Card set with die cuts


Today I brought you a card design which is easy to re-produce even in bigger quantities in case you want to give it as a gift to someone.


I started with die cutting my background white panels with a stitched rectangle die. I also cut the sketchy tree from shimmery metallic cardstock along with the Christmas word from metallic red cardstock. I glued them in place and using the MISTI I stamped the rest of the sentiment with black ink exactly on the same place on each card.


I glued it all on a striped patterned paper and gave it a red mat. It all went on a white card base, and the only extra embellishment was a star gemstone I glued on the top of the tree.


Fast, easy but due to the layers an special papers it is still a very pretty and nice looking card.


I will upload these to the SSS Monday Challenge O’ Christmas tree and to the SSS Wednesday Challenge Christmas to die for.

Thanks for your visit and I hope to see you soon again here,

Have a lovely day,




Ma egy könnyen elkészíthető és “nagy mennyiségben legyártható” lap szettet hoztam nektek.


Először is fehér kartonból vágtam öltésmintás téglalapokat, majd a fenyőfát metálfényű zöld kartonból, a feliratot pedig pirosból. Minden a helyére ragasztottam, majd a kivágat alá pecsételtem a felirat többi részét. A fehér panelemet egy színes csíkos papírra ragasztottam, majd ez kapott egy piros alátétet mielőtt az egészet egy fehér képeslap alapra rögzítettem volna. Az egyetlen extra díszítés egy pici csillag, amit a fák tetejére tettem.


Köszi, hogy benéztetek, remélem hamarosan újra találkozunk itt.

Addig is szép napot!


2 thoughts on “Card set with die cuts

  1. I absolutely love what you’ve done here! These are easy enough to make in multiples, yet they are so packed with personality! I love the striped border and how it really gives it a whimsical touch. I also love how those strong lines pair with the scribbles of the tree shape. You’ve really inspired me by showing how duplicate cards can still be totally stunning! Thanks for sharing your work with us here at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge!


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