How to Make a Quick & Easy Christmas Card

Here's a quick & easy Christmas card for those dire times when you come up short on Christmas cards, no matter how many you already sent out :-)

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How to Make a Quick & Easy Christmas Card
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Papers used: 1. Kaisercraft cutapart sheet: Just Believe - Snowflake. 2. Kaisercraft background paper: Turtle Dove - French Hen

Papers used: 1. Kaisercraft cutapart sheet: Just Believe - Snowflake. 2. Kaisercraft background paper: Turtle Dove - French Hen

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Take a 13.5 x 13.5 cm (5¼ x5¼") double card. Prepare a mat (don't glue yet) and attach two pieces of ribbon, wrapping them around the edges of you mat. Center them vertically. Only then mat your card.

Take a 13.5 x 13.5 cm (5¼ x5¼") double card. Prepare a mat (don't glue yet) and attach two pieces of ribbon, wrapping them around the edges of you mat. Center them vertically. Only then mat your card.

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Take a cut-apart (or ATC card) and use glitter glue to accentuate certain areas. Stamp a Christmas sentiment (or use a rub-on, or print it).

Take a cut-apart (or ATC card) and use glitter glue to accentuate certain areas. Stamp a Christmas sentiment (or use a rub-on, or print it).

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When your Stickled area has dried, glue the cut-apart onto your matted card, covering the ribbons.

When your Stickled area has dried, glue the cut-apart onto your matted card, covering the ribbons.

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Fussy-cut some coordinating pieces from your decorative paper

Fussy-cut some coordinating pieces from your decorative paper

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Glue the first piece onto your card

Glue the first piece onto your card

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Apply dimensional tape to the second piece.

Apply dimensional tape to the second piece.

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Attach the dimensional piece to your card.

Attach the dimensional piece to your card.

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Add some extra glitter glue accents to details of the pieces you fussy-cut

Add some extra glitter glue accents to details of the pieces you fussy-cut

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DONE – congratulations! :-)

DONE – congratulations! :-)

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