Hi! I’m Sara Levin the artful inker an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator in the United States. Welcome to my blog! Today I’m share two quick and easy Window Wishes Christmas Cards for Stamping Sunday Blog Hop. The design team are all sharing holiday themed creations with you for today’s hop. So be sure to make the rounds after checking out these Window Wishes Christmas cards and video tutorial!
Stamping Sunday Blog Hop Holiday
Our theme for today’s hop is “holiday” After checking out my creations, you can find the link list for the rest of the team below.
Window Wishes Bundle
For my two cards, I used the Window Wishes Bundle which includes the Window Wishes stamp set and the Windows Dies. Remember, you receive a 10% savings when you purchase the Bundle versus the individual products.
Though the sentiments say “Christmas”, this set contains plenty of elements to use for creations throughout the year.
quick and Easy Window Wishes Christmas Card 1
Though I usually like to make cards that are more detailed, today’s cards are quick and easy. You see, I found out that I need more than double the number of cards I’ve been slowly working my way towards. And I thought I only need 10 more cards but oops! it’s more like 50 😂
I generally make one offs — ie no two cards are the same. Sooo, I need (and you may too 😉) a few quick cards to get back in the game. If you’re behind in your making or just getting started, these two Christmas cards could be just the thing to see you mailing cards in the not too distant future.
For this card, I started with a simple fun fold for the base and added some Sweetest Christmas Designer Paper.
Using the Window Dies, I cut a door frame, door. Then, I used the Window Wishes stamp set to stamp the garland and sentiment. There’s also a die for the garland! Which makes quick work of getting all of my pieces ready!!
Quick Window Wishes Christmas Card 2
This second quick and easy Christmas card uses some of the same steps as the first card for the die cut window that I layered over a piece of Lights Aglow Designer Paper.
Then, there’s some simple stamping for the wreath and sentiment.
Again, loving that the Window Dies make things easy by cutting out the wreath and the Real Red Glimmer Paper for a multi-loop bow!
Quick and easy!!
Quick and Easy Window Wishes Christmas Cards Video
Enjoy today’s video with the details and tips for making these two quick and easy Window Wishes Christmas cards.
Thanks for stopping in today!
Be sure to check out the rest of today’s Stamping Sunday Blog Hop for more ideas for making beautiful holiday creations.