Christmas Projects - Christmas Crafts for all Ages


Christmas Projects - Christmas Card Crafts

Christmas Cards

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Show your friends and family how much you care by creating your own Christmas cards this year. It is a great feeling finding them in the mailbox and knowing you made the card personally.  Find here many quick and easy cards to craft.



Winter House Christmas Card
Winter House Christmas Card
Ephemera can be used for all sorts of projects. Here a winter house motif was used to embellish a Christmas card to spread holiday cheer this Christmas season. A card like this one is so fun to make and very easy as well.

Cheerful Snowman Christmas Card
The recipient of this card will definately feel great seeing this friendly guy.

Reindeer Christmas Card
An elegant reindeer adorns this easy to make Christmas card. If you have little time or need to make lots of cards, this card is perfect for your needs. Once you have your supplies together, you can have one finished within 5-10 minutes.

Stamped Snowman Christmas CardStamped Snowman Christmas Card
Get out those Christmas stamps, watercolor pencils and embossing folders and create cute and original cards for the holidays.


Santa Claus Card
Santa has his bag full of goodies. This card is a mixture of die-cutting and embossing using paper scraps from previous projects. The 3D Santa sticker was part of a set with several 3D Christmas embellishments.

Silver Stars Christmas Card
This card is easy to craft and does not require a lot of time, once you have all your supplies together. You can already start and be finished  with a set of them in a couple of hours.

Robin Christmas Card
Especially in the UK, robins are typical motifs for Christmas cards and decorations. This card is an example of how you can use a paper napkin motif to embellish your cards at Christmas.

Elk Christmas Card
Red and white are classic colors for the holidays. This card is quickly made and will bring lots of Christmas cheer to the recipient.

Winter Robins Christmas CardsWinter Robins Christmas Cards
Here in Europe the robin can be seen and heard all winter long. He starts his clear crisp song very early in the morning and makes the day more pleasant. These Christmas cards honor the cute little chap. The motifs were found on paper napkins and with them you can create these lovely sparkly robin cards.

Stitched Christmas Gift Cards
The simplicity of these cards make them such a charming craft idea for the holidays and a lovely way to top off those packages. You can create a batch in no time and be pleased with the results.

Accordian Christmas Card
This card is so simple and pretty and a lovely decoration at the same time!

Lino Printing Fawn Deer Christmas Cards
Here you will learn step by step with lots of pictures how to create these adorable cards to give for Christmas. Pattern is included to get started.



Stamped Greeting Cards
Once you have prepared the stamps, you can make tons of cards within no time. If you have no time, you can also print out the cards she made for free.

Ribbon Bow Christmas Card
This card looks so natural and pretty and is so easy to craft by following the illustrated tutorial.

German Christmas Cards
Find examples of Christmas cards using techniques popular in Germany.

Beaded Christmas Tree Card
This Christmas card looks elegant with the bead decorated Christmas tree and is crafted within minutes.

DIY Geometric Christmas Tree Card
All you need to create this card is paper and a craft knife. Template is included to craft this card.

Snowflake Christmas Card
This card is really lovely... inside and out. With a die cutting machine , a snowflake die and a Christmas embossing folder, it will be finished within minutes.

Scandinavian Christmas Card
With just a few letter beads and pieces of Christmas paper, you can make this charming card within a few minutes.

Reindeer Card
If you have a Silhouette machine and would like to find great ideas and free files for it, this blog has many great ideas. This reindeer card is one of the many tutorials you will find.



Homemade Christmas Cards
This is a cute card and this blog demonstrates how to make it really personal.

Joy Christmas Card
With just a few die cuts and some punched out stars and letters, you will have this card complete within a few minutes. Great for those with minimal time to create personal Christmas cards.

Polar Bears Christmas Card
A cute Christmas or winter card using polar bear paper napkin motifs that have been adhered onto cardstock.

Silver and White Christmas Card
This card looks so elegant and uses scrapbook and card making embellishments.

Woven Paper Christmas Cards
These cards have a traditional look to them and are so easily made using only paper.

Jolly ol’ Santa Christmas Card
Combine different card craft techniques to create this cheerful card to greet the season.

Standing Christmas Tree Card
This is a great project which serves two purposes. Not only is it a lovey Christmas card to make and give, but is for the recipient a 3-D decoration that can be placed on a shelf or window sill.

Snowflake Christmas Card
A dream in blue and white to give a feeling of a snowy day in December.

Christmas Wreath Card
This card is as cute as a button!

Easy Holiday Cards
These are not only fun to look at, but are also so simple to make. An illustrated step-by-step tutorial shows you how you can make some, too.






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