A Very Crafty Holiday – Holiday Card Set

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Christmas cards are probably the first project that comes to mind when it comes to holiday crafting. Wherever you fall on the spectrum — from custom cards for each recipient to a mass-produced look appropriate for anyone on your card list — having the ability to create a card set in quick fashion is a handy skill to have in your toolbox.

Handmade #christmascard set from Mindy Eggen featuring products from My Favorite Things #mftstamps #christmascraft

Today's Craft - Holiday Card Set

A basic design, a stack of pre-colored and die-cut images, a pad of festive patterned paper, and a selection of sentiments heat embossed on complementary colored card stock makes mix-and-match assembly of a pile of holiday cards fast and fun! In today's Very Crafty Holiday feature, Mindy is sharing some fantastic tips for mass producing Christmas greetings for all your favorite people.

Watch A Very Crafty Holiday | Holiday Card Set on YouTube or by playing the embedded video below.

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We're wishing you A Very Crafty Holiday!

SUPPLIES

BB Holiday Penguins
BB Holiday Penguins Die-namics
Christmas Cheer Paper Pad
Wild Cherry
Card Stock
MISTI

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18 comments

Absolutely adorable Christmas cards! I sooooo love the color combinations for each of the cards too!

Cindy Holmes October 31, 2020

Love these, great use of pattern paper

Stefanie Daughters October 31, 2020

I appreciate ways to use one stamp set in many ways and especially to use bits and scraps of paper.

Toddy October 31, 2020

Love this design for mass producing some adorable cards and using up some hoarded patterned papers!

Kathy Mc October 30, 2020

These are adorable and so cute!

Sue Rosa October 30, 2020

These are super cute!! Who doesn’t love penguins?!! Great coloring and I love the sentiments embossed on the red cs. Lots of pretty background paper, too. tfs!

BECCA YAHRLING October 30, 2020

Very cute and easy card

Erica loscalzo October 30, 2020

Mass producing is especially important for Christmas cards!! So many to do, so little time! Great ideas.

Donna Gourley October 30, 2020

Great ideas on mass producing cards. Adorable cards as well.

SueB October 30, 2020

Thanks! I’m always looking for ideas and this is a great design for mass producing cards.

Denise Petro October 30, 2020

I love all four!! These penguins are so festive. Who wouldn’t love to receive one of these fun cards. Thanks for the tips Mindy, they are appreciated…

Anne Sturgeon October 30, 2020

thanks for your wonderful tips on mass producing holiday cards – really inspiring

Dee Earnshaw October 30, 2020

I love how cute and simple they are to make. I need a card design that is cute but that I’m able to mass produce for the holidays. This is great!

Elizabeth J Kuntz October 30, 2020

This is a great way to make holiday cards easily. The penguins add so much cuteness to each one.

Gaylynn October 30, 2020

So cute. Love the make a bunch mix and match idea. Thanks.

BeverlyBL October 30, 2020

Love all the cute penguins. Great tips for making lots of cards.

Linda BL October 30, 2020

Adorable! And I love the simplicity of these which will make it easy to mass produce. Thanks for all the great tips!

Karen Hallam October 30, 2020

The video was very informative on using the Penguins for the Holiday cards – lovely work – happy dance to the winner posted here as well – blessings

Gail Scott October 30, 2020

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