I’m trying not to panic too much about getting Christmas cards made to send this year. Yes, it’s only the beginning of October – but, every year, I think I have enough time to get our Christmas cards made and, inevitably, end up rushing at the end to get them in the mail. If you tend to do something similar, I think the card shown below may be helpful. It is a quick but very pretty card!
Take a look at the pictures below that show the front, inside, and top of the card. This is a tunnel card made from Designer Series Paper (DSP).
And, below is the link to a YouTube video from a recent Stamp Club meeting. Please be patient for the first few minutes. I had a minor audio issue that was correct a few minutes into the demonstration.
I really hope that you give this technique a try. It’s a ton of fun to make and really is a unique way to send greetings to friends and family.
The main products that I used to make the card are shown below. [Note: I swapped the DSP that I used since it is no longer available. It was one of the freebies in the Sale-a-Bration event.] Click on any product picture, and you’ll go directly to my online store.