Easy Fun Fold Christmas Cards to make.

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Are you still working on last minute Christmas cards??? if so you are in for a treat as I am sharing here three easy fun fold Christmas card ideas that I know you will love!!! 

But before we start, let me tell you that this post is part of the Joy of Sets Blog Hop which theme this month is Christmas cards based on a song!! how cool is that right???

So if you want to get some inspiration for Christmas cards, you are in the right place… There will be lots of ideas when you visit all the participating blogs!!  so let’s get started shall we!!!

Easy Fun Fold Christmas Cards to make!!

When I read the description about this blog hop’s theme being Christmas cards inspired by Christmas songs, I quickly thought of the Peace & Joy Bundle, as this one would go really well for the Joy to the World song.

This song is one of my favorites!!

It always puts me in the mood when it comes to Christmas holiday spirit!! and so I thought it would be awesome to create a few cards with that sentiment in my cards!!

Not to mention that with this year being such a “particular” year to say the least, I thought it would be great to send these cards to all my loved ones.  After all we all need a little bit of Joy in our lives, and in our world… Don’t you think?

Easy Fun Folds for Christmas Cards

So here are the cards I designed for this theme!! and what is even better these are all Easy Fun Fold Christmas cards that you can me in no time!! believe me…

At the end of this post you will se the video tutorial where I would share with you all the measurements and how to make them step by step.. 

Color Combination

The color combo I used for these fun fold cards follow the colors on the designer series paper, as usual.. This is the easies way to come up with as many color combinations as you want!! Give it a try! 

Fun Fold Card Details 

Below is a close up for the Fun Fold Christmas cards so you can see better all the details of these cards..

Oh and by the way, the first red card below is actually a great gift card holder, so If you want to send a gift to that special person, this would be the perfect card!! 

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The Video Tutorial

Here is the video tutorial where I show you the step by step on how to make these cards, so make sure to watch it to get all the measurements and all the instructions. I am sure you will see how easy these fun fold cards are to make.  

If you want even more ideas for easy Christmas cards you can see the following posts, where I share even more cards and video tutorials to help you finish all your Christmas cards. 

Plus I have a lot more tutorials on my tutorial store, so you can even get more ideas for inspiration.  Majority of my card classes are PDF files with pictures of the projects as well as the measurements of the paper, and links to video tutorials.  I prefer to deliver my classes with video tutorials because I know I can share with you even more tips than I can share writing. 

Not to mention you can see step by step how everything is done. You can check all the card classes available on my Tutorial Store here

The Blog Hop Line-Up!

And as mentioned at the beginning, this post is part of a blog hop where the group will be showing lots of Christmas Cards inspired by a song!! so make sure you click on the NEXT button or on the list below to continue seeing all the blogs participating.. 

Thanks a lot for taking time to visit!! 

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Narelle Fasulo

Pia Gerhardt

Tricia Butts

Libby Fens

Fiona Whitehead

Susan Webster

JoAnn Pollock

Gez Carpenter

Mo Rootes

Jill Chapman

Sue Allen

Brenda Nelson

Allie Gomez

Linda A. Moore

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Cute Winter Cards to Make

Today I wanted to share with you three cute winter cards to make for your friends and loved ones! As I am sure they will love getting one of these during the holidays.. 

Not to mention that these cards have a more generic sentiment, so you can send these for the people who does not celebrate Christmas? that way you still keep sharing the love during other holidays during the winter.. Is that not clever? I thought so 😉

Plus this post is part of an amazing blog hop that will showcase projects for other holidays but Christmas! so I am sure you will get so many more ideas that you really want to check out all the other blogs participating in this blog hop!blog hop banner

So without further ado, here are the three cutest cards featuring the Warm and Toasty Stamp set!! and I will be honest, while I love all the critters in this set, I cant get enough of these cute polar bears!! I just love them!! 

Cute Winter Cards to make

And even better these are great for making tons of cards, as you dont have to color for hours!! lol.. Don’t get me wrong I love coloring, but when I need to make several of them for the holidays, I definitely enjoy making simpler coloring like these polar bears.. I will go into more detail later on.. 

