10th Batch Of Christmas Cards For 2019 – English Cards
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In my last blog post I mentioned having a session of making both English and Welsh Christmas cards. I showed you six of the Welsh cards I made in the previous post. Today I am showing you six of the English Christmas cards I put into one pack. There will be another post coming with the rest that I put into a big bag that people could select ones that they liked out of.
What I Did
Today’s batch didn’t require a lot of work as I chose various components from a Hunkydory Christmas cardmaking collection that all worked together. I scored some of the co-ordinating cardstock and folded to make my base cards and used co-ordinating inserts for most of the cards, or a plain insert with either a typed greeting or used one of the greetings toppers from the colection.
What I Used
- 120gsm white printer paper onto which a greeting was printed to use as an insert for all the cards
- Hunkydory Christmas Cardmaking Collection – cardstock, toppers, decoupage, square little books, etc., used as main components of cards
- Fingerlift Tape
- Greetings Banners
- Foam Tape – black and white of various heights
- Pinflair Bookbinding glue
- Paper Cutter – Cutterpilar Pro
- Score Board – Hoogie Board
Batch Of Cards
As well as working on my Christmas cards I have a small number of other projects on the go at the moment, so my next post might be more Christmas cards or might be something else – keep an eye out.
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