Holiday Card Series 2010 – Day 25

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Morning, all! Can you believe we’re at the last day of the Holiday Card Series already? Whew! It’s gone by so SO quickly. I’ve loved doing it, but I’m looking forward to only worrying about two card videos per week. :)

Anyhow, for this last card I wanted to show you how to create a circle card without a die-cutting machine. Basically it’s just two cut circles that are attached in one spot. You’ll be able to see it more clearly in the video.

I also used the Special Wishes stamp set from Hero Arts, more American Crafts Thickers, and some Micro Mono stickers from BasicGrey.

Enjoy!

Supplies

Solid Card Stock: Kraft (Stampin’ Up!)
Stamp: Special Wishes stamp set (Hero Arts)
Ink: Fluid Chalk Ink in Chestnut Roan (Colorbox)
Small Letter Stickers: Basic White Micro Monos (BasicGrey)
White Foam Numbers: Subway Thickers (American Crafts)
Red Glitter Letters: Cherry Sparkling Thickers (American Crafts)
Rhinestones: Red Lush Rhinestones (My Mind’s Eye)
White Gel Pen: Signo Broad (Uni-Ball)
Circle Cutter: Simple Circle Cutter (Martha Stewart Crafts)

Watch video below | Watch at YouTube

Disclaimer: Some supplies used in this post/video were provided by Two Peas in a Bucket.

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61 Comments
  1. Kristina, I’m glad to hear that Mannie is going to be ok… it is always tough when our babies hurt (fur, or human).
    I love your circle cards, I think because they look like Christmas ornaments. I’ve got some new ideas and learned some new techniques.
    I’ve enjoyed your whole series, so Thank You very much.

  2. Thank you so very much, Kristina for doing this fabulous series. I’m sad to see it end as I have enjoyed it so very much. You are so talented and I always learn new things from you. I appreciate you giving of your time to do this and look forward to what you have in store for us next. Merry Christmas!

  3. I love this card! That wreath is beautiful!

  4. So happy for Mannie and you — he’ll be right as rain soon. Love the card series; it gave me so much inspiration and wonderful instructions. Have great holidays and keep warm!

  5. Love the card. Thank you so much for sharing another series of cards with us. I truly appreciate all the time and effort that went into this.

  6. Thanks for the 25 days of inspiration. And so glad to hear Manny is on the mend. Merry Christmas to you.

  7. Just to note to say thank you for 25 wonderful cards. I started late with making them, but I finished them on friday! It was so much fun…even though I didn’t have all the same supplies…it was fun to use my stash and create some similar. I know it is a ton of work to do this for us, so thanks again! Can’t wait until next year.

  8. I just wanted to thank you so very much for sharing your cards with us. I really appreciate all your hard work and really enjoyed watching your videos every day. i hate that it’s over and pray that you will do it again next year. Thanks again and Merry Christmas!

  9. I LOVE how you made that circle card. I love to make shape cards with my Cricut and Gyspy but hate how it cuts off where you fold….always have to make another layer to go on top! I am going to try your technique….thanks!!!

    This is one of my favorite cards!!! LOVE it!!!

    hugs,
    Sarah

  10. Love the card – I can’t wait to make the circle card!!! I have loved your series…. have some catching up to do…. I can’t wait to make some of them…. You are so good to all of us!!! thank you!!!

  11. What a marathon effort… I loved all of your cards!
    Thank you for taking the time to share your creations with us, you are amazing!

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