Hello crafty friends! Today, I have a super simple yet beautiful Christmas card to share, featuring products from Scrapbook.com. In case you prefer to watch a short video on this card, here is the YouTube link. I would also love it you like and subscribe ;)
Using the Wide Blender Tool, I made a gingham pattern on white cardstock using Pops of Color in Rudolph Red and Glitter Gold. I love the way it makes the card panel so shiny and sparkly. I set this aside to dry.
While the background is drying, I chose papers from the Peppermint Paper Pad and cut the word Merry from the Christmas Block Words Set. Quick tip: save all the negatives and extra letters to make more Christmas cards later on.
Next, I cut letters to spell Christmas in gold cardstock with adhesive backing (I got mine from the big box store) using the Loopy Cursive Die Set. I then adhere the sentiment onto my card panel.
I wanted a little bit of pink, so I cut a pink cardstock down to 4.25 x 5.5 inches and the gingham card panel to 4 x 5.25 inches and layered them together. I also added dots here and there using the Pops of Color in Holly Green.
Lastly, I adhered the panel onto a card base.
That's all for this Christmas card. I hope that you like it!