This dazzling card features bright ornament stickers paired with sparkling gems. The ornaments are set off from the background to give the card a special 3-D touch.
This contemporary holiday greeting card brings you back to the time when artists were experimenting with bold new patterns and tone-on-tone color schemes. Patterned paper and metal snaps are the key elements.
For a holiday greeting that stands out in a sea of red and green, make this striking blue card fronted by an antique scrap relief rendering of Old St. Nick.
We used tree stamps to create this elegant card, but the design is simple enough to draw freehand. Embossing powder and several layers of paper give the card a rich, yet serene face.
A special painting technique gives these holiday cards a unique shimmery texture. Several colors of paint are combined to create the effect.
This playful card is long on charm, thanks to metal Christmas shapes strung on strips of colorful floss. Your recipient will long recall the merry sparkle that accompanies the opening of this holiday greeting.
Put some fun into a merry greeting with card stock and letters glued on ribbon. This large handmade card will give your kids the giggles as it jiggles. Precut letters make construction quick and easy.
This quick-to-make contemporary look Christmas card requires only a handful of supplies. The letters and embellishments are stickers; some card stock and basic tools round out the required supplies.
Silver stickers in different sizes and fonts combine to make a festive card for the holidays. To craft this quick-to-make card all you need is some card stock, stickers, and scissors. Feel free to use your own sentiments, or follow along with our selections.
Even the youngest child can enjoy a holiday craft with these sticker-laden greetings. All you need to do is supply the materials and draw a simple shape using a cookie cutter as a guide.