Welcome back! Are you getting excited for Christmas?

I have finally made a dent in my Christmas shopping list, so I’m feeling a little more relaxed about it all now.

Deciding to commit to two videos a week this month has been tricky, but so far I have managed to stick to it! Only problem is, sometimes a week goes by with ZERO crafting time and I have to whip something up real quick to stick to my goal.

Sometimes crafting under pressure makes a gem! And I think this card fits the bill!

I’m fairly certain that I have seen this design or one very similar online somewhere, but I haven’t been able to find it to give credit to the original crafter. If you happen to know which card I’m referring to, please let me know so I can edit my posts.

I enjoyed using a very minimal colour scheme for this card. I often find it challenging to stick to just a few colours, but the end result is always worth it!

If you’d like to see how I made this card, I’ll link the video here:

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  1. So cute, Steph! I am impressed that you are keeping up with creating AND posting cards twice a week this season, especially with your baby and preschooler mom duties! I look forward to watching this come to life in the video. Thanks for all you do and share. Crafty hugs.

    1. Thanks so much, Jeanne! It’s tricky but definitely worth it. Plus surely it’ got to get easier as they get older (or so I tell myself lol). I’m glad you like this card! I have another fun slimline card coming up this week – can’t wait to share it with you!

  2. Would your please explain what you used to make the glittery splatters on the package flaps? I soo love this card! Thank you!

    1. Absolutely, Deb! For almost all of my splatters in every project, I use the Gansai Tambi Starry watercolours. They are so beautiful and have a few different sets. Here’s a link so you know what the packaging looks like if you’re after some:


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