Learn how to make a "Thinking of You" Christmas pop-up card. You will end up with a personalized Christmas card that you created using your scrapbooking supplies. This is an easy and fun Christmas craft.
How to Make a Christmas Pop Out Card
Show someone you care about them by spending a little extra time on their Christmas card... and in the process, save some money. In this tutorial, learn how to make a pop-up three-dimensional Christmas card for your loved one. You Will Need: • Two sheets of card stock • Sci ...more
This is such an elegant, exquisite Christmas card. Even if you live in California and snow is pretty much nonexistant during the holidays, this wintry, frosty scene will transport you - and whoever you give it to - to your very own miniature White Christmas. This card is made ...more
Greeting cards. Everyone hates buying them, they're way overpriced, and the majority of them go right in the trash after they're opened. So why do we still buy them? If it's the thought that counts, you're much better off going with something handmade. You can personalize it ...more
Take this year's Christmas cards to new heights by making your own unique cards! In this vido, learn how to make a pop out Christmas card with these easy to follow instructions from Leona of Artists Resource. Surprise your Christmas card list with this wonderfully inspired car ...more
Make a pop-up Christmas card this holiday season and impress your friends and family with your creative skills! For this project, you will need double-sided tape, craft scissors, decorative hole punch, decorative stickers and construction paper. Keltie Colleen from Mahalo gets ...more
To make this pop-up card, you just need two sheets of card stock. This pocket pop-up card is made specifically to hold money, which works great for birthdays and holidays, especially Christmas. This super simple pop up pocket card is easy to make, and it doesn't just have to h ...more
There used to be a time when I thought that gift cards were whack. And then I realized that I would basically be picking my own presents. And as much as I love my grandma, you really only need so many sweaters. If you are lucky enough to get a Play Store gift card from your " ...more
If you own the paper cutting craft device, the Cricut, you can make Happy Howlidays Christmas cards by using the Cricut Paper Pups cartridge. The Cricut machine is for crafters who want to cut out paper and graphics for scrapbooking and card making. The card shown will have a ...more
Quite honestly we're sick of getting storebought Christmas cards. Not that we don't appreciate them - many are pretty and well-written, it's just that we have received copycats in the past and they're too mass-produced to maintain any sort of special quality. If you're a gal ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to create a simple Christmas card using Cricut. First, you will need to take your card stock and fold it in half to create your basic card, pushing hard on the crease. After this, place a green holiday print on top of the front of the card and ad ...more
In this video, we learn how to create a Disney inspired Christmas card using Cricut. First, you will need to grab a green card stock and the background, then us ea cream colored card stock to place over the top of this so the green just looks like a background. After this, lin ...more
This by far one of the most elegant and beautiful cards we've ever seen in a card making tutorial, and we've seen a lot of cards. Rather than tacking on cheesy mass-produced floral prints and little butterflies and other odds and ends that just distract, this Christmas card fo ...more
Holidays are a time when you commune with friends and family and show how much you appreciate them, right? Though we take the time to put up with our (sometimes pesky) relatives and purchase personalized presents, we also mail out mass-produced boxes of cards all with the same ...more
If you're an avid paper crafter, then you have probably been frustrated more than once when you're in love with a particular stamp but you only want to use one part of the stamp image and omit the other part. Rather than getting frustrated and simply stamping down everything a ...more
Everyone loves getting Christmas cards, and it's even better when they're handmade. This tutorial shows you how to make an elegant card that evokes feelings of winter in a snow covered forest, and expresses the seasonal Peace on Earth message.
Just a quick and easy Christmas Card using Stampin' Up! Products. This simple scrapbooking, card making techniques amount to a really cute Christmas card. Video is in fast motion, but there is supporting text guiding you though the different processes. Make a quick and easy ha ...more
This tutorial shows you how to make a beautiful green embossed Christmas card, featuring the words 'Christ is Born,' for those who celebrate the religious aspect of Christmas. Make sure you have enough stamping supplies and embossing powder for this project! Part 1 of 2 - How ...more
We'd never turn down a beautiful Christmas card from Papyrus or Hallmark, but Christmas cards that are handmade are truly something special. Give your friends and family a personalized greeting this year by making this traditional Christmas card with a scalloped embellishment. ...more
When it comes to presents, take it from us: Homemade and coming from the heart is nice, but there's very little that can beat a brand new iPad sitting beneath the Christmas tree. While we do prefer our presents nice and shiny, homemade cards are another matter. Make your Chri ...more
A simple and easy Christmas Card using Stampin' Up! products. Use simple stamping, scrapbooking, and paper design techniques to make this beautiful Christmas card. Video is in fast motion, but text instructions guide you through the processes. Enjoy! Merry Christmas.
