December 20, 2022

Christmas Card With Xyron

 Hello! Today I am sharing a Christmas card I made.

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The best and easiest way to adhere small diecuts is with the Xyron Creative Stations. I used some woodgrain cardstock for my card front and adhered it to a white card base with my Xyron Mega Runner. Then I die cut out several leaves using the Maker's Movement Winter Foliage Die Set and some foiled paper. For the sentiment, I used the Maker's Movement Tiny Happy Holidays Die and cut it out 3 times with white cardstock to layer them and cut the shadow and top layer of the sentiment out with foiled paper. Then I ran all the die cut pieces through my Xyron Creative Station Lite and adhered them to the front of my card. I added some red Stickles to create the berries.

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