Discover How to Make This Easy Christmas Card  + Video Tutorial

How would you like to learn how to get ahead this year when it comes to making your Christmas Cards?

Here are my goals with today's Christmas card:

1.  Something you can make in under 5 minutes, perfect for mass producing.

2.  Limited supplies, so you don't have to drag out everything in your craft room.

3.  A card that your kids can help you create.  (Helpers + Family Time = Win!)

What don't you know about this card?   That it took me all week.  OK, if you are scratching your head and asking how I met my goals listed above if it took me an entire week, then keep on reading….

How did I start?  With cutting.  Start with the card base.  Determine how many cards you want to make.  And cut & score your Very Vanilla.  (This is a great activity to do while watching Castle.)

Then the next time you sit down to work on these, cut your squares out – all the dimensions are listed in the video tutorial. (Great to do while watching NCIS.)

By the time Gray's Anatomy comes on, you are ready to do your dry embossing.  Go for a double header and do your punching and stamping during Scandal.

And then BOOM – all you have to do it assemble!  I am personally out of TV shows, you now know what I watch and when.  So who has kids games/activities going on this weekend?  Take all of your supplies, put them in a plastic shoebox and don't forget your adhesives.  Now you not only have your supplies in a box, you also have a work station using the lid of the box as your table top.

Here is the video tutorial walking you through this easy to make Christmas Card:

If you like this method of Christmas card making, then here is what you need to do in order to have them D-O-N-E by Halloween:

First, decide how many cards you are going to make and figure out your quantities.

Next, order your supplies through my online store, or if you would prefer, simply contact me and I will do it for you.

Then, get prepared to rock out all your Christmas cards in ONE WEEK.  Can you see yourself strutting down the street, with that Um-hmm swagger, walking up to total strangers and saying, “I finished my Christmas cards this week.”?

Like I said, in order for this to work, you do have to have your supplies.  And here is what I used:

Stamps:  Christmas Messages (wood mount:  131790, clear mount:  131793)

Ink:  Old Olive (126953)

Card Stock:  Very Vanilla (101650), Cherry Cobbler  (119685) and Crumb Cake (120953)

Accessories:  Big Shot (113439), Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder (117335), 1/8″ Silver Ribbon (132137), Dimensionals (104430), Season of Style Washi Tape (132155), Glue Dots (103683), Christmas Ornament Punch (132152)

To make it even easier, I have given you the item numbers and all the item numbers link directly to my online store.

I hope that you see this is a way to conquer your holiday cards and not be in fear this year of not getting them done!  I hope that today's video tutorial on how to make an Easy Christmas Card helps you!




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