Hello friends! Need a last-minute Christmas card? This one only took me a few minutes to make and you can even cut some time by using patterned paper for the background and trees. Let's get started!
I first cut a white cardstock down to 4.75" square and ink blended it with Tattered Rose Distress Oxide Ink through the Pinstripe Stencil. I rotated the stencil and ink through it again with the same ink to make a gingham pattern.
Next, I cut the trees from the Pine Trees Dies and ink blended it with Evergreen Bough Distress Oxide Ink. I sprayed some water for an oxidized effect and also splattered some white ink. The trunks are cut from brown cardstock. The largest tree is glued onto the center of the card panel and the two smaller trees are foam mounted for dimension.
Do you have any Pretty Pink Posh jewels? This is the perfect project to use some up. I've used the new Ruby Red Pearls for my trees - 6 mm for the large tree, 4 mm for the medium tree, and 3 mm for the small tree.
For the sentiment, I stamped Season's Greetings on a strip of kraft cardstock and foam mounted it on the top right of the panel. I cut a 5" square card base and glued the card panel. Lastly, I tied a twine on the side for added texture and interest.
That's all for this square-shaped Christmas card. I hope that I've inspired you to make this simple card. Have a great day!