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Personalized family Christmas cards can be made at home. Find a card, old or new, which has large ornaments on the front, at least as many ornaments as members of the family.
Need some inspiration for your handmade Christmas cards? I came up with these clean and simple cards which can be reproduced in minutes to give to your friends and family. The materials used: cardstocks, decorative papers, embellishments, ribbons, and rub-on sayings. Tools: decorative scissors, scissors double-sided adhesive, and paper trimmer
I love to involve my children in our homemade cards and gifts that we give away. Christmas cards are a family project. Last year we made the cover of the card like Eric Carle.
My daughter-in-law is very gifted in creating beautiful scrapbooks and greeting cards, so every year for my birthday, which happens to fall in November, I receive a lovely array of handmade greeting cards including a minimum of 20 Christmas cards.
I buy plain cards and envelopes and a stamp for my holiday cards. I use clear fixative on the stamp, stamp the card, sprinkle with glitter (usually silver) and then use a heat gun to set the design. I use a smaller stamp and do the same thing on the envelope.
This was my last years Christmas Card. I made the card using Adobe elements after taking some classes. It was so much fun.
You can use any paper that you have on hand, like scrap paper, construction paper, etc. Cut and fold the paper so it will fit into an envelope. Decorate the outside of the card with stamps or pictures from old Christmas cards that have been sent to you.
I don't do much gift giving at the holidays, but I do like to send out Christmas cards and enclose a little "something" inside the card. I have a Cheery Reindeer word-find that I copied out of an old magazine and I am going to enclose that inside some cards.
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Where can I get the template for the "A Christmas Story" with the flagpole?
How can I make the cutest christmas cards for my friends? They need to be cheap.
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