Card Making Project: Christmas Card

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Merry-and-bright-52281.png Card Making Project: Christmas Card
Have a go at making this quick Christmas card from our November issue.

If you're knee deep in Christmas card making and have found yourself running out of ideas, Making Cards and Papercraft are always here to save the day! Here's a cute and quick project from the November edition, designed to keep your lucky recipents merry and bright...


Card Making Project

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Be Merry and Bright


You will need

Making Cards & Papercraft Craft Paper Collection
White & red card
Leaf embossing folder of your choice
Die-cutting machine
Sentiment stamps by Card-Io
Selection of red paper flowers
Red adhesive gems

What you need to do

Create a 14cm square white card blank with the fold at the top. Emboss white card using your embossing folder. Trim to 12.8cm square, mount on red card and fix to the card front. Cut bell paper to 12.8x8cm, mount on red card leaving a border along the top and bottom and fix to the bottom of the card front. Cut the lantern topper, add a faux stitched frame with a fine line pen and mount on red card. Attach to the left of the card front with foam pads. Add three red gems to the top left corner. Stamp a sentiment on white card, trim to size and mount on red card. Fix to the top right of the topper with foam pads. Stick three red paper flowers to the bottom right corner.

Merry and Bright finished card

For more inspiration on how best to use your free Craft Paper Collection from the November issue, grab a copy of the magazine now!