Easy Peasy Christmas Cards 65 ~ A Very Merry Christmas

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I can’t believe it’s 74 days until Christmas! That’s when it hit me that I really NEED to be making more Christmas cards, quick! As I hadn’t made a Easy Peasy Christmas card in a little while I thought that the first one back should be SUPER simple!


Card Measures 5 1/2 x 4 1/4
-die cut Tattered Poinsettia or any other die onto some thick card stock or even a stencil blank.
-place stencil over top card base
-spray Dylusions Cherry Pie Ink Spray lightly (it’s okay if it blobs or looks speckled)
-once dry stamp sentiment
-add embellishments such as pearls, rhinestones, etc.

This absolutely is a card that you can whip off several at once. To speed up drying you can easily use a heat tool!

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Thanks for joining me today and have a great weekend!


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2 thoughts on “Easy Peasy Christmas Cards 65 ~ A Very Merry Christmas

  1. Hi Spike,

    I am soo glad to hear from you again, you have been on my mind, and I have been worried about you, as have a number of us. As Christine said, we have missed you, so welcome back. Love the poinsettia card, and I even have the die Yay. Take care LOL

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