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Christmas Cards by Ashley Horton

Christmas Cards

We hope you've found some inspiration this week for making your own Christmas cards – we're not quite finished! Ashley Horton (Blog: Ashley Horton | Instagram: @ashleyhorton75# | Pinterest: @ahorton | Twitter: @ashleymh1675) made this pair of holiday cards:

Ashley Horton

Ashley

Christmas Cards

Merry Christmas
Supplies: Be Merry (368911) – Checking It Twice, Be Merry (368932) – Sticker Roll, Be Merry (368927) -Decorative Tags, Be Merry (368930) – Photo Overlays, Be Merry (368931) – Die Cut Cardstock Shapes, Be Merry (368929) – Wood Veneer

How to: Cut white cardstock at 4.5×11" and fold in half. Randomly adhere several snowflake pieces from the Be Merry Bits pack to the front of your card. Stitch one of the Be Merry photo overlays onto the front of your card using white thread. Add the small snowflake tag over the photo overlay and place a wood veneer snowflake in the center of the tag. Use the Merry Christmas banner piece from the Be Merry Bits pack as the sentiment for your card and stitch it on with white thread. Finish by adding a tag sticker peeking out at the top of your card.

Santa's List
Supplies: Be Merry (368917) – Let It Snow, Be Merry (368911) – Checking It Twice, Be Merry (368931) – Die Cut Cardstock Shapes, Be Merry (368929) – Wood Veneer, Be Merry (368926) – Accent & Phrase Stickers, American Crafts Zing Embossing Powder

How to: Cut white cardstock at 4.25×11" and fold in half. Cut a piece from the Let It Snow patterned paper and tear along the top edge. Adhere to front of card. Add some adhesive above the torn paper edge and then sprinkle with American Crafts Zing Silver Glitter. Add the Santa's List piece from the Be Merry Bits pack and add names using the small alpha stickers from the Accents & Phrase stickers pack. Finish by adding wood veneer Snowflakes.

Have a splendid weekend! See you back here again on Monday!