I absolutely love making homemade Christmas cards but when your list gets long, you need to find a fast, fun card to make. With that in mind, I came up with this card which comes together really easily!
First I took a 5"x10" piece of the Merry Christmas paper and folded it in half. I cut down one of the personal size dividers to a 4x4" square. Fold the Merry Christmas paper in half and then attach the square to the front. Grab your ephemera and pick out your favorite pieces. In this case, I grabbed the Santa from the die cut pack and fussy cut the tree from a card in the cut apart sheet.
Next, I decided to add a bit of dimensionality with pop dots. This is a really easy way to add interest to your cards and it doesn't lift it high enough that you couldn't mail it. I adhered the tree directly onto the square then popped up Santa and the Merry Christmas sentiment.
Last but not least, it's Christmas and that means it needs a bit of shimmer and glitter! I added some of the snowflake stickers from the sticker sheet then glued some sequins onto the tree to give it a decorated look.
I hope you like this card and that it inspired you to make some cards of your own. This card came together so quickly and easily that you could have half your cards done in an afternoon! Until next time, happy crafting!