Stephanie Lee, our incredible Blog Star sent us another Christmas Card for inspiration for your “last-minute-card-making-list.”
“Christmas trees are the quintessential symbol of Christmas for me – it just doesn’t feel like Christmas in our house without a tree (real or fake). My tree at home probably will not win any awards – it’s full of mismatched children arts that only a mother could love, handpicked ornaments that tell our story, special heirloom and keepsake ornaments. I love my meaningful tree but I also miss shopping for and decorating the fancy matching tree … so here it is on my card instead.”
“I stamped a couple of Stampendous Cling Tinsel Tree onto patterned paper, embossed the pots with Aged Gold Embossing Enamel and covered the stars with Halo gold mix glitter. Added a few dots of red stickles to the tree and fussy cut out the trees.
Then I stamped a card with 1 tree image (didn’t want too many background stars) and added more glitter on the stars on the background.
Assemble your card by added some left over burlap I had from making a wreath to the card, adhere the left and right tree onto the card 1st, then popped up the middle tree onto the 1st 2 trees. Finish with ready made sentiment tag (I got mine from a box of chocolates).” – Stephanie
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