Christmas Cards in Minutes for Scrapbook Nerd
let the Christmas season oficially start! YAY!!!
This week we have been asked to create a Christmas cards for our weekly inspiration post for Scrapbook Nerd, and since it has been a super busy week for me, I decided to create this set of cards using cut files and pre made embellishments. I don't know about you, but somedays simple is better.
This first card was created using a cut file from the Silhouette Store. I purchased a wide range of color cardstock from Scrapbook Nerd a while ago, and this time, i pulled the navy one to create the base of the card. Next I added a frame of white gold cardstock using a bit of foam adhesive for dimension, and then added the cut out using a thicker foam adhesive so that it is higher than the frame. To finish I added a sentiment from the Pinkfrsh Studio Oh Joy collection, and a few star sequin to the tree.
For this card, I decided to cut a wreath file from Paige Evans on white cardstock and white gold cardstock and layered then on top of craft stock. Then propped the sentiment -from the new Pebbles Bright and Cozy collection- with some foam adhesive on top of the wreath. A few drops of white ink complete this card.
This last card was created using white gold cardstock to cut the snowflake from a Handipaper cut file, then I created the vellum sleeve to fit a paper from the Bright and cozy collection from Pebbles. Next I used some glue dots to attach the glitter heart from Prima Marketing's Santa Baby collection, and then the sentiment from the Pinkfresh Studio's Oh Joy collection.
In total, with cutting time included, the set took me less than 30 minutes to put together. Easy, peasy!
You can check all the materials at Scrapbook Nerd, there is a huge sale going on now, so make sure to stop by!
Let the Holiday season begin!