Are you on the lookout for a show-stopper greetings card to send to your loved ones this Christmas?
Look no further than this marvelous mini-album card that’s bursting with heartfelt messages, treasured photos and hidden surprises!
Want to know how to make it?
What: Virtual Card Class
When: Available Immediately
Where: In the comfort of your own home
Why: Because you want to delight and amaze your friends and family this season!
2020 has been a rough old year, hasn’t it? National lockdowns and travel restrictions have prevented many of us from spending as much time with our family and friends as we would have liked.
And sadly, it looks like that may well continue over the festive period.
This got me thinking… if I can’t see my loved ones in person this Christmas, what can I craft them that’s extra special to show them how treasured they are and how much I wish I could be there with them?
The answer? A marvelous mini-album card that opens up into something truly spectacular!
Your lucky recipients will LOVE this card. It has space for six photographs, two “hidden message” panels and two “pocket panels” to slip in gift vouchers, lottery tickets, scratch cards, more photos or – well, whatever you want to put in them!
There is (of course!) space for you to write your message inside the card and the whole thing folds up using a concertina-effect so it fits perfectly inside the matching presentation box.
I’ve even included two printable poinsettia decoupage toppers for a vintage floral effect.
This project is more than a card – it’s a personalized Christmas gift to bring cheer and love to whoever you send it to.
Learning a new skill can be scary. I want you to know that I am here to help you every step of the way.
Luckily although this card looks rather complicated (and IMPRESSIVE, right?), it’s actually pretty straightforward to put together.
This class is taught via video on the Teachable platform and it’s incredibly easy to access. You will see over my shoulder as I assemble the card and all the gorgeous decorations and embellishments.
You will have access to a private Facebook group to show your work and get feedback and answers to any of your questions.
This is going to be so much fun! And you are going to have a blast!
The class is available for immediate viewing.
The class will be conducted on Teachable. It is incredibly easy to access and use. You will have ongoing access to the class so you can check back any time to view the materials.
During this class we will make one card – a marvelous mini-album! We’ll also make a matching presentation box with removable belly-band.
Nope! This card can be 100% cut by hand. In fact, it’s easier to cut the pieces out by hand than with a machine!
However, if you do have a Cricut, you may want to cut out the poinsettia decoupage toppers with your machine to speed things up. An additional Design-Space-friendly version of the poinsettia printable is included, along with a video tutorial on how to print-then-cut in case you would like to do this – but as I said, that’s completely optional – you DO NOT need a Cricut machine for this class.
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Hi I'm Sarah, your Crafty BFF, a card maker & Cricut crafter from the UK. I've been papercrafting for over 15 years and love creating fancy-fold cards that have the "wow factor".
When I'm not in my craft room, I'm usually found watching West End musicals or walking my two adorable-but-oh-so-noisy shih tzus. I hope you enjoy crafting along with me in this card making class!
I recently took Stamp Me Some Love online card class and was excited how my card turned out. Brandi’s class was easy to follow and gave me lots of inspiration to create my own! Thanks Brandi! I so recommend her class and look forward to the next one!
- Kathy Case
I had the privilege of participating in Brandi's first live class and it was great! Lots of communication prior to the class, including the list of supplies and where to purchase them if you didn't already have them. She took her time going through the process and explained everything very well! It was a lot of fun.