|Posted on December 11, 2016 at 7:35 PM|
I am a bit late with my Christmas cards this year, both demos and the ones I am making for friends and family Actually, I don't think many people are sending cards now, in part due to the extortionate cost of posting them these days. This has really hit the card makers hard, as we often have to post them in special boxes because they are thicker than normal printed ones. I have given up and just made cards for people I live near and can deliver by hand, as I really like Christmas cards that have some dimension and interest to them, rather than flat printed ones.
Anyway, enough of the chat as I promised a second post today. Here are today's featured cards, using a simple folded tree design that you can make in bulk.
There is both a straight edge and a scallop edge design on this template. The scallop one looks nice with traditional or muted colours and the straight edge with more contempary or modern colours and designs.
Try the scalloped design
Or the straight edge design
I'll be posting the template and some photo instructions in the next day or so, so check back again if you would like to get hold of that.
Categories: Card Projects, Project Tips and Notes, 2016
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