Today see how to make this easy Christmas card using DSP in UNDER five minutes! Plus just like this card, see how you can again use non-holiday paper for your festive greetings.
Before we see the card, let’s see how FEW supplies there are!Easy Christmas Card Using DSP
Yes, that’s right. Only 6 items! So not only FAST, but economical too!
Here’s the design.
This Noble Peacock Specialty DSP is simply beautiful. The way the details catch the light is gorgeous.
The greeting is from the Greatest Part of Christmas host set – exclusively available if you host or have an order exceeding $200 CAD.
Don’t you just love the brush lettering look? And the fact that if it’s not exactly straight, it still looks perfect?
Who wouldn’t love to receive a card just like this? Let me show you how quick and easy it is to make.
Easy Christmas Card Using DSP
Cuttin’ It Up!
- Thick Whisper White – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
- Noble Peacock DSP – 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″
Pssst… to add an extra dash of gorgeous, I dressed up the envelope a teensy bit too. This is one of the pretty Night Before Christmas 6″x6″ patterned papers with a Merry Merlot and Cherry Cobbler – perfect match I’d say!
Time to Get Crafty!
I absolutely love these All Around Wreath Dies (did you see the full version of my video to make 15 different designs with them?) I’ve used them over and over again this holiday season and I know you won’t be disappointed when you pick up your set!
I’m so glad you took a moment to take a peek at my Keep It Simple Sunday design today. I hope you find it as pretty as I do!
And once you take a look at the video, let me know if cards like this easy Christmas card using DSP is something you would like to see more!