Happy Christmas Card Day! The first Christmas greeting card was created in 1843 and the history is interesting! It's amazing how it's still a holiday tradition to this day. You can see this first card HERE.
To celebrate, let's take a look at a stack of Christmas cards that I created recently with the help of the Stamparatus .
Here's the video with the process of using our fabulous stamp positioning tool, the Stamparatus.
Card bases are cut 5-1/2 x 8-1/2.
Designer paper for card fronts are cut 4 x 5-1/4.
Use the designer paper to determine the card stock and ink colors.
Whisper White card stock for inside of cards is cut 4 x 5-1/4.
Here are the completed cards...
Add coordinating embellishments such a sequins, gems, and ribbons to dress up your cards. This paper is so beautiful, you could leave as is and would have beautiful Christmas cards.
Here are the supplies shown in the video. Just click the links to shop!
Now that's you've read this post and seen how awesome this designer series paper is, here's the link to shop to get it at 50% off!
Thank you for stopping by today! Take care! - Lisa