Christmas Cards · Video Tutorial

Making a 10 Minute Christmas Card with Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps

Today I have a very quick, but still beautiful, Christmas Card to share with you. It only uses two stamps, too!! This would be the perfect card to make multiples of, it’s so simple and easy! This card was also made for the Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Challenge happening this month! For all the information on that particular challenge and if you too want to enter a project of your own, head HERE for all the details and the link up. If you want to watch the quick process of making this card, the full video tutorial is down below!



Like I said above, I used only two stamps for my card today! The Ornament Bulb Stripe and Christmas Simple, both from Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps were so easy to pair together for this sparkly Christmas card. I started by stamping and heat embossing three of the ornaments onto a piece of white cardstock. After, I quickly colored the ornaments with Distress Inks. Be sure to watch the video above for more information on how I did that!

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This card was so quick to finish. I added string to each ornament to make them appear as if they were hanging. For the sentiment, I stamped and heat embossed the same exact way as the baubles so they would match. Finally, I popped the panel onto an A2 card base!


I hope you all will pop on over and check out the Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps Challenge! It is super easy to play along with! And if you liked my card today and are interested in the any of the supplies I used, you can find all linked up down below!! Happy Crafting!!


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