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Holiday Quickies: Merry Christmas Card

By: Debbie Ebat, Artistic Guide

 Finished size: 6 x6  inches

Supplies:
Stamps:
Christmas cling set  (Recollections)

Papers:
Gold metallic  from my stash

red paper from my stash
6x6" Bright Christmas Pad (Recollections)
Inks:
Versamark (Tsuineko)

Other:
Dies:
Merry Christmas (Cheery Lynn Designs)

      Swedish Spring Oval Frame (Cheery Lynn Designs)
Grand Calibur (Spellbinder)
Ultra fine mirror gold embossing powder (Stamp Amania)
Double Stick Tape
Dries clear adhesive (Art Glitter)
Scissors
heat gun

Directions:

This is truly a 10 minute card!

  1. I started by doing the die cuts for the oval and the Merry Christmas.
  2. Glue the Merry Christmas inside the oval.
  3. Stamp the Christmas tree, emboss it with the Gold embossing powder, then cut it out.
  4. I used a full sheet of 6 x 6 inch paper to make a square card.
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  5. Tape the oval in the center, as shown below.
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  6. Attach the tree to the side, and you are done!

This stack of paper has some wonderful ways you can make some quick cards, but you need to remember that square cards will cost you more for postage.

Thanks!

Debbie



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  1. Beautiful. Place the card in a 6x9 envelope. Tape the extra 3 inches together inside. Then it will mail for regular postage. You don't have to tape the excess but it just looks nicer. Again, very nice.