Last week, I made some simple Christmas cards using stamps from USA. Since those stamps are currently out of stock, I wanted to show you how this technique can easily be replicated with any stamps! Today, I’m using stamps from Hobbycraft. Every year, Hobbycraft have a range of Christmas stamps. They tend to start sales on their Christmas stock around this time so definitely worth having a look if you’re interested. Like I said, these cards are really easy to replicate with whatever stamps you already own. (Alternatively, you may be able to find free downloads online that you can print off and do something similar with!).
As it’s a simple technique, it’s easy to do quite a few cards in one go. It does take a bit of time, however. So I recommend doing it whilst watching TV. It’s a great time to put on a Christmas film and get a bit crafty after all! This is definitely one you could do at home with the kids too, if you’re a parent or need a babysitting task.
Cardmaking is something I really enjoy but don’t always have time to do. I’ve made it a point to try and actively make cards for Christmas every year. Most times I manage to make a few but not enough. This year, I’m making loads so I hopefully will have enough for everyone. For example, just for today’s post, I’ve made 15-16 cards (though I’ve already posted a few of them to loved ones). These cards are all very simple to do but a little time consuming. It’s a great task to do whilst sitting in front of the TV. Today’s cards are handmade holiday cards featuring The Greeting Farm stamps. They are really simple and easy to recreate so definitely one that you could do with children too!
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