July 2, 2022

Christmas In July Cards

 Since it is July I thought I would make some Christmas in July cards. Can never start too early, right? Plus scrapbook.com is celebrating all month long with free giveaways and sales.

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On my first card, I used the smallest tree in the Nested Fir Trees Die Set to cut out my trees. These dies have been out of stock for a while now and are FINALLY back in stock so make sure you hurry and get yourself some before they are gone again. I cut them out using three different papers from the new Peppermint Patterned Paper Collection. Then using a white cardstock card front, I ran the top half through an embossing folder with a dot pattern to give it some texture.

On the bottom half where I didn't emboss it, I stamped a sentiment using one of the stamps from the Merry Little Christmas Stamp Set. I matted the white card front with the pink paper from the Peppermint Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad and adhered it to my card base. Then adhered the three trees to the top half of my card. For the center tree, I used some foam squares to raise it up. For the gold stars over the tip of the tree top, I used Pops Of Color in Glitter Gold.

For my next cards, I angled a piece of the Peppermint Patterned Paper Collection on one side of the card front and cut the extra that was hanging over the edge of the card front off. Then I cut a strip of the  Peppermint Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad and adhered it to the edge of the patterned paper, again cutting off the excess. On the white side of the card, I die cut out the words Merry & Jolly using the Christmas Block Words Die Set from the Peppermint Smooth Cardstock Paper Pad.

On the Merry card, I used the Winter Cottage Stencil to stencil in a few twigs around the sentiment using ink that matched the paper color. Added a few drops of the Pops Of Color in Glitter Snowflake and added a ribbon bow to finish it off.

On the Jolly card, I fussy cut out a few of the flowers from the Peppermint Patterned Paper Collection and adhered them to the corner of the Jolly sentiment using foam squares. Then I added a few drops of Pops Of Color in Soft Lavender.

Three easy-to-make Christmas cards using only scrapbook.com exclusive products! Which one is your favorite?

Don't forget ALL OF THIS MONTH scrapbook.com is giving free gifts with orders and lots of sales too.

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I design for several companies because I genuinely love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free products to work with, and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use, and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.


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