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Hi all! Time to show you some more of the Christmas cards I’ve made so far this year.
This time I have Nativity cards to show you. I do like having a good lot of Christmas Cards showing scenes from the Nativity – after all, that is what Christmas is all about.
What I Did
The cards in this batch are all simple and similar. They are flat and 6″ square so will go through the post using a standard letter stamp to save postage.
I’ve used flat toppers cut from a Debby Moore kit for each one. Matted the images onto cardstock and stuck to the front of pre cut and scored base cards.
I then added “Nadolig Llawen” peeloffs.
I finished off by putting a simple insert with the same greeting printed in black onto 120gsm paper on the inside.
I stamped my details onto the back to finish.
What I Used
- Debbi Moore Nativity Cardmakeing Kit
- Fingerlift Tape
- Assorted Coloured Cardstock
- Black “Nadolig Llawen” Peeloffs.
- White 120gsm Paper
- Paper Trimmer – Cutterpiller Pro
- 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
As I said in a previous Christmas card post – I’m numbering the Christmas cards I’m blogging this year so that I’ll know exactly how many I’ve made in total by Christmas.
The inside of each of these is the same –
I’m slowly working my way through the task of makeing Christmas cards now so expect to see more before the end of the week.
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