It’s getting towards the end of November so you might already be thinking about easy card making ideas for the holidays!
You know, it never fails to amaze me how quickly time goes! Just the other day I’m sure it was September and we still had all kinds of time to get our festive greetings ready for the mail!
Well, once again, here I am trying to get them done so they arrive in mailboxes before the new year!
So I thought maybe a quick card idea might not go amiss with you either!
Even though this is a quick card, there are a few elements that make it stand out.
Easy Card Making Ideas for the Holidays
These tricks will have you crafting gorgeous cards in a fraction of the time!
There’s nothing like adding some texture to a card background to instantly amp up the WOW factor. Here the Winter Snow embossing folder does all the work!
I embossed it on a Merry Merlot cardstock panel and glued it to a folded Mossy Meadow card.
Simple Die Cuts
I pulled out a previously cut heart from my Stitched Be Mine Dies (see my quick tip here for how to grab a die at a moment’s notice!) in Crumb Cake. I wanted one without any fancy details since I didn’t want it to detract from the snowflake background.
With a little bit of sponging with Merry Merlot ink around the edge, it softened it just a tad. It’s adhered to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Limited Words and Embellishments
A single word and embellishment are all that are needed to send your holiday greetings. Resist the urge to add a lot of glitz and shine here as it is more of a rustic design!
Need a couple other ideas for simple and quick Christmas cards?
Try this triple stamped snowflake that takes longer to say than to make!
Or this adorable owl family card is priceless too!
Over to You Stamper!
If you’re running out of time for holiday card crafting like I am, I hope this is an idea you might consider. If it is and you need the supplies, you can add them to your own stash by clicking on any of the photos here.Supplies
Make It Your Own
It’s wonderful when you take my ideas and add and subtract to make it a card of your own. Let me know how you would change this one up!
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How about a final peek?
If you’re running short on time, be sure to give these easy card making ideas for the holidays a try – then pop it in an envelope, address it, slap a stamp on it and drop it in the post box – DONE!