Clean and Simple Party Lights card project

Cathy ZielskeCards, Tutorials65 Comments

If you are looking for a fun idea for a clean and simple Christmas card, I think I have it. I have one idea that I LOVE and it features a brand new release from My Favorite Things.

Say it with me: Oh, for cuuuuuuute!

Their new Party Lights stamp set and Lights Die are simply wonderful and I want to send this card to everyone on my list!

Die cutting tiny little lights from no-mess glitter cardstock makes this shiny and glittery, and I popped them up with tiny pieces of foam for some dimension.

Here is a video showing you how I created this card project, plus stamping the matching envelope:

It really is a charming set and this would be very easy to mass produce. Just stamp the panels, cut the lights, ad the foam and just like that: clean and simple Christmas cards!

Check out more fun inspiration by visiting the MFT blog.

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Cathy ZielskeClean and Simple Party Lights card project

65 Comments on “Clean and Simple Party Lights card project”

  1. #9
    Roblyn Henry

    This is simple but exquisite in completion – love it! I also liked how you sampled the envelope too.

  2. #10
    Brenda McKinley

    Love this card and using the “standard” Christmas colors! <3 And the stamped and embossed envelope too.

  3. #22
    Kay Demonbren

    Wonderful CAS- the glittery lights combined with the gorgeous gold embossing is the perfect WOW factor!

  4. #25

    Adorable card, Cathy! (Oh, and you reveal your true Minnesota nature with your “oh, for cuuuuute!” Love it!)

  5. #29
    Miesje Flach

    I love those lights – summer garden parties, weddings, Christmas – oh the possibilities are endless.

  6. #38
    Ginny K.

    Love the sparkly Christmas card. Love your idea of embossing the envelope as well, I’m gonna do that this year! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Ginny K.~

  7. #46
    Tami B

    I absolutely LOVE this one. This is the kind of card I would like to make, or receive, either way.

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