Today on Christmas Eve we wanted to share this post on how to make a Merry Christmas card as a Christmas card to you, our loyal followers and fans. We’ve shared some incredible Christmas cards and projects this month and what better way to end the cheer with a Merry Christmas card?
Lisa made today’s card and she’s sharing lots of fun tips and ideas. Let’s dive in!
Lisa stamped a piece of white card stock with the ‘Twas The Night background stamp using Versamark and heat embossed with a gorgeous Rose Gold embossing powder.
Then Lisa used the Rectangle Combo OPC #3 die with white card stock and flipped the two largest frames – the outside with the circles and the inside with the scallops – upside down and applied foam tape over the seam where the two frames met to adhere them together and add some dimension.
Lisa trimmed her embossed panel down to fit within the window made by the foam tape and adhered embossed side down over the foam tape on the back of her frame assembly. PRO TIP: Make sure your words are straight before you stick this down!
Now Lisa stamped her images, colored them with Copics and cut them out with the coordinating dies. She arranged her images in the two opposite corners of her frame and when she had it just so, stuck her pieces down with varying thicknesses of foam tape for lots of delicious dimension.
Lisa loved the sentiment from the set so stamped it, trimmed it with scissors and added it within the frame of her card.
All that was left were a few sequins for a little shine to complement her rose gold embossing and this card was ready to share!
There you have it! This post on how to make a Merry Christmas card brings this year’s Christmas celebration to a close. We wish you all a blessed holiday!