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Make it Monday #33 Handmade Christmas card from scraps

How to make a handmade christmas card using the cut offs and scraps from your Designer Series Paper

Welcome to today’s blog which is Episode 33 of my Make it Monday Series and this is an adorable handmade Christmas Card using some cut offs from previous projects that used DSP (my love it chop it cards) from my All About that DSP Series. In this tutorial I decided to use the Night Before Christmas DSP and the co-ordinating stamps and ink/embellishments.

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I decided to go with the ready printed cherry cobbler cards from the suite as its a fab colour for Christmas.

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Instructions and Measurements:

Card Base:
Pre pre-printed, and score cherry cobbler cards from the suite.

Card Layer:
I used to pieces of DSP I had left over from other projects and these measure 6″ x 2″ and fitted the card perfectly.

I then added a laying section in Cherry Cobbler and a rustic frayed piece of crumb cake to which I stamped on first, then attached to the layer.

I stamped in crumb cake to keep with the vintage feel and added real red rhinestones to finish the card off.

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Products Used:

You Tube Tutorial – Handmade Card using DSP Scraps and Cut offs

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