Let’s see how quick and easy cards for Christmas can be! Make your own with patterned paper, stamps, ink and a punch! One of the fastest cards you’ll make this year!

The Have a Hoot stamps are so adorable, you can’t resist them!

Quick and Easy Cards for Christmas with Have a Hoot Stamps
Quick and Easy Cards for Christmas with Have a Hoot Stamps

This is another fast card – almost but not quite as fast as this fall themed cutie in this video.

What makes it so fast?

  • only two pieces of paper – one for the card base and one for the front
  • a no-coloured image in black ink
  • pulling in a punch to add emphasis

What Adds Some Pizzazz?

  • the sponged edges on the punched out image
  • the three mini hearts (can you guess where they come from? I’ll give you the answer below!)
  • a touch of Wink of Stella

How about I give you all the steps to you can make it too?

Quick and Easy Cards for Christmas

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Basic Gray cardstock – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, scored at 4 1/4″
  • In Good Taste designer series paper – 4″ x 5 1/4″
Adorable Quick and Easy Cards for Christmas
A Sweet Pair of Christmas Owls

Let’s Make It!

  1. Stamp image in Tuxedo Black ink on bottom right of designer paper. Punch out with Label Me Lovely punch.
  2. Sponge the edges of the punched out piece with Balmy Blue ink and attach dimensionals to the back. Set aside.
  3. Glue patterned paper to folded Basic Gray card. Adhere owls over top of the punched out hole.
  4. Run Pretty Peacock cardstock with the large So Many Snowflakes die through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine and pull out three of the heart shapes.
I LOVE to Make Quick and Easy Cards for Christmas with Stampin Up!
Look At Your Dies for Fun Elements to Add to Cards!

5. Add a swipe of Wink of Stella onto the mistletoe berries.

Optional: Add a panel and greeting to the inside.

Quick and Easy Cards for Christmas
Match the Placement of the Greeting to the Image on the Front

Now It’s Your Turn!

If you’d like to get any of the supplies I used, here are the images you can click on to take you to my online store to make a purchase.

Supplies

Have a Hoot!

Who in your circle of family and friends would best suit this sweet holiday card? What about newlyweds? Or long-termers (like my parents who celebrated their 60th this year? Or maybe you have some other ideas?

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I LOVE to Make Quick and Easy Cards for Christmas with Stampin Up!
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I always appreciate when you can drop in and check out what’s tickling my creativity right now. I hope it gives you a starting point to get into your own craft space and have a bunch of fun making quick and easy cards for Christmas!

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