Three Cute Winter Cards 

So for these cards I wanted to use the polar bear, but this stamp set is not part of a suite, so I needed to pick everything from scratch (in a way).. So I decided to go with the Snowflake Splendor Designer series paper (DSP)!!! 

As the name says it, it is all about snowflakes. So I thought it would go really well with the winter cards I wanted to make! 

Color Combination

The next thing I always try to decide is the color combination. Everything is so much easier when you have selected the colors you want to play with. 

So since I decided to use the snowflake splendor DSP, I proceeded to look for the pattern I liked the most. This would then help me in deciding the color combo. 

I decided to use the patterns that had pool party and whisper white.. and from the paper, I saw some patterns with the Highland Heather and Purple Posy, so I decided to use that color as a highlight color. And what best than use this color for the hat and the scarf on the cute polar bear!!!

After all I wanted these cards not to look Christmas-y, since I wanted to use these for other holiday.. So the color combo is the following 

What do you think? do you like it? I definitely loved it!! and I think that it was a great combo for these cute winter cards! 

Once I had selected the color combo, then it was easy to pick up embellishments that would go well with these colors..

This is what I love the most from Stampin’ Up!.. All their products color coordinate!!, so it is easy to just pull out cardstock, ink, embellishments in the colors from the color combination!

For these cards, it was the adhesive-backed snowflakes and the snowflake splendor ribbon which has a sheer color with these colors!  

Other Details

Finally its time to put together the cards!! so at this time I usually think of layouts. Here are the sketches I came up with for these cute cards.. 

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Usually I just start playing with label die cuts, so that I see how these look in a particular layout or sketch until I am happy with how it looks. 

I cannot recommend enough to invest in all the label dies!! seriously..  you can create sooooooo many layouts just by switching labels on whatever layout or sketch you want! I promise you!!  

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So for these cards I decided to use the Celebration dies!! these are becoming one of my favorite ones!! I used them in the past 2 blog posts.. so check them out, to see a few more examples.. you will see that these always make my cards pop!!

  • On this post, I used them for a window in a fun fold as well as a label for another fun fold card. 
  • On this post I used them to create Christmas cards 

Coloring the Polar Bears!

As I was mentioning earlier in the post, I thought these polar bears were super easy to color!! Specially if you are thinking about making several of these!! And so I wanted to share with you a close up on the polar bear, so you can see in more detail how you can color these.. 

How to color with alcohol markers

I colored the images on these cards with the Stampin’ Blends, a.k.a. alcohol markers. Since these markers are from Stampin’ Up! they color coordinate beautifully with the color combo!!

Now, when the image is mainly white I love to just outline some areas of the image with either pool party light or gray granite light, that way it looks like it has some  shadows and it looks finished!  

And for any critter I love to add little cheeks with the flirty flamingo light. This is just a little circle with a light hand. They always look so cute!!

For the hat and the scarf, I used the Highlight Heather light for the main areas and then color a little shadow with the light of the Purple Posy. And to finish this cute little polar bear I added Wink of Stella in all the white areas of the hat and the scarf. And then added Crystal Effects to the nose and the skates!! This honestly added so much to the bear!!!  So give it a try!!! you will love it!

Other Card Ideas 

Warm & Toasty Card ClassAnd if you want to get even more card ideas with the cute “Warm & Toasty” stamp set, then make sure you check out the Warm & Toasty Card Class Tutorial

This Tutorial is available on my Tutorial store and It will show you more card ideas that you can make for the upcoming holidays! 

I know you will enjoy that all the cards are super easy to make.. so you can take an afternoon and make as many of these as you want.. Plus the coloring is very easy! 

I have done all the designing for you.. so you just need to cut your cardstock and follow along the video tutorials to have a relaxing crafting day!

Learn more about this tutorial and get your copy here! 

 

The Video Tutorial 

If you are interested in seeing step by step on how to put together these cards, then make sure you watch the video tutorial below! I go over all the measurements and other card making tips. I know you will enjoy it!  And if you can’t wait to make your own, at the end of this post you will see the full supply list with the link to my online store to purchase any of these items! 

The Blog Hop Line Up!

As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, I am participating in a blog hop that features winter holidays so make sure you visit the blogs participating today!! I am sure you will get lots of inspirations from my fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators! 

