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…




Washi Tape

Christmas Stickers

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Step-By-Step Instructions:


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


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


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


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


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!


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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Upcycling: An Idea for Last Year’s Calendar!

Have you ever heard the saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure?” Before tossing last year’s calendar, put it to good use! Calendars always have picture-perfect images, text, and lettering on them… why not use them for your crafting?! Think… scrapbooking, card-making, and maybe even Mod Podging a picture to hang on your wall with the images from last year’s calendar!

Supplies Needed:


~Last year’s calendar

~Xacto Knife (optional)

~Cutting Mat (optional)


The instructions for this project are relatively self-explanatory. However, there are a few things to consider when cutting out your images.

1.) When cutting out an image, use smaller scissors rather than ones with a longer blade. This will help you to cut the image more precisely.

2.) When cutting, it’s best to start at the back of the scissor blade and work you way to the tip. This allows for long, clean cuts rather than choppy/jagged cuts. Also, it is better to hold the scissors stationary and move the image to cut rounded edges – rather than moving the scissors with every curve.

3.) In those hard-to-reach curves/corners of an image, it is very helpful to use an Exacto knife for clean lines and precision.

A few images I cut from last year's calendar!

A few images I cut from last year’s calendar!


*If you don’t have a calendar or your calendar doesn’t have images you can use, recruit calendars from family and friends. Chances are, they are going to toss them – so grab ’em up before they go out with the trash!

*Children’s calendars seem to have more scrapbook-friendly images which can be used; as opposed to a calendar with a large, single photo.


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DIY Door Hanger

This craft is easy, affordable, and fun!! With this project, you can make the standard, “Do Not Disturb” door hanger or you can personalize it with a name or theme – the choice is yours. You could also paint the door hangers or decorate them for holidays. There are many three-dimensional ways to spruce up your door hanger by hot gluing on silk flowers, buttons, bows, and other embellishments. These are also great for kids. A boy might like dinosaurs, cars, or sports while a girl might like diamonds, glitter, and pearls! The main thing is to be creative and have fun.

Completed door hanger

Completed door hanger

Supplies Needed:

*Glue Runner

*Glue Dots

*Pointed Scissors

*1 sheet of 8.5 x 11″ blue cardstock

*1 sheet of 8.5 x 11″ black cardstock

*Foam Alphabet Letters (made with glitter)

*Hot Glue Gun (with glue sticks, of course!)

*Fiskars Paper Trimmer (or scissors)

*Wooden Door Hanger (for the base)

*Pencil & Eraser

*Black Sharpie Marker (or the color of your choice)

*Flat-back Gemstones


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*Step One – Trace door hanger twice on your sheet of blue cardstock. Cut out what you have traced and erase any excess pencil markings. To cut out the center hole, pierce the center of it with the point of your scissors and begin cutting inside it. Before gluing them on, use a Sharpie marker and color in edges of wooden hanger to disguise any raw wood edges. If you would rather, you may alternatively use acrylic paint. Then, place glue all over one side of your wooden door hanger (paying close attention to the edges) and glue traced image onto the door hanger. Do the same for the opposite side.

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Click to enlarge

*Step Two – Cut an accent piece of cardstock (I used black) to add contrast and a backdrop for your foam letters. Secure this piece on with your glue runner. To frame your accent piece of cardstock, use ribbon or strung sequins which you can secure with a hot glue gun. Also, use a dab of hot glue on the back of your foam letters and secure them where you want them.

*Step Three – For a finishing touch, secure gemstones onto your door hanger with Glue Dots in either random or precise placement.


~ Add texture to your base paper by running it through the Cuttlebug/embossing it.

~ Instead of covering door hanger in paper, why not use some acrylic paint to spruce it up?!

~ Sometimes, the door hangers have splintered edges when you purchase them. Simply use some sandpaper or a coarse nail file to smooth edges.

~ When you’re at the craft store in the wooden goods aisle, pick up a three-dimensional wooden initial for your door hanger or other cut-out wooden shapes.

~ For the advanced crafter, you could do a mosaic effect background with random shapes of glittery and matte cardstock!


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