I’m going to teach you how to make beautiful Christmas cards quickly! AND these DIY Cards don’t require a lot of supplies! It’s a simple layout using Designer Series Paper.
Not ready to make Christmas cards yet? (me either, honestly!). This is the perfect card layout that works great with any papers and greetings!
Grab your favorite Designer Series Paper, or those scraps you have sitting around, and make some beautiful Christmas Cards!
How To Make Beautiful Christmas Cards | Video Tutorial
When starting to make your beautiful Christmas cards one secret I can give you? Choose some designer paper or scrapbook paper that you love and let that be the ‘star’ of your card! Stampin’ Up! has some lovely designer series paper options for the holidays.
What paper would you use to make your beautiful Christmas Cards? I’d love to hear!
I hope you enjoyed these beautiful Christmas cards and give this tutorial a try. Not into making Christmas cards? That’s ok too! You can use this tutorial and swap out the paper too fit ANY occasion card you want or need!
How To Make Beautiful Christmas Cards Fast
It all begins with a 4 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ piece of Designer Series Paper.
Use your paper trimmer to cut from corner to corner.
Then carefully turn and cut corner to corner the other direction.
Flip 2 of the pieces to show the other side of the paper.
You could also cut a couple of different pieces of DSP and mix and match them.
- Card Base: 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ OR 11″ x 4 1/4″ (samples used Basic Black, Crumb Cake & Sahara Sand)
- Designer Series Paper: 4 3/4″ x 3 1/2″
- Layer behind DSP: 5″ x 3 3/4″
- Inside: Basic White: 4″ x 5 1/4″
The Designer Series Paper that I used is Peaceful Prints from Sale-a-bration. It’s a FREE item you can select when you place an order of $50 by September 30. This paper makes making beautiful Christmas Cards so easy!
Don’t forget to stamp the inside.
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Thanks for stopping by. If I can help you with anything, or if you have any questions, please leave a comment or send me an email. I love to hear from my readers!
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I look forward to sharing with you again real soon!
30 thoughts on “How To Make Beautiful Christmas Cards Super Quick & Fun”
I have so many sheets of one-sided Christmas paper and can’t wait to “match” them together for this card – another winner Jackie.
Have fun making your cards, Dot!
This is one of my favorite designs, it was the first card I made when I started card making. Thank You for sharing.
That’s so cool!
Jackie, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this card idea, I’m going to use it a lot. Thanks
Thanks, love your ideas
Thanks for watching! Have a stamp happy day!
Oh so generous and beautiffull. The included measurements makes it so easy.
You’re welcome! Have a stamp happy day!
Thank you so much for sharing your cards and the measurements!! I Love these cards!!
I’m so glad you like these Linda. Have a stamp happy day!
Jackie would this card be considered a clean and simple card? I have a swap that calls for a clean and simple Christmas card. I am not sure what clean and simple is.
This is definitely simple but I wouldn’t consider it clean and simple. “Clean” typically means there is a lot of ‘white space’ in the card. I would suggest you go to Pinterest and search the phrase “clean and simple christmas cards” and you’ll get some ideas that way.
Thank You for the step by step instructions which is most helpful for me. Couldn’t come at a better time as I just bought a pack of double-sided paper.
Your cards are lovely and so simple to make. Great cards to make for my next years cards that I have already started in making. Wasn’t able to find the time to make many this year so wanted to make sure that I have my cards all made and done for next year.
I have a feeling that I will be making many birthday, thank you, thinking of you, etc. cards using this technique.
In fact, I will be making a card for my cousin ( she was a cancer survivor) of which I just found out Monday that she now has bone cancer.
Wishing you, your family & Everyone a Very Merry Christmas. May your holiday be bright & safe.
I’m so sorry to hear about your cousin; I know the cards you make will be an encouragement to her and all the others you create for. Thanks for watching and being here. Have a stamp happy day!
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Just found this card and love it! Simple, but perfect. Will be making many of these, not just for Christmas!
I’m so happy to hear that you like this card and that you plan to make some of your own–have a stamp happy day!
So glad I saw this on Pinterest. I’m going to make a bunch of these. Easy and beautiful. Thanks so much. I have so much of this paper left over from last year. I love it – very rustic, country vibe.
So happy you found the idea and are going to use it.
Simple to make, but stylish cards. I will use your design during small Christmas workshop I will give in an Activity Center in my neighborhood. I was searching for several different quick to make cards, and your design will definitely be a winner. Thanks from The Netherlands!
I’m glad you like the design, enjoy your workshop!
Love the design/layout! I would really appreciate learning exactly what glue you are using?
Thank you so much!
Glad you like these cards! The glue I use is called multipurpose liquid glue, otherwise known as “green glue”!
Wow, how easy, need to start on my Christmas cards, plus I need some cards for card class next months card exchange.. thanks for always sharing your ideas! Your amazing!
You’re welcome Kathy! Glad you like this idea!
Always enjoy your card ideas! This card combines color theory of quilting with cardmaking – I find this so artistically satisfying. Bonus is using papers I don’t gravitate to by combining them with papers I like in this style of card. You are my favorite SU demonstrator.
Thank you Marti for those kind words! And I love the quilting comparison, it’s so true!