Hi everyone! Sara here, today I will being showing you how to make your own Christmas cards, using blank papers.
To make your Christmas cards you’ll need watercolor paper or white card stock, your GelliArts® gel printing plate, some red and green acrylic paints or pigments, and some stencils or art printing plates. In this case the ones I used are the new Birgit Koopsen release from Carabelle Studio.
Then, you’ll need a cutting machine, I have the Jane Davenport from Spellbinders, but any cutting machine is fine! Plus some Christmas dies, to cut them all with different shapes.
I also used glue to stick the die cuts in a blank or red paper, some stamps and my Posca pens to make some splatters, some sari ribbons #sarisdesara, to embellish the tree ball, and some others to stick under the sentiment.
- Gelli Arts® Gel Printing Plate
- Watercolor Paper
- White Card Stock
- Acrylic Paints or Pigments
- Cutting Machine
- Posca Pens
- Sari Ribbons
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7 thoughts on “Make Your Own Christmas Cards with Sara Ferrett”
Nice! Good to see prints in use. Jolly Christmas cards! Thank you for sharing these.
I just picked up a Christmas tree die cut at Goodwill, and am excited to use it in this project! Thanks for the inspiration!
That was a WONDROUS video! Awesome, Sara!
How come none of the dies used were cited? That would've been helpful.
Very pretty end results. I'm just confused about the printing on BOTH sides. It seems like a waste of paint and time.
Plz respond by releasing the source of the Christmas tree die cut. I like it the best. Haven’t been able to
Here is the link to the Christmas tree die cut: https://www.sizzix.com/655547/sizzix-bigz-die-tree-christmas-w-star
Hope this helps!