SheetLoad of Cards | December 2023

Happy Holidays! It’s time for another SheetLoad of Cards. And this one is just in time for making those last-minute Christmas cards to mail out! See how mine turned out!

December 2023 turned out super cute! Used Gina K Designs “Christmas Greenery” Set.

Call Me {Crafty} Al

Visit Crafty Al’s (Alicia) YouTube Channel for this month’s “SheetLoad of Cards” PDF. It’s a creative system of cutting paper to make a batch of cards. So easy to create cards by pulling coordinating patterned paper from your stash and following her template!

Made a fun-fold card by scoring at 2 5/8″ then folded to meet in the middle.

My Process

I love to make cards because I find it very relaxing. Crafty Al has a convenient system to give us the pattern so we can enjoy the process. And what a great way to use up paper in your stash!

Cut my 6×6 paper per the instructions in Crafty Al’s PDF, to download, watch her video!

Products Used

  • Stampin’ Up 8.5×11″ Wild Wasabi cardstock for layering
  • Michael’s 110lb Kraft cardstock 8.5″x11″ for the card bases
  • Echo Park “Home for the Holidays” 6×6 printed paper pad (Link)
  • Gina K Designs “Christmas Greenery” Stamp Set (Link)
  • Tonic Studio Paper Guillotine 12″ Trimmer (Link)
  • Mini Score Pal from Scor Pal (Link) or Memory Keepers (Link)
  • VersaFine Black Onyx Ink (Link)
  • Mini Misti Stamp Positioning Tool (Link)
  • Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy (Link)
  • Art Glitter Liquid Glue (Link)
Used a circle die about 2.5″ wide. Love using my MISTI so I can restamp if I miss a spot!

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Added a sentiment on the inside on a white 4×5.25″ piece of white cardstock.
Also, I used foam squares to pop up the sentiment on the front cover.
Front sentiment is attached to just the right side.