Posted on 29th November 2023 by Danielle Bigland
Filed under Card Making Ideas, All Papercraft Tutorials, Seasonal Crafts, Christmas Craft Ideas, Projects And Cards By Type, Cards For Children, Kids Craft Ideas, Design Team, Christmas cards, Clean and Simple cards

Hello everyone! I hope you're well.

I'm sharing a really fun and better still, easy, Christmas card with you today. It features several small elements so it's great for using up your scraps too!

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First, I created a top fold UK A6 card blank from White Super Smooth 300gsm card.

I cut down a piece of Rosso Fuoco Nettuno Linen Effect 280gsm card to approx 2mm smaller around each edge than the card front.

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I cut a strip of black card to fit the width of the card panel, approx 2.5cm long. This will be Santa's belt.

I cut a piece of silver Mirror card down to approx 3cm long and approx 2.8cm wide. Using a craft knife, I removed the centre of the silver card, leaving a 'frame' of approx 1.5mm around each edge. This will be Santa's belt buckle.

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I adhered the buckle to the belt using wet adhesive, then stuck this my red card panel.

Once the glue had dried, I trimmed the overhang of the belt.

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I stuck my card panel to my card front using wet adhesive.

Now all that was left was to do the buttons.

Using a round die, I cut 2 buttons using scrap white card. I also used this die to cut twice from white fun foam. I adhered the card buttons to the foam buttons using wet adhesive. Using fun foam gives the buttons dimension.

Finally, I stuck the buttons to Santa's outfit using wet adhesive.

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The card is complete! These are great cards for children and craft fairs!

Until next time, take care.

Love, Dani xx

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