Button Christmas Card

Handmade Christmas cards are a great way to spread some holiday cheer. Share holiday wishes with this stamped Button Christmas Card. Stamping is a simple way to create unique cards. And you can avoid the mess of glitter by using buttons to decorate the cards instead!

button Christmas card final

To make this Button Christmas Card you will need the following materials:

The Button Artist, Buttons & Beads, Teal 100005818A

Inkadinkado, Rudolph Clear Stamp Set

Inkadinkado, Warm Wishes Clear Stamp Set

Inkadinkado, Stamping Mask Paper, 1 Sheet

Inkadinkado, Clear Stamping Block, Small

White Cardstock, 12”x12” Sheet (for each card)

Olive Dye Ink

Red Dye Ink

Jute Twine, 1 Yard

Bells, 10mm, 2

Scissors

Craft Glue

button Christmas card materials

Cut a 10 inch by 7 inch piece out of the white cardstock and fold it in half to make a 5 inch by 7 inch card.

button Christmas card step 1

Cut a 2-3/4 inch circle from the center of the stamping mask paper. Remove colored backing from paper and position it on the card front.

button Christmas card step 2

Place the snowflake stamps in a random pattern on the clear stamping block. Use the olive dye ink to stamp in the circle opening of the card front.

button Christmas card step 3

Remove the stamping mask paper to reveal the completed ornament design. Glue small buttons, gems and beads onto the stamped design.

button Christmas card step 4

Use red ink to stamp the Happy Holidays expression.

button Christmas card Step 5

Thread the bells onto a 10 inch length of the jute twine. Secure with a small knot. Glue a small bow made from the jute twine to the bell knot. Trim ends. Attach to the ornament as shown with a craft glue. Secure the loose ends to the back side of the card front with craft glue or a small piece of tape.

button Christmas card step 6

button Christmas card final

Use different stamps to create a variety of designs for each of your cards. Because of the dimensional attachments, these Button Christmas Cards should be hand delivered instead of mailed.

Happy Crafting!!

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