When you have to make a lot of Christmas cards, it’s good to make one that’s simple.  It doesn’t have to look simple, but it should be fairly easy to do….

That is, unless you have lots of time or are really fast.

I’m fast.  Ann is not.

Have you started your Christmas cards yet?

So here’s a card we’re thinking of making tomorrow at our Christmas Card Stamp-as-Stack here at Central Bark.  (We’ve got a repeat class on Saturday.)

Simple Christmas CardIt’s not too late to come make 9 cards and envelopes  with me and Ann, you can register for the Wednesday class here.  OR we have a few spots left for Saturday as well so you can register for the Saturday class here.

We could have stamped the star at the top of the tree, but I thought that a Metallic Enamel Star would be better.

We could even add some sparkle to the middle of each of the stars we stamped in Old Olive onto the Old Olive card base. Or perhaps on those Real Red ornaments.

Simple Christmas Card

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Card Making Tips

  • Ann stamped the tree trunk in Soft Suede first.
  • Then, she stamped the more solid branches in Pear Pizzazz and then the more detailed branches in Old Olive over it.
  • Real Red ornaments wento n last

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What a great handmade Christmas card idea!