This is a video tutorial on how to make a Christmas card ornament with paper. Learn how to make this seasonal Christmas greeting card that also doubles as holiday tree ornament.
A group of nano-scientists from the University of Glasgow have created the world's smallest Christmas card, measuring in at 200 micro-meters wide by 290 micro-meters tall. (BTW, a micro-metre is a millionth of a meter, and the width of a human hair is about 100 micro-meters.) ...more
Melanie, of Christmas with the Cricket, has an awesome new video from the Simple Card Monday edition. Her video details a valuable tutorial on how to make a Christmas card. All you will need is some paper, pens, stamps and some common house hold tools in order to do this. This ...more
Now that it's a week before Christmas, things are really down the wire. You've got your presents wrapped and your Christmas tree decorated, but what about your greeting cards? Make your Christmas cards special this year by crafting this "Joy" card using your Cricut. Make thi ...more
This how-to video shows you how to make a Christmas card using the Cricut Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge. Use the cartridge to cut out a tree. Use card stock for the base of the card. Use the Cuttlebug tree texture to create a background for the front of the card. Tie some ribb ...more
Christmas cards are wonderful and beautiful to display around the house during the holiday season, but what happens after Christmas and the New Year has passed? Most of us either stuff them in a drawer somewhere or simply throw them away. Find a better solution by crafting th ...more
Learn how to make this fun Christmas craft! A Christmas card wreath is a great way to display holiday greeting cards, and it is made by gluing overlapping cards into a circle and adorning it with a ribbon bow and trinkets. Make decorative use of holiday greeting cards with ins ...more
The truth is we really don't like handmade presents. Yes, grandma, we thank you for your reindeer sweater whose nose lights up, but to be honest, nothing beats an iPad. But when it comes to Christmas cards, it's a whole other story. Make your Christmas cards personalized by m ...more
Holiday cards are great, but their prices ($5.95 average for a nice one) are not as easy on the eyes. Save up your hard-earned cash this holiday season by making your own festive Christmas cards. Check out this paper design tutorial to learn how to craft an easy metallic poin ...more
Turn old Holiday cards into a great little gift box. This video will show you step by step how to turn old holiday cards into usable gift boxes. Origami a Christmas card gift box. Click through to watch this video on tricklife.com
Out of time and out of choices for Christmas cards at your store? Fear not. Simply take a gander at this crafting video to learn how to craft a beautiful glittered snowflake decoration you can apply to cardstock to make a Christmas greeting card. This project is made using he ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to use Cricut Serenade & Joys for a simple Christmas card. First you will need to take a piece of white card stock and tie a red and white polka dot ribbon to the top. After this, you will need to take a tree branch stamp and stamp it on the side ...more
In this tutorial, learn how to make a basic Christmas card in under 5 minutes using paper and glitter glue. Everyone loves receiving Christmas cards in the mail, so why not make yours stand out with a personal touch? In this video, you will learn how to make a homemade card th ...more
Still haven't made out your Christmas cards yet? Then tough luck finding a nice one at the store - chances are 75% of all the Christmas cards are sold out by now. So save yourself some money - and a crappy Christmas greeting - by making a card yourself. This card is a very qu ...more
In order to make the side step Christmas card, using Cricut, you will need the following: card stock, cutter/trimmer, adhesive, rhinestone, ribbon, and a bone folder. Use the Winter Woodland cartridge to cut out the parts. The snowflake can be found in the layers section. Whe ...more
This video is about how to use Child's Year Cricut cartridge for a Christmas card. For this you have to remember only few easy steps - (1)Take a chocolate chip card (2)Paste a printed paper. (3)Cut a stylish lemonade color paper, paste it (4)Cut a small strip of sky blue colo ...more
In this video, we learn how to make a Joy S-fold Christmas card using Cricut George. First, fold the card and mark it so it's in the S shape, then stamp the background of the card with colored snowflakes in different sizes and shapes. After this, use a black outline along the ...more
In this Arts & Crafts video tutorial you will learn how to make a Christmas card using Cricut Winter Woodland. The card is 4 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches and it has a picture of a deer and the word "Joy". On page 56 you will find the picture of a deer. Cut it out at 4 1/2 inches and the ...more
The truth is we really don't like handmade presents. Yes, grandma, we thank you for your reindeer sweater whose nose lights up, but to be honest, there's very little to beats that new headphone set we've been eyeing. But when it comes to Christmas cards, it's a whole other st ...more
Times are tight right now, but that doesn't mean you can't have a holly jolly Christmas! Rather than purchasing a bunch of pricey Christmas greeting cards, why not make some personalized ones yourself? Check out this paper design video to learn how to craft an easy woodland c ...more
Want to make your Christmas just a little bit more personal? Try making Christmas cards this year instead of buying them. You'll save on money, and your friends and family will get the benefits of your creativity. All you need is paper and scissors to start.
