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Happy Christmas DIY Greeting Card

Happy Christmas DIY Greeting Card
Happy Christmas DIY Greeting Card
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Send someone a meaningful message with this Happy Christmas DIY Greeting Card. If you're looking for unexpected handmade Christmas cards, this is a great way to get started. Send one to each of your favorite people just to show how much you care. Your time and effort will surely be rewarded with good cheer. Excitement for the holiday season is contagious and DIY Christmas cards can infect everyone around you with positive energy. The graphic background and three-dimensional snowflake make the card a real standout among a sea of traditional red and green designs.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialPaper



Spellbinders Products:

  • Snowflake Bliss
  • Labels Forty-One
  • Tool 'n One

Other Supplies:

  • IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko: VersaMagic Ink and Vertigo Sheet
  • SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L: Crafty Power Tape
  • WorldWin Papers: ColorMates Smooth & Silky Cardstock (White, Slate, and Black)
  • Sentiment Stamp
  • Clear Foam Tape



  1. Create a card base with slate cardstock. Trim a white panel, adhere to card base.
  2. Trim a black panel smaller than the white panel.
  3. Cut/Emboss slate cardstock with Labels Forty-One Die #2 (the smallest size die is #1) multiple times, using the Grand Calibur Machine. I find it helpful to cut a few extras in case you need them.
  4. Create a background pattern with the label die cuts touching top to bottom and side to side. Adhere.
  5. Trim the overhanging portions of the labels to be flush with the black panel. Adhere black panel to card.
  6. Cut/Emboss Snowflake Bliss Die #4 with the Vertigo material (a translucent patterned material).
  7. Use the Tool 'n One to remove the small pieces from the cut. Adhere the snowflake die cut to the card.
  8. Stamp and emboss the sentiment at the bottom of the card.

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I am so happy that this card looks like it has the center standing higher than the rest of the card. Do you make a lot of these three-dimensional designs? I want to make unique cards for all of my family members. I would like to create pop up cards for each person. If nothing else, I want to make cards that look like they pop up. This one is so fun, I have to include it on my list.


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