Clean and simple Christmas cards | Sanna Lippert

Hello there, everyone! It´s Sanna here today again with a set of clean and simple Christmas cards and a video share. I recently ordered some new goodies from the store and I just could not resist using a set of Pocket Scrapbooking cards to create simple and easy to make Christmas cards. Every year I have to create so many for family and friends and I always want to create unique ones for everyone, so these pocket cards came in very handy! Here is what I made:





For this card I used grey Distress Oxide ink on the background and then added the pocket card and a couple of die cut pieces on top with half pearls. There is also a stamped sentiment inside this card, you can see that on the video. 


This card is one of the exceptions  - I didn´t use any pocket cards on this one, but instead used a piece of leftover paper and stamped some Christmas trees with black ink onto it and fussy cut those. Then I created the background, again with Distress Oxide inks, and added the trees on top with a stamped sentiment and some glitter to go with them. 


This card is made the same way like the very first one. I´ve used quite a few die cut pieces and a pocket card as a centerpiece here. Inside, again, is a stamped sentiment. The inked background works so well with the colors of this pocket card set. 


This was probably the fastest card to create. I just matted the card base with a piece of patterned paper from the store (I love this paper!) and fussy cut the "Naughty or Nice?" image from the pocket card, then added pink seam binding and adhered the piece with 3D foam on top of the ribbon. The cork stars with half pearls add to the decoration. Inside is a pink stamped Christmas sentiment that says: "Christmas Wishes". 

 This card was also very easy to make. The background is created with blue Distress Oxide ink. After that I added white stamped snowflakes here and there. They add just a hue to the background. After that I only needed to adhere the pocket card and stamp a sentiment inside the card.

This pocket card creates a perfect winter scenery on it´s own. Not much additional decoration is neede here. So I just added some holographic embossed snowflakes to the sky and a gold embossed banner. Finally I decorated the card with white die cut trees and a few die cut small snowflakes that I had as "leftovers" from a previous project. On the second picture you can see the holographic embossing powder do it´s magic - sorry for the bad photo, but it was kinda hard to take a picture of that effect.

And finally, on my last card I´ve created the background with aquamarine spray ink and then added grey stamped present images on top. After that I just needed to add the pocket card and some half pearls for decoration.


For a full start-to-finish tutorial on all cards, see this video. I hope you like it!!!




Creating these cards was so much fun. They are simple and easy to make and if you want to make slightly different ones, just change the colors and/or the pocket cards and you have again a totally different set of Christmas cards done in no time!

Happy crafting,
xxx, Sanna


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