Easy Sticker Card for Christmas in July + GIVEAWAY!

Fast, easy, unique!! This card is super simple and doesn’t take many supplies. In fact, the supplies you will need may already be in your stash. You will only need FIVE supplies for this FIVE-STEP, FIVE MINUTE card!

All you need to do is find the Christmas stickers you want to use… that will be how you will choose your color theme for your cardstock. This card sort of makes itself! 😉 The supplies you will need are…

Glue

Scissors

Cardstock

Washi Tape

Christmas Stickers

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Step-By-Step Instructions:

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STEP 1: Begin by placing six Christmas stickers onto your cardstock.

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STEP 2: Use your scissors to cut a border around the stickers from the cardstock.

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STEP 3: Align stickers onto your card base and adhere down with glue.

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STEP 4: Add a strip of coordinating Washi Tape to the center.

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STEP 5: Finish your card by adding a sentiment sticker OR foam cutout sticker to the center.

It’s THAT easy!! This is a great card for kids and/or beginners to try out. It’s also nice if you are mass-producing similar cards since each card only takes about five minutes to make!

Giveaway!!

To thank all of you for stopping by my blog today, I will be giving away a mini Christmas prize pack with a set of Gold Foiled Christmas Stickers AND a set of Recollections Holiday-Colored Solid Cardstock (10 sheets of 8.5 x 11″ in a variety of colors) to one lucky winner (U.S. residents only). Contest ends on 7/24/17 at midnight CST. Winner will be e-mailed shortly thereafter to claim their prize.

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Polka Dot CAS Card

Hi everyone! I hope your new year is going well thus far. For today’s project, we will be working on a polka dot CAS card. For starters, let’s define what a CAS card is… CAS stands for “Clean And Simple”. Basically, these types of cards don’t have a lot of embellishments or layers; they are very quick and easy cards to create. This is especially helpful if you are pinched for time or if you are mass producing a similar card.

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Supplies Needed:

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Solid Cardstock (for card base and sentiment)     Patterned Cardstock (for polka dots)    

1″ Circle Punch    Glue Runner     Glue Dots     Signo Gel Pen (in white)     Scissors   

Stamp Sentiment     Acrylic Block    Ink (you choose color)     Foam Squares    

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Bright & Happy Thank You Card

I love to get inspiration for cards from color palettes – so I had a blast making this card featuring lime green, teal, and white! The Color Throwdown blog posted this color palette for their current card challenge. If you’ve never entered a challenge, it can be lots of fun. There are so many other gorgeous entries to browse through, as well. To see the challenge(s) posted at the Color Throwdown, please click HERE. Also, I have a few other challenges featured under my Giveaways & More tab HERE.

This was the color palette for this challenge

This was the color palette for this challenge.

 

The card I decided to make was a simple, yet colorful, Thank You card. I got the hot air balloon stamp used on this card at Michael’s a few years ago. I stamped the image off with my Momento ink (which I adore) on white, teal, and lime green cardstock. Then, I cut out parts of each and paper pieced onto the white, stamped paper to add some color. I used my white gel pen to add dashes (faux stitching) around the balloons. To finish it off, I added a simple banner/band across the front. It was fun to make and so easy! Check out my finished card on my Instagram or scroll down to view it below. ↓ ↓ ↓ 

 

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