Here is another CAS Christmas card design that is super quick and uses some of my beloved patterned papers.

The cream panel on the blue card has a couple of score lines.  These, along with three buttons, add some interest and dimension.

The cream panel on the green card has a pierced border.  A punched scalloped oval window shows the card base.  The oval sentiment inside the window is raised on dimensionals.

I’ve played around with so many different designs for Christmas cards this year.  Maybe I won’t have to mass produce any of them after all!

If you haven’t seen my Sketch Challenge for this month, check it out HERE.

You have until December 1st to enter to win the beautiful Basic Grey 6×6 Paper Pad  “Lucille.” The patterns in this collection are amazing!

Thanks for dropping by today.  Happy Crafting!


Blue Card:

Stamps: PTI Merry Little Christmas
Papers: SU Not Quite Navy; PTI Vintage Cream; Lilybee Design “Handmade” Designer Paper
Inks: SU Not Quite Navy
Accessories: PTI Christmas Tree Die; Martha Stewart Scoring Board; Star Buttons; SU Linen Thread; Suede Ribbon

Green Card:

Stamps: PTI Merry Little Christmas
Papers: SU Old Olive; PTI Vintage Cream; Lilybee Design “Handmade” Designer Paper
Inks: SU Old Olive
Accessories: PTI Christmas Tree Die; SU Oval Punch, Scalloped Oval Punch, Paper Piercing Template, Designer Naturals Button, Linen Thread; Paper Piercing Tool

9 Responses to “Die Cut Patterned Trees”

  1. You are tempting me with that tree die LOL! Great CAS cards 🙂

  2. That is one really cute tree die, and I love that you used patterned paper to create the trees! The button accents are perfect!
    Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving!

  3. Love your tree cards! Beautiful, Susan, and easy to mass produce.

  4. Susan – Great cards! I don’t have that neat die but another Sizzix tree equally nice. Can’t wait to try… But my favorite part is the scalloped oval punched showing the background and the oval greeting on dimensionals – super idea! Thanks so much.

  5. These are just awesome!!!! I’m going to have to bookmark this post to remind me later for next year’s cards.

  6. Great idea with the paper and your trees. Both look lovely.
    I made a card for your sketch. Now just need to photo and load it, but I DID do it this time. Whohoo! :0)

  7. What a great idea to die cut the trees out of pattern paper. Such fresh, contemporary cards! Happy Thanksgiving

  8. very pretty, I just love how you have cut out the sentiment on the red tree card!

  9. Those star buttons are just gorgeous! Love your Christmas tree cards!

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