I often wonder how many cardmakers got their start because of an initial desire to make their own Christmas and holiday cards. I myself started out as a scrapbooker, and I still consider myself more of a scrapbooker than a cardmaker. But I do love the look of a finished card. And what better time to get into cardmaking than the holidays?
So today I spent time at my art table with the “Carols in the Snow” paper collection that I had leftover from a recent envelope mini-album project I made. You can check out that project here: ENVELOPE MINI-ALBUM using Craft O’Clock Paper
Of course, you can use any scrapbooking patterned paper and cardstock that you already have, but if you are interested in this “Carols in the Snow” paper collection, you can pick it up in the Sandpaper Road Shop HERE: CAROLS IN THE SNOW paper collection
With the pieces on my table, I created several cards. Watch how easy it is in my process video:
And, check out some close-ups of the cards I created!
I’m absolutely in love with this “Carols in the Snow” paper collection. I love that the paper is nice and thick, almost like a cardstock. And I love that you can also get the “Extras to Cut” sheets, “Quotes”, and “Project Life Cards” to coordinate with the paper. It makes holiday cardmaking SO EASY!
Give holiday cardmaking a try! It’s easier than you may think.
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