12 Christmas Cards Video Tutorials

A year has passed since I did 12 Cards of Christmas and I’m getting ready to do it again! However I realized that although all the cards were posted on Youtube there wasn’t a blog post with all the cards listed as a reference. So as preparation for the 12 Cards of Christmas 2015 here’s a roundup of all the cards from last year.

Resist Technique an exciting combination of stamping with embossing powder and creating a background with a resist technique.

Layering layering paper and adding dimension with foam tape.

Transparencies learn how to color transparencies and what can be done with it.

Felt Create a felt snow man and mimic the feeling of snow with a soft fabric.

Double Fold interesting card that opens up to reveal a surprise.

Paper Piecing create a funny scene by assembling pieces of paper.

Bezel Art discover how to tuen empty boring bezels into festive ornaments.

Make your own snow be a craft cook and mix your own snow white mix that will look like the real thing.

Pop Up Trees  give your Christmas trees a little dimension but in a way they can still fit inside an envelope.

Easel Card dry embossing and surprising folding will result in a beautiful card.

Water Colors easy but striking card with watercolor resist and crayon technique

Doodling doodle letters and shapes and color them with holiday colors to create a jolly card.

Wow! An easy, beautiful and fast collection of cards that you can make for family and friends. You even have enough ideas to make a different card for each one 🙂 Get ready for the new 12 Cards of Christmas 2015 series it’s coming your way soon!

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