This weekend I decided to pull out my Christmas stash and make a couple of cards. Every year I make cards for my family and friends at Christmas. I make approximately 60 cards so I thought I should get a jump start on it so that I can have them all done by mid November. I usually make about 6 different cards – 10 cards of each type.
The two cards were made with paper from the Recollections Sugar Plum paper pack. I love the papers in this pack. The little red envelope on card #1 was made by me and there is an image with steps at the end of this post so you can see how I did it.
The first photo is the outside of the card and the second photo is the inside of the card. The sentiment is from the Cornish Heritage Farms - Heart Warmers stamp set.
Here is a photo of the outside of card #2. This is a tri-fold card. The sentiment (Cornish Heritage Farms - Heart Warmers stamp set) holds the card together by tucking it under the little green snowflake to the right of it. The bow was made with several pieces of twine tied together to make several loops.
This is what the inside of card #2 looks like. I used the Spellbinders Beaded Squares (Part Number S4-315). and some of the Recollections paper that I used on the front. Once again, I used the Inkadinkado sentiment from the Warm Holiday Wishes set.
STEPS FOR WATERFALL ENVELOPE:
Start with a 4x6-inch piece of paper and follow the steps below…
I finished it off by adding a brad to hold the flaps down. This makes card #38 through 57 of the 100 cards in 100 days challenge. (10 of card #1 and 10 of card #2).