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Do you make Handmade Christmas Cards? Are you getting ready already? If so, then I know you will super excited about this blog hop I am participating in! As it is about Christmas in July!!! 

I am sure that you will get lots of great ideas to help you get ready for your handmade Christmas cards, so make sure you visit all the participating blogs! So let’s get started! 

Handmade Christmas Cards!

Not sure if I have shared this with you, but Christmas cards are my favorite type of cards to make! I get super excited as it is like a countdown that Christmas is soon approaching, and since this is my favorite holiday I get all happy about it.

Some people might think that July is too soon. However, when you are making lots of Christmas cards, July it’s perfect to start making them. Don’t you agree? I much rather do a few each month than a lot in just one month. Plus this allows me to make even nicer cards as I am not rushing. 

So here you have it! this is the card I made to showcase Christmas in July!

Easy Handmade Christmas Card to make

I used the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley for this card, mainly because this has a selection of products already selected for you to use and all of them coordinate, so this makes it super easy to make cards!! 

The Sketch

Easy sketch to make handmade cards  

As usual, I used a sketch, as you know this makes the whole process even easier. 

For this card I use a sketch I have previously showcased on my blog. However, this time I decided to change the shape of the elements. Instead of using a circle I used a rectangle, which embellished with the gifts from the designer series paper (DSP) a.k.a. patterned paper. 

So whenever you are looking at sketches, think of ways you could modify them, it will help you get even more creative! I promise you! 


The Color Combination

For this card I used the color combination based on the designer series paper from the Most Wonderful Time product medley. This is always the easiest way to come up with color combinations. If you ever struggle with color combinations, give it a try, you will see how easy this is. 



Cardstock: Real Red: Card base 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scraps to die cut, Old Olive strip 3/4″ x 3″, Whisper White 5 1/4″ x 4″ and scraps to die cut, Gold Foil 3/4″ x 5 1/4″ 

Designer Series Paper (DSP): 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″, scraps to cut out the gifts from the DSP  

If you are interested in the full supply list you can click here to download it 


  1. Fold the card base in half using the bone folder 
  2. Glue the DSP onto the Whisper White cardstock and this piece onto the card front
  3. Cut the Gold Foil Strip ends using the Tailored Tag Punch to have the banner shape on the ends
  4. Glue the Gold Foil Banner onto the card front
  5. Die cut the labels using the Stitched So Sweetly dies in Real Red and Whisper White 
  6. Glue the labels onto the card front 
  7. Stamp the sentiment using Early Espresso ink pad onto the Old Olive strip and cut the ends using the Tailored Tag punch
  8. Glue the sentiment onto the card front 
  9. Cut with scissors the gifts from the DSP
  10. Glue the different gifts onto the card base using dimensionals 

You can download the full supply list here 

Most Wonderful Time Card Class to-go

If you loved the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley and want to make more Christmas cards, then you can check out this online card class

This Christmas card class includes 8 handmade cards all different designs using the Most Wonderful Time Product Medley. And as usual it is all in Video Tutorials so you get more tips and tricks! 

There are two options to get this card class. Option 1 is getting Product Medley from my online store (click here to get it) during the month of August. And I will mail the make and take kit for FREE the first weekend in September. 

Note: If you get the Product Medley after August, you will only get the Tutorial for FREE. Just email me at to make sure you get this tutorial. 

Option 2 is by purchasing the tutorial at my PDF Store. You can check it out here.  Either option will surely help you get going with your Christmas Cards! 

The Blog Hop

 As I mentioned at the beginning, this post is part of a blog hop where we are sharing handmade Christmas cards!! So make sure you visit all the blogs participating as you will get lots of great ideas to start prepping for your 2020 handmade Christmas Cards!! It will be here before we know it, so we need to start working on them don’t you think???

Click on the button below to go to the next blog participating!!  👇👇👇 or you can see below the full line up of the blogs participating today. 

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Angie McKenzie

Annette Ball

Tricia Butts

Vicki Milyard

Rochelle Laird-Smith

Mo Rootes

Brenda Nelson

Libby Fens

Fiona Whitehead

Narelle Fasulo

Gez Carpenter

Susan Webster

Alejandra Gomez –> You are HERE 😍

Sue Allen

Jill Chapman

Kristie Meeker Wilson

Sandra Roberts

Rebecca-Jo Unwin

Lisa Mackey


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Easy Handmade Christmas Card to make



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