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I did start showing you my Christmas card makes a good while ago, and had a couple of dozen already made ready to photograph and show you, but things like an emergency operation got in the way. So now I’m going to, very slowly, get back into blogging and crafting, and sooner or later I hope to catch up with things – at least I hope to do so before Christmas – no rush is there?!
Like the first ones I made, the cards in this batch have been quick and easy ones made using components from the latest Hunkydory Christmas Collection, and, as I was so late doing my cards last year and didn’t use up all my stash, I have quite a few bits added from last year’s Hunkydory Christmas Collection as well. As the cards became all jumbled up when I was putting them into a storage box I’m not quite sure which year’s collection the cards I’ve got to show you in the first few posts have been made from.
What I Did
Have a look at the first batch I showed – Here! – if you want to know what I did.
What I Used
- Hunkydory Christmas Cardmaking Collection 2020
- Hunkydory Christmas Cardmaking Collection – leftovers from 2019
- 1mm Deep Foam Tape
- Fingerlift Tape
- Glue – Pinflair Bookbinding Glue
- Scoreboard – We R Memory Keepers The Works
- Paper Trimmer – Cutterpiller Pro
- Peel-offs – Nadolig Llawen (Welsh for Happy Christmas)
- Banners – Nadolig Llawen
- Archival Ink
- Stamp with Crafftau Maes Mieri Crafts details – made by Dreamees (don’t know if they offer the service to have your own choice of wording on a stamp any more).
- We R Memory Keepers Precision Press Stamping Platform
- Square Envelopes
- Postal Ruler
I’ve decided to number the Christmas Cards I’m makeing this year in my blog posts, going on from one post to the next. That way I’ll know exactly how many cards I’ll have made by the end.
As well as many more Christmas cards made from Hunkydory cardmaking sheets I’ve also started working on other types of Christmas cards, including some decoupaged ones, so keep an eye out for a lot of Christmas card posts over the next few weeks.
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