Christmas Card Planning

It’s November 10th, as I post this. It’s not too late to make Christmas cards, but you need to get started now. I’ve made a video with some thoughts on planning cards and I’ve created a chart with some rough estimates for the supplies you may need, depending on your design. You’ll also find a card I designed to be quick and thrifty.

Click here if you’d like to print the pdf.

Here is the  Color Coach for the Core Colors and here’s the one for the 2021-2023 and 2022-2024 In Colors. They’re great resources for choosing colors!

Here’s that card I mentioned. It’s a very simple “fancy fold” to make it a bit more interesting. Feel free to swap out the Designer Series Paper, ribbon, greeting. Use a different punch or die for the tag.

Click here for the detailed directions. If you make 48 cards just like this, order the stamp set or use a greeting you already own, the ink, and the punch. You can use these again and again. Order one of each of the consumables except the envelopes. You’ll need 2 packs of envelopes for 48 cards, but you’ll have a lot left over.

I used the regular Basic White card stock, but if you want the Thick Basic White, you’ll need an extra pack. If you prefer the knot (around the C Block I did with the Black & White Plaid ribbon) or an “Air Bow” (like I did with the gold ribbon), you’ll need 2 spools of ribbon.

The consumables come to $57.50, or $1.20 per card.

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