December 21, 2022

Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Card

  Hello! Can you believe it is almost Christmas? Today I am sharing another Christmas card I made. Today's card is a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree card.

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This was a rather simple card to create. I stamped the Crackerbox Stamps Charlie Brown Tree and colored it with Copic Markers. Then stamped the Crackerbox Stamps Not What's Under The Tree sentiment stamp, cut it out, and then matted it on some fun patterned paper. The two Crackerbox Stamps I used can also be purchased as a set.
This is a super quick and simple card to mass produce for getting out those last-minute Christmas cards like what I am trying to do now.

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