I have a few more handmade Christmas cards to share with you. All the cards were made with retired Stampin' Up! images.
For my first card I created a simple nativity scene by using textured card stock to make a "barn".
I created a frame by cutting a large square in the white card stock base. The images were stamped, colored, and cut out then glued to the black card stock. The star was done the same way except I added some glitter glue and popped it up on dimensionals.
For my next card, the star and sentiment are from a Stampin' Up! set but the image was just googled off the internet (free coloring pages), printed, colored in, then cut out.
I cut the star out of glitter paper, then I added some crystal clear glitter glue around the sentiment.
For this card, I stamped the background image and sentiment directly on the card stock, but the Joseph and Mary figures were stamped separately, colored in, cut out, and glued on the card.
I put crystal clear glitter glue on the stars in the sky.
I even did the inside of the card too, but this time I colored the Joseph and Mary images in with pencil so they wouldn't bleed through on the other side of the card stock.
And finally, here's some easy peasy cards I mass produced.
I just stamped a sentiment and simple Christmas tree image on the card and added a little sparkle with glitter glue.
I hope you enjoyed my Christmas cards!
Have a Great Day! Amy
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