#1 Stampin’ Up! UK Demonstrator Pootles – Quick Christmas Card Idea using Christmas Means More
The closer we get to Christmas, the slightly more manic and panicked the crafting gets in our house. I always plan ahead, and do get a good start early on, but sometimes, I just find myself in the last minute stakes of making quick cards.
So if you’re anything like me, you could do with a quick card or two up your sleeve!
This card makes full use of the holly paper from the ‘Tis The Season designer series paper pack, and it made sense to use the tiny little holly leaves and berries from the Christmas Means More stamp set, and that meant a showcase of this particular greeting as there are 2 already within the design.
I added another one, just because I could, and then used Shaded Spruce and Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Write Markers to add colorur.
With a big stripe of that lovely Shaded Spruce ribbon, this is a quick and easy card, great for emergency makes!
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