Monday, October 5, 2020

Joyful Holly Slim Line Card

 Slimline cards seem to be all the rage right now.  You can make your own and they will mail with regular postage in a standard #10 business envelope.  I like the look and it gives a different way to use the stamps.  It is fun to create a different look than the standard A2 5.5 x 4.25 greeting card.

I used the Joyful Holly stamp set again this week as I'm moving on to more Christmas cards.  Always a season ahead so even though fall is just now here it is time to be thinking about making enough cards for Christmas.

I made an envelope to accompany the card which makes it even nicer as the recipient begins to smile even before the card is revealed. 
The inside of a card is just as important as the outside and I like to carry the image into the inside.  I don't usually add sentiments to the inside of the card but for Christmas it seems a bit easier to do and there is still plenty of space for the personally penned words as well.

I have a video tutorial up on my YouTube Channel and you can go to my tams site for FREE printable instructions and supplies list just by clicking on the blue tams number above the supplies list here on the blog.

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