stamp sets – Artfully Sent Just to say…, Curlicue Frames, Scandanavian Wishes (NLA)
Cricut Cartridge – Artfully Sent
Twin Touch Shinhan marker – Carmine
These cards are for sale at Gift Hutt along with my other cards I have featured in my recent posts.
Have a good week and happy crafting.
5 thoughts on “CTMH makes Christmas cards easy.”
Great Christmas Cards!!! 🙂 The last one is my favorite!
Very nice cards. I really like how you stamped the sentiments on the third card.
The colours work so well together and create unique themed Christmas cards. I can’t quite make up my mind between the first and last card Patricia 😀 <3
I am sure this time of the year you are very busy indeed Patricia. Your cards are just stunning as usual. 😀 ♥
Thank you Sophia for your lovely comment. 🙂 xxx