Homemade Christmas Cards

Happy Blogmas Day 3 🙂

Every year since I went away to college I’ve always tried to make my family Homemade Christmas Cards. In fact, I still have the original pack of 150 Red and Green cards that I picked up in Target all them years ago 🙂

Making your own Christmas Cards can seem like a very hard task, but It’s really not and today I’m going to share with you the first card I ever made. I got idea for it from Hopeful Honey and it couldn’t be simpler

What you’ll need 🙂

  • Pack of A6 Card in any colour
  • Some double sided sticky tape, glue dots or glue gun
  • Buttons in Christmas colours
  • Happy Christmas stickers
  • Red ribbon

What it will look like:

christmas-wreath
Picture from Hopeful Honey

Method:

  1. Take a card and draw a cirlce with the top of a jar then using your adhesive of choice stick down the buttons around the circle until you are happy with it. You can us a single line of buttons like the image above or you can mix it up, it really is up to you 🙂
  2. Take the ribbon and cut a bit off to tie a bow and stick it to the top. lastly just add a Happy Christmas sticker or hand write it and you’re done 🙂

Simple right 🙂

 

If you try this at home let me know, or if you already make your own let me know in the comments 🙂

 

All The Best

 

CJ 🙂

 

 

 

 

3 Comments Add yours

  1. These are super cute!

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  2. destavert says:

    Very cute, and would be pretty easy to make. I think people love getting home made cards!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. I know I do, even if its just simple it came from the heart ❤

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