Christmas is just a few days away, which means everyone is out shopping for last minute gifts. But wait— you still need some Christmas cards! The stores are going to be packed and Hallmark's going to have huge lines— so now what? Luckily, WonderHowTo has some great videos to ...more
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Learn how to use an online photo website to make creative, homemade and personalized Christmas cards in this Christmas video series. Part 1 of 4 - How to Make online photo Christmas cards. Make online photo Christmas cards - Part 2 of 4. Click through to watch this video on ex ...more
Learn how to create an eye-catching Christmas card with a difference, as Corinne Bradd shows the easiest way to add dimension. The quirky three tiered tree design is sure to delight, and you can adapt the technique to make other seasonal favorites, such as an angel or snowman.
Don't rely on the iffy cards you can get from the store - make your own series of holiday cards! You will need a cricut machine with a few holiday themed stencils, as well as your favorite cardstock and designer paper.
This video shows us how to make a homemade jewellery box out of a Christmas card.For that you need a pair of scissors,a tape,a christmas card,a marker and another card to draw your X with.First take the card and cut it straight down the middle into two pieces.Now take the back ...more
This artsy crafty video tutorial will show you how to make glittered window-style cards. The "glittered window" technique to card-making is basically just adding glitter to shipping tape. Instructions for a Merry Christmas holiday card: Cut a "Real Red" cardstock to create 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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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
It is never to early to start making Christmas cards, after all its the most magical time of the year and there is nothing worse then leaving everything until the last minute!.. like me!! In this project I show you how I make this stunning Christmas card, and explain about usi ...more
This how to video shows you how to make a pocket card. You will need a trimmer with scoring blade, fiskars corner boarder punch, circle squeeze punch, 3 pieces of 12" x 12" card stock, small pieces of patterned card stock, tape, and embellishments. First, score the stock at 4" ...more
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
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
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
Learn how to make this fun Christmas craft! Making Christmas place card holders for the table is as simple as tying two sprigs of holly together and placing a card between the berries. Create simple and homemade place card holders with instructions from an experienced craftswo ...more
Are you really into making your own greeting cards? Then you should definitely introduce quilling into your craft oeuvre. Quilling creates a rococo 3D effect that makes every design you adhere to a card more interesting. Check out this video to learn how to make quilled Chris ...more
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
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
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.
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.
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
This tutorial shows you how to make a lovely Christmas wreath out of cardstock, a few gems and some ribbon. You can include this as an embellishment to your handmade holiday cards, or include it in one of your scrapbooks.
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 order to make a Christmas pedestal/easel card, you will need the following: Cricut Storybook cartridge, ribbon, Beyond Birthdays, glue pen, glitter, and adhesive. Use the Beyond Birthdays cartridge, page 122, to cut out your words. Cut them out at 1 inch. Use Storybook to ...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
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
Mary, from Cardztv, with her love for owls, shows you how to make a Christmas card with an owl on it, in this video. She shows you how to use plastic stamps to create this cute card, along with the Cricut machine from Provo Craft. In this particular video, she uses the Winter ...more
In this tutorial we learn how to make a Christmas wreath card holder. To do this, you can use a Styrofoam wreath, feather boa, glue gun, and pictures. First, glue the feather boa around the Styrofoam wreath in any color that you would like. After this, attach your favorite col ...more
This card is so easy to make and very eyecatching with its sparkle, not to much but just enough to give it a good twinkle. This cardmaking tutorial shows you how to make a gorgeous Sparkly Poinsettia Christmas Lattice Card, ideal for someone special. This card looks like it is ...more
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
Dawn5377 teaches you how to make a wintery Christmas card with Stampin' Up. Start with the bashful blue card stock and cut it according to specifications. You will need the snowfall printed window and the whisper white card stock with a scallop edge punch on one side. You will ...more
Dawn from "Stampin' Up" shows how to make an adorable Christmas card. She uses cardstock and several shapes to create this cute Christmas tree. A scallop circle hole-punch makes this craft a breeze - you could easily make enough of these cards for everyone on your list. A tria ...more
Learn how to make a "Berry Christmas" wreath card with Stampin' Up! Making a wreath card is very easy and simple to make. Use whisper white paper cut at 4 1/4" x 11" and cut a whisper white 1 3/4" circle punch which will be used as the base for the wreath. Place the circle in ...more
Make a Christmas Gift Card Holder Materials • (Elegant Eggplant) craft paper, cut 4 ¼” by 11” • “Whisper White” paper cut 1” by 7 ½” for belly band; remainder for making decorations • Sticky strips • “Sparkle and Shine” jumbo wheel, stamp pad and “Elegant Eggplant” ink • Ch ...more
This video tutorial is in the Arts & Crafts category where you will learn how to make a quick and simple Christmas card with Stampin' Up! You will need the bashful blue classic ink, a bashful blue cardstock cut at 3" x 4 1/4", a piece of whisper white cut at 4 1/4" x 11" and s ...more
Don’t throw out those beautiful holiday cards you received! Recycle them into something useful. You will need: Christmas cards scissors or a paper cutter glue cardboard ribbon or string potpurri You can recycle your Christmas cards into Christmas postcards, gift cards, napk ...more
When it comes to Christmas gifts, stuff that comes from the heart and is handmade is nice, but often times we really DO want that new iPad. But it's a little bit different when it comes to Christmas cards. There's nothing better to light up your day than a personalized, handm ...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
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
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
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
We're not going to lie: Papercut designs take a bit of time and lots of precision to accomplish, but the results, as you can see here, are totally worth it. These gorgeous papercut cards come in any shape you desire, from intricate polar bears to Christmas trees. Check out th ...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
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
Now that it's down to the wire close to Christmas, if you haven't made out your Christmas cards yet then you sure as hell better start now. Since we know you probably have few materials and very little time to work on them, check out this paper design tutorial to learn how to ...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
Greeting cards are getting more and more expensive these days, costing as much as $15 for four if you're getting the top quality ones from online boutiques. Stop spending precious moolah you could be using to purchase presents for your friends and family by making your own Chr ...more
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
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
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
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
One of the most impressive and unique ways of crafting a Christmas card is via origami folding techniques. Using a few simple triangular folds, you can easily make the boughs of a beautiful Christmas tree out of paper, ready to be assembled onto a card. Take a gander at this ...more
We thank and bow down to whoever invented gift cards. A great way to give your recipient what he/she wants without having to slave over whether the turquoise cashmere sweater or the navy blue cashmere sweater looks best, gift cards are the way to go for procrastinators. Wrap ...more