Happy Monday and Welcome to Day 12 of the Trinity Stamps 12 Days of Christmas Event. The talented Trinity Stamps Design Team has been sharing holiday-inspired projects from December 1st-14th on the Trinity Stamps Blog and YouTube Channel.
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For Day 12, I’m sharing a set of easy holiday cards in three different “sizes”; an A4 Portrait, A4 Landscape and Slimline Card . While I love stamping, I find that die cutting cards with a bold design with the help of big sentiments is a simple way to mass produce several cards at once. Takes a little elbow grease, but once you have all you die cuts prepared, all you need is a little glue and you’re ready to go to the mailbox. For my cards today, I’m using the star trail die in the Slimline Christmas Magic Coordinating Die Set (while this is a coordinating die, it’s also a fantastic standalone die set) with Scripty Holidays & Scripty Christmas.
A4 Portrait: Happy Holidays
I die cut the star trail die along the left side of a blue cardstock panel. Then I adhered it to a white cardstock base using liquid adhesive. Then I added the Silver Foil with Vellum Shadow Happy Holidays to the card panel and for a little extra pop added some silver baubles.
A4 Landscape: Merry Christmas
This time I die cut the star trail twice on the bottom and top of the card. Then I adhered it to a white cardstock back with liquid adhesive. To finish the card, I added the sparkly green with Vellum Shadow Merry Christmas Sentiment.
Slimline Merry Christmas
For my last card, I diecut the star trail die at the bottom of a green cardstock slimline panel and then I adhered it to a white slimline stitched frame. I added the sparkly red and vellum shadow Merry Christmas using liquid adhesive. For a little extra pop, I used the leftover red star pieces from the A4 Landscape card and adhered them to the top of the card. After I was done decorating the card panel, I adhered it to a red and green striped pattern paper from the Trinity Stamps Slimline Paper Pad-Holiday Trimmings.
So there we are friends, a set of easy holiday cards using the star trail die from the Christmas Magic Coordinating Die Set and Scripty Word Dies. Wishing you all wonderful holiday season!
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