Card making is a great pastime and a creative hobby. A video by Cricut Christmas that shows how to create Christmas cards using simple circuit monograms. Using simple things like scissors, papers and scales you can create a simple looking yet complex and beautifully decorated ...more
A tutorial for performing the Top Pop card magic trick.
This cardmaking tutorial shows you how to make a floral Christmas card that is complete with embossing using a die cutting machine. This is a very pretty card and once you have seen the tutorial you will see how easy it is to make. I also show you how I get the embossed lines ...more
These cards have cute little gifts that pop up when you open them. It seems hard to do because you will have to measure, but once you start, you will see how easy it is! Don't be afraid of the ruler!... Try to make Pop Up Cards! It is so much fun! Part 1 of 2 - How to Make a c ...more
Don't just send the same old thank you card. Learn how to make a cool, crafty pop-up card with a personal touch. Use colored pencils and paper of medium thickness.
Paper is good for more than just scribbling your crush's name in hearts during a boring history class lecture. Watch this video to revitalize your understanding of paper power and to make a spring craft that will scream hugs and kisses to anyone whom you give it to. Using ten ...more
There's no better symbol for Christmas than the evergreen Christmas tree. A symbol of the preserverance of life and light during the dark and short winter days when everything else is dead, the tree is a beacon of hope. Check out this crafting video to learn how to craft an o ...more
This pop up card has three little flowers in vases. Very cute. Part 1 of 3 - How to Make a three flower pop-up card. Part 2 of 3 - How to Make a three flower pop-up card. Part 3 of 3 - How to Make a three flower pop-up card.
Enchant that special birthday boy or girl with a unique origami birthday pop-up card by following this well produced instructional video. 1. All you need is a two sided square piece of colorful wrapping paper to create your origami birthday pop-up card. As long as your paper i ...more
Tired of coin tricks? Learn some card tricks! Up your magic expertise with this video tutorial on how to perform a pop-up card trick. If you don't know what the pop-up trick is, then see for yourself. Learn this magic pop-up card trick now.
Mary, from Cardstv, shows you how to make a Christmas Card, using the fantastic Cricut machine by Provo Craft. She shows you how to use the "Very Merry Tags" Cricut cartridge to create a cute Christmas card with a Gingerbread man on the front of the card. Mary also shows you s ...more
To make a pop-up card follow the instructions below. First fold two pieces of the same size heavy card stock or construction paper in half. Use the first one for your outer card, and the other for your inner cutout card. Cut a 1-1/2 inch strip in the inner card's center and ma ...more
Watch this video to see how to make a paper flower pop-up card. To make things even better, you only need one piece of paper to accomplish this pop up paper card flower. Just grab your one piece of paper, some scissors and some glue and you're ready to make awesome flower cards.
Personalized Christmas greeting cards are, in our opinion, the best Christmas cards. Sure, we love storebought presents (let's be honest here: Would you prefer an iPad or a hand-knitted scarf?), but when it comes to cards, homemade is best. This Christmas card is quick but st ...more
Here you can learn a great card design for Christmas. It has a Xmas tree on the front. Make a Christmas tree card. Click through to watch this video on youtube.com
In this video, we learn how to make an Easter pop-up card. First, draw a duck with a little baby duck on a 4x6 piece of paper. From here, fold it in half so you can see the image on the outside. After this, use scissors to cut the middle, where the little baby chick is at. Cut ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a butterfly pop-up card. First, draw a butterfly on the middle of a paper and then draw flowers and smaller butterflies around it on the sides. After this, fold the card in half so the drawing is stick out and cut along the top and the bo ...more
If you enjoy arts and crafts, pop-up, scrapbooking and origami, you will enjoy these craft projects too. Like origami, kirigami is the craft of paper, with the added technique of paper cutting. Kirigami will enhance any origami, pop-up and scrapbook projects and scrapbook and ...more