 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Easy Christmas Cards using the Tag Buffet Kit

Can you believe we are already in November?? this year has gone so fast and at this point I bet you are looking for quick and easy Christmas cards to make to get ready to mail next month. 

And if this is you, then you are in for a treat!!! as I am sharing with you FIVE easy Christmas Card ideas using the Tag Buffet Kit from Stampin’ Up! You can make all these cards and even more in no time! Believe me, this kits makes it super easy to get ready for the holidays! 

Learn how to make Easy Christmas Cards using the Tag Buffet Kit

But even better, today I am participating in the Tag Buffet Blog hop with my fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators, who will share even more ideas with this kit!! so you don’t want to miss any of these blogs! 

I know you will get tons of ideas with this kit and lots of inspiration…

Tag Buffet Blog Hop

So without further ado, here are the Christmas cards I made using the Tag Buffet kit from Stampin’ Up!. 

Easy Christmas Cards using the Tag Buffet Kit

The Tag Buffet kit is an amazing kit that was designed to make 30 tags!! Five of six different designs!! and the kit is only $30USD, so pretty economic. Not to mention that the tags are just gorgeous!! 

However in my case, I wanted to use the items in the kit for card making as I tend to need a lot of cards during this season. And using this kit made it super easy, mainly because everything is already “premade” meaning there are die cuts that can be used to embellish your cards.

So where do we start?

The first thing to do is to pick the colors you want to use for yours Christmas cards.

Just check the colors included in the Tag Buffet kit and pick up cardstock in the same colors. Then mix and match the cardstock with the elements from the kit.

For the cards I am sharing today I went with Shaded Spruce as the main color and I used it for the card bases. I also think I could have made these cards using Real Red as well, this color would have coordinated nicely too. 

Below are the colors that would go really well with the Tag Buffet kit when making cards. 

So pick some of these colors and play with them and get crafty! 😉

Easy Christmas Cards using the Tag Buffet Kit

Below you can see in more detail Five easy Christmas cards that you can make using this kit, however let me say that you can create a lot more by changing the colors, or the layouts!  

One thing to mention is that I used the Tag Buffet stamp set for the sentiment, but you can use any other stamp set you already have..  I definitely love the fonts and the sentiments in this set and it coordinates beautifully with the kit, don’t you think? 

For the card with the cardinal I also used the leaves images to create a stamped background and then I embossed it with the tasteful textile 3D embossing folder to add even more dimension and texture to the card. 

And if you are particularly interested to learn on how to make these cards step by step, then make sure you watch the video tutorial below! You will see how easy you can make all of these Christmas cards with the Tag Buffet kit . 

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Easy Christmas Cards using the Tag Buffet Kit

If you are interested in getting more ideas for Christmas cards then make sure you check my Tutorial Store where you will find several great Christmas card tutorials available for you. 

Below you can see the ones I have released in the past few months.

                Warm Hugs Card Class      Snowflake Wishes - Christmas Card Class # 3

          Christmas Card Class      Poinsettia Place Card Class      Most Wonderful Time Card Class to-go

If you are interested in getting notifications about classes being released you can sign up for my email notifications, specially if you are interested in getting the card classes kit in the mail.. The registration for the card kits is only thru email, so if you want to get information about getting the card classes kit in the mail sign up for my email notifications here.  

The Video Tutorial 

If you loved these cards and want to learn step by step how to make these cards, then watch the below video tutorial! I know you will realize how easy these are! plus I share with you lots of tips to make your cards.

Bog Hop Line-up!

And as I mentioned at the beginning, this post is part of the blog hop with fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators around the world! they all very talented so don’t forget to visit all participating blogs from this Blog Hop! I know you will get lots of great ideas and a lot of inspiration!! 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Easy Christmas Card to make

Time has flown out this year, and I cannot believe we are heading into Christmas!! So with that in mind, I wanted to share with you an easy Christmas Card that you can make in no time, to help you get ready for the holidays!

This Card features the Trimming the Town Suite from Stampin’ Up! which it is super cute and it helps you make cards in a breeze.. 

