Christmas cards using patterned paper and Christmas elements pack.

Hello!!
Today, I have some super quick and easy Christmas cards that I made using the newly released Craftangles 6″x6″ patterned paper pack “Merry Christmas”.
This pack has the most fun papers and I have combined them with the Craftangles Christmas elements pack
For the first card, I cut the patterned paper to fit the front of a greeting card base and embellished it with sparkly paper and sequins.
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For the card below I fussy cut the bauble from the christmas elements pack, added some die cut leaves, a silver  bow and self adhesive gem stone. I adhered this with double sided foam tape to the patterned paper and then to the square card base.
I love how this turned out..super cute.

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For the next card, I used the new ‘Swirly circle’ stencil from Craftangles  and the  Craftangles fairy dust glimmer paste  to create the back ground. I darkened the edges of the card with Tim Holtz distress ink to create some interest.
I then adhered the elements panel using 3D foam tape to finish the card.

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I used the same stencil as above, for the next card, but instead of glimmer paste, I used Unicorn white ink. Here too, I darkened the edges to create some interest and splattered some white paint to match the snowflakes on the element panel. A quick and simple card.

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Here too, I have used patterned paper and a fussy cut element. I added a stamped sentiment to this card. The sentiment is from the new Craftangles ‘Happy Holidays’ stamp set. I also added a piece of embossed vellum to add some interest.

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For this card, I embossed the background and darkened the edges of the card base. I then added the element panel and some sequins to finish the card. 
No sentiment needed here.

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For this card, I’m playing peek a boo with the patterned paper. I dry embossed the  white card and inserted the patterned paper. I embellished the card with some gemstones and a couple of fussy cut printed elements.

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This one is simple layering of patterned paper on a red card base. I added a left over scrap of the embossed vellum so that the fussy cut element would pop>

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This card is similarly layered, but here I used a red cardstock panel to make the printed element show better.

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Here I used the Floral Mandala stencil to create the background. I stamped the sentiment from the ‘Happy Holidays’ stamp set and added some die cut Christmas trees and a splatter of white paint to finish the card.

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For this card, I stamped a Christmas music background, tone on tone and added the fussy cut Christmas tree. I also added the sentiment, layered with siliver glitter paper to make the whole card pop!

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For the last card, I simply added strip of glitter paper to the element panel and adhered it to the card base.I stamped the sentiment twice, directly onto the element panel,off setting it to create some interest.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have a great day!
Paru Mahtani
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Paru Mahtani

Based out of Mumbai, India, she is a stay at home mom, a passionate card maker and a photography enthusiast who regularly showcases her work at Kala Ghoda Art Festival in Mumbai

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