Today I want to show you how to organize your die cuts to make Christmas cards in minutes! Check it out in my ultra quick video.

How would you answer these questions?

  1. Are you like me and have lots of dies and stamp bundles?
  2. Do you have spare die cuts floating around your craft space looking for a home?
  3. Are you ever in need of a handmade card super duper fast?

If you answered an emphatic YES to any of those, this blog post and video is for you!

SeeHow to Organize Your Die Cuts for Quick and Easy Holiday Cards
Quick Christmas Card Making with Die Cuts

This card is all about the dies! One simple die, enhanced with a bright red bow and greeting make a great Christmas card.

It was really quick to put together with dies I had pre-cut when I was making another project months ago!

I’ll show you in under TWO minutes how you store your die cuts so you can pull them out at the drop of a hat!

How to Organize Your Die Cuts

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VIDEO How to Organize Your Die Cuts

I used this exact tip on this card too.

Now let’s take a closer look at today’s classic Christmas card.

How to Organize Your Die Cuts like this Forever Flourishing Die from Stampin' Up!

1. Use Your Imagination!

I was thinking mistletoe as I was making this card. What do you think? Does it bring the “pucker up plant” to mind with its pearls and lighter green (Pear Pizzazz)?

2. Add Some Contrast

Real Red and Pear Pizzazz are an awesome colour combination especially for the holidays. With a bright red braided bow and the larger greeting from the Perfectly Plaid set, the card is perfectly balanced.

2. Give It Some Texture

Adding an embossed background adds so much to a card. The Tasteful Textile 3D embossing folder is one of my favourites from the Annual Catalogue.

You can’t go wrong with this folder; it gives a classy finish to any design. TIP: Stamp your greeting BEFORE running it through your Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine.

Get Into Your Craft Room!

OK it’s time to dig through your die cuts and make a card just like this! Here are the measurements.

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Real Red – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″ (see my JO-Tips video for scoring cardstock)
  • Pear Pizzazz – 4″ x 5 1/4″, large scrap
  • Very Vanilla – 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″
  • red braided trim – about 10″
TIP VIDEO How to Organize Your Die Cuts
Simple and Quick Christmas Card Using a Die Cut

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Thank You

Did you get a chance to take a peek at the video? I appreciate you taking the time to watch!

I do love the lighter Pear Pizzazz on this card rather than the Old Olive. What about you?

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See How to Organize Your Die Cuts
Make This Christmas Card in Minutes!

Now you know my tip for how to organize your die cuts, I’d love to hear which stamps and dies you’re going to start organizing first – leave me a comment!

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