Video : Same But Different Christmas Card Series – Quick Cards with Minimal Supplies!

Dooonnn’t Panic!  There is still time, you can make some handmade Christmas cards, these quick and easy designs using minimal supplies came together in no time at all.

To keep it quick the designs had to be simple.  I created 6 similar but different designs using the cute Lawn Fawn Simply Celebrate Winter and the Simply Winter Sentiments stamp sets.

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Lostinpaper - Lawn Fawn SBD 2018 1

To make it ‘quick’ the key is to keep it similar…   I used the black ink for all the designs but changed where I stamped on each of the panels.

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I used the same Copic colours on all of the designs and kept the shading to a minimum.

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Lostinpaper - Lawn Fawn - Christmas Cards (card video) 7

I also added the same fun elements, love my Prisma glitter….   but,

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I adore the Marvy Snow Pen!  What’s not to love….

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Lostinpaper - Lawn Fawn - Christmas Cards (card video) 7

and I dooo love this stuff……….

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and one more!

Lostinpaper - Lawn Fawn - Christmas Cards (card video) 7

Lostinpaper - Lawn Fawn - Christmas Cards (card video) 7

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at YouTube.

Thanks so much for all your wonderful support of this Christmas Series, it would not be possible without you and I have loved reading every one of your lovely comments, YOU guys are amazing!  Big Crafty Christmas Hugs,

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Other Supplies:

Solar White 110
Solar White 110
EH
Neenah 80lb
Neenah 80lb
EH
Neenah 80lb
Neenah 80lb
EH
Simply Celebrate Winter
Simply Celebrate Winter
EH
Simply Winter Sentiments
Simply Winter Sentiments
EH
Tuxedo Black
Tuxedo Black
EH
Copic Markers
Copic Markers
EH
Marvy - Snow Marker
Marvy – Snow Marker
OTH
Heat Tool
Heat Tool
EH
Embossing Magic Bag
Embossing Magic Bag
EH
Prisma Glitter
Prisma Glitter
EH
Copic Multiliner
Copic Multiliner EH
Stamp Blocks
Stamp Blocks
EH
MISTI
MISTI
ALT | EH
Creative Corners
Creative Corners
EH
Bone Folder
Bone Folder
EH
Guillotine
Guillotine
EH
Paper Trimmer
Paper Trimmer
EH
Mini Score Board
Mini Score Board
EH
Quickie Glue Pen
Quickie Glue Pen
EH
ATG
ATG
EH

21 thoughts on “Video : Same But Different Christmas Card Series – Quick Cards with Minimal Supplies!

  1. I’m very sad this is the last of the Season, Therese! But you’ve gone out with a bang – or a pah rumpa pum pum of the drum!! all absolutely adorable, my friend… xx
    =]

  2. It’s amazing how a simple design can yield so much impact! Love your charming details…brilliant idea to use your Marvy Snow Pen! Adorable cards, Therese!

  3. Arent these the cutest looking cards, so simple and light colouring and yes that pen looks like it needs to be added to the list. Beautiful cards.

  4. I love these cards, love how you’ve simplified the process to make some lovely cards.
    That marvel snow looks awesome. I’m pretty sure you used it on cards last year and I thought at the time I should get me some! Thanks for links defineately getting some now.
    Cheers
    Lisa

  5. I love your sweet cards, especially as I am a pastel person. I love red and green at Christmas, but absolutely love your pastel ones. Sweet, Sweet!!!

  6. Oh, my goodness! I love this series! I would not have picked pastels, but boy are these perfect! Thank you so much for all that you do for us – I love your cards, your videos, your humor… Merr Christmas!

  7. I get bored quickly too so I like and appreciate your same but different series! These cards are so quick and cute! Love the simple coloring and the pastels (so glad that pastels are not just for spring any longer!). It works well especially on such small images. I don’t like waiting until the last minute either. I started Christmas card making in August (I know … really early even for me, but that’s when the spirit moved me to get going! And who am I to argue with the creative spirit!!!). Since this year’s cards were made before the new goodies came out, I got to shop and get ideas for next year’s cards! (Christmas cards are my absolute favorite to make.) That’s just how I roll and what works for me. Thanks so much for your series this year. Much appreciated. Here’s wishing you, your loved ones and the folks in Australia and the region a very Happy Christmas season. Stay cool (literally)! All the best in the coming New Year and here’s to more happy crafting!

  8. Therese, your cards and videos are always so beautifully done and so inspiring, too. Today’s video is so much fun – love the pastels and the snow pen and the glitter dots, too!! I really appreciate the time it takes for you to make a video, edit it and get it uploaded. Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones and may 2019 bring you much joy and happiness.

  9. I’ve finished all of my Christmas cards for this year but these are fantastic! Quick, easy and cute. I love this series. Thanks Therese!

  10. Love those shaded pastels, Therese … they add that certain je ne sais quoi to these adorable quick and simple designs … gorgeous and downright cute! Wishing you a joy filled and blessed Christmas! Hugs, Anita 🙂

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