Merriest Moments Christmas Card- Part 1

The Merriest Moments bundle topped my list the first time I looked through the Aug-Dec Mini Catalog. I thought it would make it easy to create unique Christmas cards. And it does! When I finally sat down to play with it, I quickly came up with a half dozen different ideas. This card is the first one that I made, and one of my favorites.

A Unique Bundle

I enjoyed playing with the Art in Bloom bundle from the 2021 Annual Catalog and was excited to see the Merriest Moments bundle for the holidays. Why are these bundles unique? They include a matching embossing folder that is designed to hold the die in place. This allows you to cut and emboss in just one pass. It also means your die cut piece will be perfectly positioned when embossing. Look at the perfectly equal edges all around on this diecut piece.

Closeup of the diecut embossed with the Merriest Moments embossing folder that is included in the bundle.

Easy & Elegant Christmas Card

I love the combination of Blackberry Bliss and gold. I thought gold would be perfect to show off the beautiful embossing from the detailed embossing folder included in this bundle. In the video, you’ll see both options that I sampled for stamping the sentiment. Let me know in the comments below which one you prefer: the Blackberry Bliss ink or the embossed gold?

Mass Produce Your Christmas Cards Using the Merriest Moments Bundle

This simple card design makes it easy to create elegant Christmas cards in bulk. With each package of Gold Foil sheets, you can make a dozen Christmas cards. With a Stamparatus holding your sentiment in place, it would be quick to churn out a couple dozen cards. Look at the detail on the gold foil die cut element!

Closeup of the detail of the gold foil embossed element on the Merriest Moments Christmas card

See How Quick & Easy This Christmas Card was Assembled

Two More Christmas Cards using the Merriest Moments Bundle

As promised in the video, I also shared two other examples of cards made using the Merriest Moments bundle. Instead of the gold foil, the diecut element is regular cardstock that complements the Tidings of Christmas DSP background. On the second card, I decided to change it up a little and found a sentiment that looked good vertically. Some beautiful Evening Evergreen ribbon adds a soft touch while some Red Rhinestones add a little sparkle.

Have some Tidings of Christmas DSP and are looking for ideas to use it? Check out out Tidings of Christmas Card Class for 12 unique card designs.

Products Mentioned in This Post:

Similar Posts