Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts: Joyous Greetings Woodland Christmas Card
Hello, Friends! We are just days away from Christmas, and I am still working on Christmas cards! Ay-yi-yi! Thankfully, I found a way to make a truly fabulous Christmas card in very little time. It doesn’t look simple, but I promise you, this Joyous Greetings Woodland Christmas Card comes together in a jiffy. Beautiful chippies from Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts make it sparkle and shine.
- Paint chippies with Ivory Chalkboard Paint
- While Paint is still wet, sprinkle liberally with Stampendous Gold Tinsel Embossing Powder
- Gently tap off the excess and heat set.
It doesn’t get any easier than that!
Once again, I pulled an “oldie but a goodie” from my Christmas paper Stash. My Mind’s Eye Joyous Collection looks fabulous with these golden hues. My focal image is from Polly’s Paper Etsy Shop. The Scribble Bird Frame makes it pop right off the frame. I added more circular elements with a Tim Holtz Rosette, a big red button, a sticker from the collection and some vintage gems. I diluted the chalkboard paint on my craft sheet and spattered it randomly onto the card to add the feeling of a snow flurry.
- Create a 5×7 Kraft Cardstock card base
- Cut a slightly smaller panel of the red glitter dot paper from Joyous
- Cut a 3.75×5.75 panel of red damask paper and glue in the top left hand corner of the card, leaving a 3/8″ border on top and side.
- Glue the prepared honeycomb over this panel
- Add a second panel of the same size using the red glitter text paper. It should be aobut 3/8″ from the bottom edge and 3/4″ to the right of the red damask paper.
- Add the bird tag using waste chipboard on the back side to add lots of depth and dimension
- Glue Bird Scribble frame in place
- Make rosette and glue in place
- Top with button and sticker from collection
- Add bow, vintage gems and sentiment
A Peek Inside:
A Fond Farewell to Gypsy Soul
I wanted to let you all know that this will be my last post as a Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Educator. Now that we live so close to our lovely granddaughters, I am spending much more time with them. This makes my heart happy! But it also means that I have to lighten my work load a little. I had to make the tough decision to step back in order to keep my life in balance. I have loved being on this team, and I will guest design now and again as time allows. I’ll continue to use the product in my post, and will be sure to link to the shop for your convenience. But I just can’t keep up with the time consuming tutorial writing. Life is short, and “The Littles” will not be little forever. I don’t want to regret not having made the most of the amazing opportunity to be with my precious grandchildren as much as possible.
So that’s it for me, my friends! I hope I shared some ideas here that you can incorporate into your own crafting.
Thanks for stopping by!