Each of the squares was stamped & embossed in gold. Thin ribbon in red & green was used. You don’t always need to spend a lot of money the stamp for the star & ornament were found in the dollar bin (I think at Michaels). www.michaels.com
2 shades of blue paper & white paper. Rip paper to form hills & valleys. Attach 3 punched Christmas trees. 2 silver brads on the sides hold most of it together but I did use double sided tape just to make sure. The inside of this card is almost as good as the outside. See next picture. The outside of this card was inspired by Linda’s card in Paper Creations Magazine Winter 2006 page 71. www.papercreationsmag.com
The snowman was cut out using Fiskars (www2.fiskars.com) deckle edge scissors then framed in red. I used the Cricut (www.Cricut.com) to print out the “Have a jolly” by replacing the blade with a pen. This made the wording look a little dottie. Inside is stamped & embossed Merry Christmas framed in green. Merry Christmas stamp by Stampailities (www.caftstc.com).
This is a smaller card than the other one I made plus I left the bow off this one. I tore paper to make the ground. I then stamped the wise men (Inkadinkado www.eksuccessbrands.com) in black on it. I gold embossed the star in the blue sky. Inside I stamped Christ is born die cut out using Spellbinders Nestabilities small labels. Then framed in blue. The star came from the bargin bin at Michaels.
This was a very easy card. Used the Cricut Base Camp cartridge for the letters. Filling in with scrap white paper behind the tags. I used a jewel for the middle of the “O”. I threaded the letters through a thin green ribbon.
Funky back ground paper. Punched tree pop’d out with pop dots & jewels added to it. Stamp Joy and emboss. Frame with red. Stamped & embossed Merry Christmas on inside framed in green. Also has a punched Christmas tree in the same paper as on the front.