Cards To Say Merry Christmas

Hello everybody and welcome to Blogmas Day 16!! Today’s post in Blogmas by Marioness is going to be some of my favourites ideas about cards to say Merry Christmas to the loved ones. So if you still haven’t got any ideas, stay tuned for some amazing cards!

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Now that Christmas is nearly here, it’s time to start thinking about the Christmas card. Not everyone does that, but most people do it. And it’s always hard to find the perfect idea, the one that no one has never seen or the one that it’s not repeated. So today I’m here for this! To give you some cool ideas about your Christmas cards! Let’s start with the post!

First of all I want to talk you about washi tapes, a material I discovered a few years ago when I started doing Scrapbooking. It’s a  tape that it’s normally decorated with a pattern, in the last years it has become more popular and now you can find them nearly everywhere.

Now that Christmas is coming you can find many of them with some Christmas decorations. And I think it could work perfectly in any Christmas figure for a card. Down you have some ideas I have found!

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Next, I have also found some cool ideas with finger prints. Especially if you have kids and you want them to get involved in this, I find this idea very simple and easy to do. Also, if you aren’t super into crafts, but you still want to do something handmade this can perfectly work with you.

You will only use some finger paint and some markers, so it’s all pretty easy to get. And then it’s all up to you and how difficult you want it to be.

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Another original idea, is making a tree, Christmas balls or any sort of Christmas decoration with thread. It’s a really customizable one, you can change the thread, the little decorations or the cardboard.

You just have to make some holes following the pattern and then pass the thread. This one is very original and beautiful! I really like it!

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We also have the always used 3D effect. If you want to give a 3D touch there are many ideas out there and they all look amazing. You can add some volume objects like some nuts or buttons or follow some of the tutorials out there

One that I think that looks amazing on trees or Christmas balls is to make the same shapes and then hold them and put it together. It’s an easy way that looks wonderful and it’s really easy to do.

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And finally, today I wanted to share with you the hanging ones. By that I mean cards that have some hanging things. It doesn’t need to be really hanging, but it can simulate it.

You can put some paper snowflakes hanging or draw some letters and make it like if they were hanging. It’s completely up to you! But I find it a very Christmas idea.

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And that’s all for this post! I hope you liked it and that as always you get some inspiration! If you have some Christmas ideas for the next posts, I will be happy to hear it!

Do you make Christmas cards? If you do which one is your idea this year? Also tell me which one you liked the most!

See you tomorrow with another Christmas post!



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