This card is super simple and fast to make! I used a 3″ x 4″ red piece of cardstock, then cut a piece of Christmas patterned paper slightly smaller to mat onto the red. Then used ribbon, a Christmas greeting stamp with red ink and adhesive pearls to finish this card.
All of us love the idea of recycling, don’t we? It’s just the responsible thing to do. While I was looking through various blogs today, I came across an awesome idea by Ferrellgraph-x blog. She made a fabulous greeting card using a soda can!
She simply washed it, of course lol, then flattened it out and cut what she needed, then ran it through with an embossing folder. The results are breathtaking! You can try it for yourself by clicking here —> Recycled Pop Can Card.
By this time of December, you need very easy and quick cards for Christmas. This one is not only quick, but will help use up your scraps of paper!
I used 3 different scraps of green paper and one of brown to make this tree. It is easily decorated with buttons, stickles or peel-off stickers. Your kids will even get a kick out of helping you make this easy card!
Here’s a quick Christmas card that you can make in a hurry! You will need drying time for the stickles, but otherwise, the making of it is fast! Otherwise, you need glue, small buttons and 2 holly leaves, along with your paper for the card of course. A Peel-Off Greeting makes the finishing touch extra easy!