But before we start, I want you to know that this post is part of a blog hop. This blog hop features the Trimming the Town suite, so you will get lots of ideas and inspiration from my fellow demonstrators participating on this hop. So make sure you hop with us today as you get ready to make your Christmas projects with this suite! I know you will fall in love with all the different project ideas!! 

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So without further ado, let’s get started! Shall we….

Easy Christmas Card to make 

Trimming the Town suiteMy card today features the suite of “Trimming the Town” from Stampin’ Up! which includes a designer series paper, a stamp set with a coordinated die set, as well as a Ribbon pack with both Old Olive and Real Red ribbons with a gold edge that looks very festive and an embellishment pack that has stars, and little dots that will surely decorate your cards really nice!

The designer series paper a.k.a. DSP or paper pack in this suite has images that can be die cut as well with the coordinating die set, which ultimately makes it super easy for you to put together cards.  You will see this on the card I show below..

This DSP also have have scenery designs, so you can create cards with premade scenes, where you would only need to add a sentiment, a bow and it would look perfect!

It also includes fun patterns that you can use to make any type of card, not just Christmas.  Plus there is one sheet that is all about sentiments in so many languages!!! so you can customize your cards with different languages, which comes very handy, since this stamp set does not have sentiment.

By now I am sure you see that this paper pack contains patterns that can be use for so many type of cards, so it is very versatile! 

And as far as the stamp set, please notice that the majority of the images on this set has a coordinating die, so no fussy cutting at all! Plus there are additional border dies that can make the cutest landscape with pines.. So you can make snow scenes if using white paper; though I am sure you can create different season landscapes if playing with different cardstock colors. 

Below is the card I created using this suite! 

Easy Christmas Card to make

 

Color Combination

As usual, I used the designer series paper as my inspiration. This is one of the ways I find myself selecting colors for my cards fast and usually they turn really good..

So if you struggle with color combos, I challenge you to select a paper pack and see the colors you like from the patterns. Then select a few of them to make a card. Let me know how it goes.. I’d love to hear from you.. 

Even better, if you have other ways to get color combos, share them with us in the comments.. we learn so much when we share with each other.. 

Card Details 

Easy Christmas Card

For my card I used the the houses and the little wreath from the designer series paper. And I made the snowy landscape with the dies. 

I cut both of the dies with Whisper White. The one with the pine trees and the one without them, that way I could have two layers in the landscape scene I created.

And for the pine trees, I decided to color them using the stampin’ blends. this was particularly easy as these borders were cut in Whisper White.  To embellish them a little bit more, I added Wink of stella to the top of the Pine trees. 

By the way, I could have used designer series paper for the background, since there is one sheet with a snowy sky pattern. However for my card I decided to go with cardstock (Misty Moonlight), and added the stars from the embellishment pack.  

Also, I added crystal effects to the bow on the wreath, as well as the top section of the green house’s door.  This always helps in highlighting some sections of your card and give some dimension. 

To finish the card, I added a bow around the top panel, and a sentiment from the designer series paper. And if you see closely, you can see I added a few snowflakes to the snow portion of this card. 

Below you will find the complete supply list for all the products used in this card. 

Want Additional Christmas Card Ideas 

If you are working on your Christmas cards, but are struggling with getting ideas, you can check out the Christmas Card Tutorials available on my Tutorial Store..  You can download them immediately once you purchase any of these classes. 

See below a few of the tutorials available!  

                      Christmas Card Class      Snowflake Wishes - Christmas Card Class # 3

                       Poinsettia Place Card Class      Most Wonderful Time Card Class to-go

Additionally if you are interested it getting card classes that includes the kits, make sure you sign up to my email list, that way you get notification of the classes of upcoming classes and the registration links.. 

Bog Hop Line-up!

Don’t forget to visit all other participating blogs from this Blog Hop! I know you will get lots of great ideas and a lot of inspiration!! 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Are you starting to make your Christmas cards yet?

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Are you starting to make your Christmas cards yet? if so, then make sure you keep reading as today I am sharing with you an easy card to make to get you started with your Christmas cards!

Also, today I am participating in a blog hop which theme is Christmas in July. So make sure you follow the blog hop and visit all participating blogs as you will be getting a lot of inspiration to get you excited and ready to start crafting!

