17 December 2020

Sending Christmas Joy

Hello there, so if you have been following me for a while, you will know that I do not mass produce cards very often. And when I say mass producing, my limit is about 10 cards of the same design anyway, so hardly en masse! I did make about 5 of these cards though, because I really liked the design and I could change up the design of the patterned paper used. 

I started off by die cutting the MFT Sending Christmas Joy Die-namics on the front of a panel of white cardstock. I popped out all of the letters but kept the inside pieces of the D and the R (I didn't bother with the A!). I then cut down paper from the MFT Very Merry Paper Pad and added it on the front of an A2 card base with tape runner. 

I added foam tape on to the back of the cut out panel and adhered it on top. Then added the insides of the letters with little pieces of foam tape also. I took the largest of the MFT Sweet Snowflakes Die-namics and cut it from red glitter cardstock. It was popped inside the O with liquid glue and a jewel added on top. 


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They were pretty quick to make. The most time consuming part was adding the foam tape to the back of the panels! Thank you so much for stopping by today. I really do appreciate it. I hope you are staying safe and keeping well and have a lovely day!  


  1. really lovely - nice modern card ,love it .Happy Christmas ,keep safe in your bubble Christmas

  2. So beautiful! I love the diagonal stripes behind and as you say it's great to be able to change up the design by switching the papers. The crimson snowflake is gorgeous in the centre of the Joy. I have the Merry & Bright version of this die, but equally love the Sending Christmas Joy. You are very patient to add foam tape behind the tiny pieces! Xx

  3. What a great card Michelle. If you have the Sending joy die its easy to just change the paper behind it to get the look you want! This die is on my shopping list hahaha (might just be able to get it for nexy year🤞🤞).
    I'd like to take this opportunity to say Thank you for sharing all your tips, tricks and inspiration with me (and others) over the last year or 2. Have the best Christmas you can have and hopefully 2021 will be better for us all.
    Take care keep well and safe.
    Merry Christmas xxx


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