Clean and Simple Christmas Card featuring Deck the Halls

October 29, 2015


Hello crafty friends! It's Jess from JessCrafts.com. Today I am sharing a card made with the Deck the Halls stamp set. I wanted to really focus on this cute little kitty so I created a clean and simple card.Check out the video for more:


When working on a clean and simple card simple it can be beneficial to keep the color story minimal. This is why I opted for a neutral color cat. I'm a big fan of adding sparkle on Christmas cards so here I added gems, glitter, and glossy accents. I love that I was able to sneak in some gem destashing into such a stamp heavy design. 


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