My cards are also fit this month's challenge at St. Luke's Charity Cards Challenge to make simple Christmas cards.
Here's the sketch for this week:
I've actually made a couple of cards using this sketch.
For this first card, I embossed the bottom portion of a white panel with a SU embossing folder, and top portion of the panel with an embossing folder from Lifestyle Crafts. I tied a ribbon around the "seam" where the two embossed edges meet. The Noel tag is a chipboard tag from K&Co. I bought a box of mixed tags like this several years ago and still haven't used all of them! I layered the embossed panel on a piece of red card stock leaving just a tiny red border, then adhered the panel to my white card base. This is a great sketch, and one that I've used often in the past when creating cards.
Here's the second card. I embossed a white panel with the SU lines folder, then adhered a piece of Making Memories paper from my scraps. I adhered a white strip across the joined area, then tied a bow with some red cord. Again, I used one of the chipboard elements from the K&Co pack. I cut tiny strips of gold shiny decorative paper and edged the panel before adhering it to the white card base.
Quick...easy...and I love it!
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