Holiday Leftovers – Make These Two Cards at One Time

I'm at the end of my holiday crafting, which means it's time for Holiday Leftovers!!! I love using up paper, ribbon, all kinds of things that I have sitting around.

It gives me a sense of joy knowing I used something up that I purchased, it just feels good!

PLUS, I made a video for you, cuz I love you!

These cards go together so quickly – so we are going to make two cards at once.

You can make one using one piece of patterned paper, just keep in mind that when you cut your patterned paper, you will need to measure to get the angles right.

With this fast method, no measuring when you cut the corners is needed.

Let me share these adorable cards with you… you would never know these are leftovers.

OH WAIT – before we do that – let me remind you that the awesome patterned paper that we are using will retire soon. It's a host selection, so that means you can only get it when you combine orders with others to get the order total above $150, or place an order of that size on your own. When you do that, you get to pick free merchandise, and while you can use that money for anything Stampin' Up! offers, there are Host Only items you can also choose from.

The Project

Now we can get to the cutie pie projects…

Adorable, right?

AND you don't need a lot of time or supplies.

The Supplies

For this one, I did use a Paper Pumpkin sentiment and retired ribbon, when I say leftovers, I mean it, lol!!

To order any of these supplies, simply click on a link below.  Use the Host Code below to earn free tutorials from me as a fun thank you!

Click here to place your order with me, use the host code below, and receive a free gift from me. 

Current Host Code: MPJA4UDW

For orders over $150 placed through my store, don't use the hostess code, you will still get your free gift from me.

 

 

 

The Video

As promised above, here is the video walking you through how easy these are to make.

Thank You

Thank you so much for stopping by, I love it when you do! Leave me a comment and let me know if you would make cards like these. XOXO, Meg

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