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Quick and Easy Christmas Cards Scrapbook Ideas

One of my favorite post Christmas occupations is to create a Christmas Scrapbook.

Christmas cards is a tradition for many during the month of December. Some people display the cards they received and discard them when the holidays are over. However, incorporating Christmas cards to your scrapbook hobby is one way to recycle them.

Most scrapbookers also make cards. Should you own scrapbook supplies such as paper, adhesive, and a trimmer, you have the supplies you have to make greeting cards. Each of the articles below have ideas to make Christmas Cards with supplies that you have on hand for scrapbooking. Each of these ideas could also be used to embellish your Christmas scrapbook pages.

Quick and Easy Christmas Cards Scrapbook Ideas

Quick and Easy Christmas Cards Scrapbook Ideas


A card that features joy is a fairly simple project that may be finished in 45 minutes. All you need is red cardstock, glittered dark green Christmas mat stack, a timber brown ink pad, jeweled gold embossing powder, an embossing heat tool, solid shimmery gold ribbon, a maison frames ink-stamp, letter stamps, a large part rounder, a 4-in-1 embossing corner punch, scissors or perhaps a paper trimmer, tape runner and a ruler. Once the cardstock is cut and folded, decorate by applying letters and a maison frames stamp to the card and following up with embossing powder for added shimmer. Give the card a final holiday touch with the addition of ribbon to the center.

Christmas Tree Double Fold Christmas Card

Hot From the Press shows you how to make a Christmas card that features a Christmas tree on the front. You can use any of the tree ideas or patterns based in the Christmas Tree Gallery to embellish this card. The tree splits on the middle for the card opening.

Mittens on the Line

Re-create the homey image of mittens drying on the line with this project that can be completed with 8-1/2-inch-by-11-inch natural paper, rubber cement, fabric remnants, string, cardboard, a pencil or pen, scissors, a hot-glue gun, mini clothespins, white glue and tissue paper. Cut out mitten shapes from the fabric and “pin” these to a line of string glued towards the front of the card. Make several version of this card and offer the set like a gift.

3-D Poinsettia Christmas Card

You can use punches or the Free Poinsettia Paper Piecing Pattern to create this unique 3-D Christmas card. This card is simple but very elegant. The poinsettia may be used on a gift tag, a scrapbook page, or perhaps a greeting card.

Double-Door Wreath Christmas Card Idea

Quick and easy punch art make this Christmas card especially charming. The initial double door opening causes it to be look much more difficult to make of computer really is. Your friends and family is going to be amazed with your paper crafting skills.

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