Easy Christmas Card to make! 

As I was mentioning before I want to share with you an easy Christmas card you can make to get you started for the holidays.. I know we are still in July and you might be thinking that there are still several months to get ready, but believe me, Christmas will be here before you know it! So let’s make a few cards each month to not stress in December.. what do you think? 

For this card I use the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley from Stampin’ Up! which it’s a great bundle of products that include the patterned paper, the stamp set, the die set, and embellishments! Pretty much everything you need except for cardstock and inkpads! 

I love using coordinating products like this Medley because it is so much easier to come up with card ideas! Specially cause you focus on the products you have on hand and get going.. you get less overwhelmed! seriously try it out and let me know how it goes..  Below you can see the card that I made with this set of products.. 

Easy Handmade Christmas Card to make

The Color Combination 

As usual I followed the color combination from the designer series paper (DSP) a.k.a. patterned paper on this medley. If you ever are struggling finding color combinations, just look at any patterned paper you like and select a few colors from it!  it really is that simple   😉

Christmas Cards Details 

Below are the instructions you can follow to make these cards, you will see how easy this is

Measurements

Cardstock: Card base – Real Red 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, Old Olive 5″ x 3 3/4″, 1/2″ x 3″ and scraps to stamp and die cut, Whisper White 4 7/8″ x 3 5/8″ , Gold Foil scraps to die cut

Designer Series Paper: Red pattern 3/4″ x 3 1/2″

Instructions

  1. Fold the card base in half using the bone folder 
  2. stamp the tree image onto the Whisper White cardstock using the Old Olive ink pad. To get two tones, you can stamp once first on a scratch paper and then onto the Whisper White.
  3. Sponge a little of Pool Party onto the sky area of the Whisper White cardstock 
  4. Glue the Whisper White cardstock onto the Old Olive cardstock and then glue this piece onto the card front 
  5. Stamp the tree with Old Olive ink onto the Old Olive cardstock and die cut it 
  6. Add highlights to the tree with the blender pen and the Old Olive ink and then add Wink of Stella to add the glimmery look on the tree
  7. Glue the tree onto the Whisper White cardstock using dimensionals 
  8. Add color to the bottom of the trees using the Pool Party light stampin’ blend 
  9. Add the deer sticker to the side of the tree using dimensionals
  10. Die cut the star with the Gold Foil and add it to the top of the tree, and add a star on top of the gold foil star. 
  11. Stamp the sentiment with Early Espresso onto Old Olive strip and cut the banner ends using the tailored tag punch
  12. Cut the banner ends on the patterned paper strip using the tailored tag punch
  13. Glue the Old Olive strip onto the patterned paper strip and this piece onto the card front  

Additional inspiration for Christmas Cards

Hope you have enjoyed this card and realized how easy this card is to make. You can check this post if you want to see another easy Christmas card you can make to get ready for the holidays.  

Most Wonderful Time Card Class to-goIf you loved the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley and want to make more Christmas cards, then you can check out this online card class. 

This Christmas card class includes 8 handmade cards all different designs using the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley. And as usual it is all in Video Tutorials so you get more tips and tricks! 

There are two options to get this card class. Option 1 is getting Product Medley from my online store (links below on the supply list) during the month of August. And I will mail the make and take kit for FREE the first weekend in September. 

Note: If you get the Product Medley after August, you will only get the Tutorial for FREE. Just email me at allie@creatingwithallie.com to make sure you get this tutorial. 

Option 2 is by purchasing the tutorial at my PDF Store. You can check it out here.  Either option will surely help you get going with your Christmas Cards! 

The Blog Hop Line Up! 

As I mentioned before, today I am participating in a blog hop that is all about Christmas in July!! so make sure you visit all the participating blogs! I know you will get lots and lots of inspiration!  

Below you can see the full line up!  Right now you are at Alejandra Gomez – Creating with Allie – USA 

The Supply List

You can see below the full list of Items I used to make these cards, if you click on the images below it will take you to my onlline store where you can purchase any of these items. I truly appreciate your continuous support  🥰

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Handmade Christmas Cards

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Do you make Handmade Christmas Cards? Are you getting ready already? If so, then I know you will super excited about this blog hop I am participating in! As it is about Christmas in July!!! 

