Easy Peasy Christmas Cards 69 ~ Merry Christmas

If this is the first time you’re just joining us…WELCOME to my Friday weekly installment on quick and easy to make Christmas cards. By making a few here and there you will avoid the rush later :D
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I’m not sure if I’ve used this particular sentiment before. (from Tim Holtz’s Christmas Memories Set) I have one in a smaller size that I’ve used countless times. It can be tough using larger sentiments with this size card. Here’s where we embrace the white space ;)
With a large sentiment, make it the focus of the card.

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Card measures 5 1/2 x 4 1/4
Red card stock measures 5 x 3/4
Patterned paper measures 5 x 1/2
-adhere the patterned paper to the red card stock
-cut out a triangle piece from the end (for it to look like a ribbon end or pennant)
-adhere patterned paper 1″ from the bottom of the card base
-stamp sentiment and emboss with clear embossing powder
-add pearls or rhinestone for a blingy accent

Yipeee!! Another card finished!! How are your seasonal cards coming? I’m sure you’re totally organized and have them all done ;)

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Thanks for dropping in and have a fun weekend!

Love,

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