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Christmas tree cards

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Christmas tree cards. Get inspired and try out new things.
Hi Friends, Today I'm sharing a technique that's been around for a while but never gets old.  My friend Lani showed me a gorgeous card she...

Hi Friends, Today I'm sharing a technique that's been around for a while but never gets old. My friend Lani showed me a gorgeous card she made using the Woodland Embossing Folder and I just had to give it a go! Here's my version: I love the way this turned out and it's so much simpler to make than it looks. Follow along while I explain - these are the basic supplies you'll need: You will be working on the inside of the front of the embossing folder. The front is the side with "Sizzix"…

Faithful INKspirations: Smoky Tree is made with Stampin' Up's "Lovely as a Tree" and "Peaceful Pines" stamp sets.

#stampinup #faithfulinkspirations The last of the cards for my September Christmas card-making class also features a clean and simple design. And it features that mainstay Stampin' Up stamp set: "Lovely as a Tree." Whenever a new Stampin' Up catalog comes out, we demonstrators look to see whether or not this set has retired. I don't know what will happen should the set ever retire. It's actually still a bestseller! It's been around since at least 2003--that's when the first card using the…

This 3D paper Christmas tree card is SO PRETTY and it's so simple to make! Grab the free printable template to make these easy and beautiful homemade Christmas cards. This is such a great Christmas craft and a super fun holiday craft for kids.

This 3D Christmas tree card is a fun project for all ages! Younger kids will love crafting it and it’s pretty enough older kids and grown ups will enjoy it too.

In this tutorial you will learn How to make a Paper Christmas Tree Card, a wonderful and easy project that’s great for improving your child’s scissor skills.

Type Of Lesson: Art Objectives: 1. Given a pen, students can trace their hand on the green paper. 2. Given scissors, students can cut out the shape of their hand to form a Christmas tree. Standards: Category- Methods, Materials and Techniques Subcategory- A. use a variety of materials and media, for example, chalk, paint, clay, various kinds of papers, textiles, and yarn, and understand how to use them to produce different visual affects.