Hello! Today’s video shares how to create a couple of easy Christmas cards using felt and minimal supplies. Felt is such a fun and easy way to add a soft texture to cardmaking projects!
(Looking for anything that I used in the video? All of the supplies are linked with images to multiple stores at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used when possible. Watch the full video HERE in HD!)
On all of the cards, I used high-quality Taylored Expressions felt. This stuff comes in a wide variety of different shades and is so versatile on crafty and card making projects (and it’s super soft)! I am planning on building up my collection, so be on the lookout for more videos using this stuff! 🙂
For the first card, I drew three tiers of a Christmas tree onto green felt and cut them out (you could also use a die to create the tree). I adhered the tiers of the tree down onto the card base using score tape which holds the felt down nicely.
On the second example, I used some felt scraps from the first tree and cut three triangles (these trees are more abstract). I also cut thin strips of gray felt to create stumps for the trees.
I also created a little sweater out of felt using the Ad-roar-able Lions stamp set. I stamped a lion onto blue felt and cut around his torso and arms to form the sweater. Then, I adhered everything together and added the lion to a cardbase!
I think these Christmas cards would be a fun idea to try with kids as well! You can always substitute the stamps with handwritten sentiments. 🙂
Below are all of the supplies used in today’s video linked to multiple stores for convenience. Compensated affiliate links used when possible… Thank you!