3 Easy Christmas Card Ideas that can be made in 10 Minutes or less

Washi Tape Tree Card

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1.Cut a square of green card to 15 x 15cm and mount on a 6x6 card blank.

2.On a piece of white card cut to 14.5 x 14.5cm use different lengths of patterned washi tape to create a Christmas tree shape. 

3.Stamp your sentiment on the bottom right corner then wrap twine around the bottom of your card before tying with a bow. Mount onto the card blank and add a red star gem on the top of the tree to finish. 

Bauble Trio Card 

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1.Trim a piece of striped paper cut to 15 x 15cm.

2.Cut 3 circles around 4.5cm in diameter, out of different patterned paper, stamp the middle circle with a Merry Christmas sentiment. 

3.Attach a length of twine to each bauble and stick down in a row using foam squares. Glue the dangling twine over the top of the backing paper.

4.Tie a twine bow onto each of the twine lengths then stick the backing paper to a 6x6 scalloped card to complete your project.  

Festive Bunting Card

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1.Cut a square of dark green card to 15 x 15cm and mount on a 6x6 card blank. Layer with a piece of white card followed by some lighter green card stock, trim each layer 5mm shorter each time. 

2.Trim a square of white card to 13 x 13cm, wrap a length of twine around the card, about 4cm from the top, create washi tape bunting on the twine and trim the edges to points. Mount onto the card base.

3.Add red gems to the corners of the card and stamp a festive sentiment in the bottom right corner.  

It’s always great to have quick make Christmas ideas when you have a few cards to make for family and friends, these cards can easily be made in batches, just set yourself up a production line to speed up your crafting. If you make these cards don’t forget to show us in the project gallery.


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