Handmade Christmas Cards Are Fun To Make!
Here are some Handmade Christmas Card Ideas for you to copy. I love making Handmade Christmas Cards. There are tons of rubber stamps and supplies to choose from.
I love when I visit family and friends later in the winter and they still have Christmas Cards handmade by me on display. It really makes the extra effort worth it.
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Why make Handmade Christmas cards? When you make a Handmade Christmas card, you know that the recipient won’t get any others like it.
I love to receive Homemade Christmas cards from my friends and family. Even a thoughtfully crafted Christmas Greeting card from an amateur will brighten my day.
If you’ve never made cards before, start by reading How To Make Handmade Cards.
I love the textures and embellishments like foil, ribbon, glitter, fake snow, netting, and charms. It’s so much more personal than a flat printed card. I have received some Handmade Christmas Cards that are beautiful enough for framing.
It’s never too early in the year to start exploring ideas for Handmade Xmas Card Ideas.
The stamp on this Handmade Christmas Card is from Stampendous. I colored the image using Stampin’ Up watercolor pencils and a blender pen. the border punch is from EK Success, and so is the large edge punch. I added a few rhinestones to jazz it up a bit.
The Cricut is AWESOME for making Handmade Christmas Cards! There are Cricut Cartridges like Joys of the Season, Christmas Cheer, and Winter Frolic dedicated to just Christmas and others have shapes and phrases for all of the holidays.
This Snow Globe Card combines different patterns in blue and sage green, but they all seem to work together. I used an interesting technique to give the snow globe a realistic touch.
Put your Cricut to work and make cute Christmas Cards. This Teddy Bear Santa card is perfect to send to a child or teddy lover.
If you need a card for a special friend, this Elf Cricut Card might be just what you need.
Rubber stamps are a wonderful way to decorate your cards. You can purchase sentiments to add sayings and verses to your cards or pictures and characters. They can be used over and over. If you’re interested in learning about rubber stamps, visit How to Use Rubber Stamps.
Glitter paper always makes an impressive statement when used in handmade cards. This bright blue and bright green are eye catching and match the elf perfectly. The elf is a digital stamp that can be used over and over. For all of the details, visit Elf Christmas Card.
I used the Cricut Explore to design this Snowman Family card. It made it very easy to create, cut, and assemble. I added glitter and fake snow accents. The unique, non-traditional colors make this Christmas Greeting card one-of-a-kind.
Using a variety of supplies will help you create stunning Handmade Christmas Cards. By combining patterned papers, Cricut die cuts, Spellbinders Nestabilities die cuts, and a cute digital image, I crafted this cute card. You can find all the details at Cute Christmas Card using Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge.
This Stampin’ Up Handmade Christmas Card uses the Build A Bird Punch, scraps of patterned paper and red cardstock, and an embossed background made using the Cuttlebug. This is an easy Christmas Card design to make.
More great places to find Christmas Card Making Ideas:
- Making Christmas Cards with Martha Stewart
- 16 Holiday Cards on HGTV
- Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cards
- AllFreeChristmas Crafts
- FaveCrafts Christmas Cards
This cute Elf Card uses non-traditional Christmas Colors. The whimsical designer papers are perfect for this cute elf. I love the traditional green, red, burgundy, gold, and silver for Handmade Christmas Cards, but this fun card with pink and bright green, would be perfect for a child or a kid at heart.
As you’ve probably guessed, I love using my Cricut to make Handmade Cards. Cricut offers so many Christmas die cuts, that the card ideas just keep flowing! Not only are there Christmas shapes, but there are also frames, tags, and borders to use as card accents.
Here’s a video tutoral of how I made this card.
There is such variety of supplies available for making Handmade Christmas Cards. After you gather the basic supplies and tools, let your imagination run wild, and use these cards as inspiration to create wonderful works of art!
Looking for more ideas? Take a look at Handmade Christmas Card Ideas by my friend CraftyMarie!