It is the time of year when we think about family and friends especially those living far away. We begin to create our Christmas card list to send both overseas and closer to home.
With COVID slowing down the postage routes, now is the time to be working on your Christmas cards and get them into the post.
In this blog I thought I would send a little Christmas card inspiration.
AZZA has a beautiful selection of Christmas papers for all your projects. Don’t discount some of the older papers in our Seasonal patterned papers range:
Simple card using AZZA papers and an A4 Sketch sheet.
Card made with the paper above, Sketch sheet and the AZZA Star Card stencil which is still available.
I do like the music on the Silent Night paper.
The beautiful Frosty Lake papers are available in the Express Christmas Card kit. This kit contains 6 cards and all the product needed to make up the 6 cards.
A larger Christmas Card box set currently on sale: This box set includes a Booklet with instructions for cards to create with the product received.
A4 Sketch sheets are perfect for quick decoration on a card. You can use them as they are, or mount them onto different coloured paper. Use 3D foam behind them for texture on your card.
Quick and easy card with papers, Sketch sheet images, Glitter tape and ribbon.
The Christmas Star cutting die looks good both on cards and on the scrapping page.
I always smile when I see a card made with this AZZA Father Christmas Workshop stamp.
The Wreath die is no longer available but the Crown is or you can use an AZZA Sewn circle die.
This lovely Foil metal stamp adds a little class to your cards.
These stamps can also be used with the MDF figures available.
This special offer is perfect if you are looking for a project to do with the children during the Christmas holidays.
The Consultants in Tasmania will be running a Christmas class on 12th December:
And to end two cards I just loved:
This card has been created with the new AZZA Illuminations paper, dies from the Christmas Branches cutting die shown above, Resin dots, Ribbon and a figure from the new A4 Figure sheet.
And the perfect card from Hilary Hamilton in Victoria to send overseas using the AZZA Australiana products:
Hopefully that will give you some inspiration to get creating your cards with AZZA product, both old and new.