Retro Christmas Cards–DIY

I’m not a big Christmas card sender.  Yes, I like receiving them, and chances are, if you send me one you will get one back – but don’t bank on it.  This last weekend I was in one of my retro moods and decided to make a few cards to send out.

When I started this project I knew how I wanted my cards to look but I wasn’t sure if I could find the type of images I had in mind.  After searching on-line for a few minutes I found just what I was looking for.

For this project you will need:  printed images you wish to use, some blank cards, scissors, a glue stick, and a little rick rack.  Easy peasy!

 

So, my cards are made and sent out and I still have a lot to do before I’m ready for Christmas – eek!

Are you ready for the Christmas?  What’s left on your list of things to do?

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9 thoughts on “Retro Christmas Cards–DIY

  1. I remember when I was little and stayed at my Grandma’s house A LOT during the holidays:-) We would take old cards, cut out a circle and make ornaments with the old style cards! Your cards turned out beautiful, Hugs, Terra
    p.s. I sent you an email regarding the cheese board….

  2. Love these so much! It’s fun to take something old and make something new. Merry Christmas dear friend from both of us! ~ Sharon and Denise
    P.S. if you have time come by and see our Christmas Past and Present on the Home Page, I think you will like this. XO and Hugs

  3. Hallmark better look out!!! I am unbelievably far behind, according to my standards. Which I am willing to lower just a bit. Whatever is meant to be done will be and I will enjoy being with my family. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year dear friend!

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