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Six Easy to Make Christmas Projects

So, I have to admit. I am a “little” behind this year. Okay, who am I kidding? I am way behind! The only reason I have some Christmas cards sitting on my desk is that I had to make some for our 31 Days of Christmas card event.

As I was updating my website today, I noticed that I had some past projects I could easily recreate AND most of them have videos, so I don’t have to try to remember how I made them.

If you are like me, and need a little help before the holidays, here are six of my favorite projects you can try.


Distress Oxide Christmas Tree Cards

These three cards were some of my favorites and they were so easy to make. Can you believe that I used a single Autumn tree stamp for those images?

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Christmas Nativity Shadowbox

Home Décor is one of my favorites to create. This little box was a Cricut made project that I designed while sharing one of my first Cricut video tutorials.

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Christmas Gift Card Pockets

Speaking of “first videos”, this project was the one that got me to start posting onto YouTube. It was such a fun little design that so many recreated. I love seeing what they made.

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Etched Shaker Cards

For those who are learning to use their Cricut machine, this is a fun project for you to try. I used the etching tool to create some designs in acetate shaker panels. They are just gorgeous!

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Eclipse Ink Blended Card

This beautiful design was created before I made video tutorials. I posted a simple video in my facebook group at the tie I created it. If you would like a YouTube tutorial, let me know.

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Clothespin Christmas Wreath

I saved my favorite to last. This wreath was so much fun to make with paper scraps and wooden clothes pins. I can’t wait to hang it in my home.

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I hope that these projects inspired you and gave you a few ideas for your Christmas crafting. If you have any questions about the projects or the tutorials, please leave a comment below.

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