I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Year. For my final card of the year I chose this Nativity card representing the walk to the stable to see the New Born King!
This card was created on my die cutting machine using white and blue card stock. I also made an envelope to go along with this card which folds flat and fits into an A2 size envelope.
I thought these would be impossible to make, they looked so complicated; but it turns out once you know how to put the bottom part together it is quite easy.
At first I made the all white tree for my sister since I knew she decorates her tree with blue and silver and white every year. Then I made the traditional green and red tree. Last but not least I made the beautiful snowflake which can be taken off of the paper and used as an ornament.
I added a small sentiment on the bottom but did not include them on the photos.
This card would knock anyone’s socks off. With just two simple colors of navy blue and white it is strikingly beautiful.
I first embossed the leaves and then die cut the frame. After die cutting the frame in white I then die cut a rectangle of navy blue to add my sentiment. I glued the frame flat on the card stock and then popped the middle with dimensionals.
For the inside I stamped an angel and used the sentiment for unto us a child is born. As a little emphasis I stamped a star and used winkastella on the angels wings and the star.
I know a lot of people are out having some holiday cheer, but please take the appropriate precautions of wearing a mask and washing your hands. We have lost so many to this virus.
This is a simple card for a beginner to make. I used black card stock as the base and then added green plaid paper. A used three vellum trees in the back and a small red banner with two small rhinestones to high light the sentiment of holiday cheer.