I am sure that you will get lots of great ideas to help you get ready for your handmade Christmas cards, so make sure you visit all the participating blogs! So let’s get started! 

Handmade Christmas Cards!

Not sure if I have shared this with you, but Christmas cards are my favorite type of cards to make! I get super excited as it is like a countdown that Christmas is soon approaching, and since this is my favorite holiday I get all happy about it.

Some people might think that July is too soon. However, when you are making lots of Christmas cards, July it’s perfect to start making them. Don’t you agree? I much rather do a few each month than a lot in just one month. Plus this allows me to make even nicer cards as I am not rushing. 

So here you have it! this is the card I made to showcase Christmas in July!

Easy Handmade Christmas Card to make

I used the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley for this card, mainly because this has a selection of products already selected for you to use and all of them coordinate, so this makes it super easy to make cards!! 

The Sketch

Easy sketch to make handmade cards  

As usual, I used a sketch, as you know this makes the whole process even easier. 

For this card I use a sketch I have previously showcased on my blog. However, this time I decided to change the shape of the elements. Instead of using a circle I used a rectangle, which embellished with the gifts from the designer series paper (DSP) a.k.a. patterned paper. 

So whenever you are looking at sketches, think of ways you could modify them, it will help you get even more creative! I promise you! 

 

The Color Combination

For this card I used the color combination based on the designer series paper from the Most Wonderful Time product medley. This is always the easiest way to come up with color combinations. If you ever struggle with color combinations, give it a try, you will see how easy this is. 

 

Measurements 

Cardstock: Real Red: Card base 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scraps to die cut, Old Olive strip 3/4″ x 3″, Whisper White 5 1/4″ x 4″ and scraps to die cut, Gold Foil 3/4″ x 5 1/4″ 

Designer Series Paper (DSP): 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″, scraps to cut out the gifts from the DSP  

If you are interested in the full supply list you can click here to download it 

Instructions 

  1. Fold the card base in half using the bone folder 
  2. Glue the DSP onto the Whisper White cardstock and this piece onto the card front
  3. Cut the Gold Foil Strip ends using the Tailored Tag Punch to have the banner shape on the ends
  4. Glue the Gold Foil Banner onto the card front
  5. Die cut the labels using the Stitched So Sweetly dies in Real Red and Whisper White 
  6. Glue the labels onto the card front 
  7. Stamp the sentiment using Early Espresso ink pad onto the Old Olive strip and cut the ends using the Tailored Tag punch
  8. Glue the sentiment onto the card front 
  9. Cut with scissors the gifts from the DSP
  10. Glue the different gifts onto the card base using dimensionals 

You can download the full supply list here 

Most Wonderful Time Card Class to-go

If you loved the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley and want to make more Christmas cards, then you can check out this online card class

This Christmas card class includes 8 handmade cards all different designs using the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley. And as usual it is all in Video Tutorials so you get more tips and tricks! 

There are two options to get this card class. Option 1 is getting Product Medley from my online store (click here to get it) during the month of August. And I will mail the make and take kit for FREE the first weekend in September. 

Note: If you get the Product Medley after August, you will only get the Tutorial for FREE. Just email me at allie@creatingwithallie.com to make sure you get this tutorial. 

Option 2 is by purchasing the tutorial at my PDF Store. You can check it out here.  Either option will surely help you get going with your Christmas Cards! 

The Blog Hop

 As I mentioned at the beginning, this post is part of a blog hop where we are sharing handmade Christmas cards!! So make sure you visit all the blogs participating as you will get lots of great ideas to start prepping for your 2020 handmade Christmas Cards!! It will be here before we know it, so we need to start working on them don’t you think???

Click on the button below to go to the next blog participating!!  👇👇👇 or you can see below the full line up of the blogs participating today. 

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Angie McKenzie

Annette Ball

Tricia Butts

Vicki Milyard

Rochelle Laird-Smith

Mo Rootes

Brenda Nelson

Libby Fens

Fiona Whitehead

Narelle Fasulo

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