Rather than store-bought Christmas cards to friends, colleagues and family, create your own with craft materials such as cardboard, fabric and embroidery thread. If you love the country look, touch and with simple techniques to greeting cards handmade cozy touch. The cards are to give colorful and striking not only your love and best wishes for the holiday season, but also when displayed in a rustic wooden frame festive decorations.
Use a template and tailor’s chalk, a form 3-inch-high Christmas tree on its back a piece of cloth, pull, like a checkered Hunter Green, deep red plaid flannel or cream-colored linen. Use pinking shears to cut out the shape, so the tree looking texture and edges to keep the fabric edges from fraying.
Secure the tree tissue in the middle of a 4-inch square piece of brown cardboard with clear double-sided tape. Insert the two ends of a 2-inch long piece of embroidery floss tan through the two holes in a star-shaped button dark yellow and tie the ends into a knot, which rests on the front of the button. Fix button at the top of the structure with adhesive dots.
Create a frame around the light of brown cardboard with a needle and embroidery floss red. Using a ruler as a guide, use the needle to apart around the brown box, a quarter to poke holes quarter inch by one inch from the side distance. Thread the needle with the thread and make a simple running stitch by the needle through a hole, pushed down by the next, and the continuation of the pattern until the board is complete. Knot the ends of the wire to the back of the card and cut the ends with scissors.
Fix beautify the block filled the center of a white hunter green card with 5 inches square with double sided tape.
Cut to attach a 4-inch square piece of cardboard light brown with pinking shears, inside the card with double-sided tape. Insert an image into the blessing in the lower right corner of the map tan with hunter green or deep red ink.
Christmas Homemade Cards Ideas 2019
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