Making Quick Christmas Cards

As I said previously I’m so behind with my card making so this week I made a big push to get some made.


For these cards I used elements from one of my Special Editions stamp sets with Sarah Hurley this one is called Traditional Christmas Ornaments.


For Quickness I used patterned papers from the Kaisercraft Chase Rainbows collection which although not strictly Christmas did fit the theme really well. Stamping on patterned papers means no need for colouring in.

green red

blueI was feeling a bit more adventurous for this one and decided to create a water colour finish.

I stamped and heat embossed the star onto water colour paper. Normally you wouldn’t see this but my Versamark is really dirty!

background stamp

Next I thoroughly wet the paper and used Dylusions ink – After Midnight as paint. Wetting the paper first makes the ink swish around on the surface creating a beautiful cloudy effect.


dylusions dry

I stamped and heat embossed the baubles and painted more Dylusions spray onto them.


I was so happy with the colour of the background and how that turned out I thought I’d recreate it in my journal. That gave me a real ‘moment’ there.


Have you made your Christmas cards this year and if so how did you make them?

Jaine x


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