Cricut Christmas Tree Cards

Very Cute cards for the Christmas Season made from:

  • The Merry Days of Christmas from My Mind’s Eye Paper
  • Speaking of Winter Christmas Cartridge
  • Bronze Brads and Extra Large Brown Brads
  • Tim Holtz Distress Inks (Walnut Stain and Pine Needles)
  • Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Inks (Bottle, Currant and Gold Mixative)
  • Sponge Brush
  • Textured Cardstock in any colors of your Choice!
  • Joy To The World stamp from New Clear Dollar Stamps

I made a bunch of these cards and just had fun with them…gives you some ideas for Christmas, I am sure I will be posting at least 4 more videos on Christmas gifts, cards and decor ideas for what I am doing around the house…I would LOVE to know what you are making this Christmas!  Tell me tell me!

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  1. I love, love, love these cards. They look fabulous!! Have a great week and keep the work coming our way. I love to watch your videos.

    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! 🙂

  2. Megan, try this with glossy paper and these inks with some blending solution inks are beautiful. Pam

  3. Very creative using the blocks!! Love them Megan!

  4. This is great! I have not gotten into the stamping of things yet, but this is selling me the idea of stamping. Great ideas for Christmas cards thanks so much, robin

  5. Cute tree cards. I enjoyed the inking technique.
    Something I will want to try. You do a great job with the videos. I have your new video coming for Christmas. Can’t wait to watch it.

  6. Wonderful cards!
    I’m so far behind in my cardmaking!
    It looks like I’m going to have to use
    store boughten cards except to those
    extra special people who really appreciate
    the time that goes into the making. 🙂

  7. sweet cards! Maybe someday I’ll get into card making. Someday….

  8. Pam – thanks for your suggestion – I actually started on glossy paper – but I really liked the textured cardstock look once I got into it – something about it seems so soft – I LOVE these inks!

    Thank you all for the positive comments and feedback!

    Bonnie – Once you start with cards- you won’t want to stop!

    Robin – I’ve only been stamping for about 8 months now, I really enjoy it, but you don’t have to go crazy with stamps to have some fun with inks – My best friend only has two sets of stamps and maybe 5 colors of ink and now uses her inks often for a variety of projects – just somethng to consider 🙂

  9. Sharon/4kids4 says:

    Megan, thanks for using the alcohol inks…I feel like I need to get my courage up to use them! I’m definitely loving the distress ink pad in walnut…gonna pick that one up. TFS!

  10. Love the cards and must try them.

  11. Sharon Harrison says:

    You are such an inspiration to me. I am finally getting all my scrapbooking supplies from all over the country where I have lived the last couple of years. I can hardly wait to try all of your new ideas.

  12. Kathy Hunter says:

    Love the cards. Hope you have a wonderful day. TFS.


  13. These are great cards Megan! Easy to do if you have a lot to send out. I love the idea of using Legos with the Versamark! I’m a huge Tim Holtz fan so anything having to do with his inks, etc I’m all over! Great job!

  14. love these trees

  15. love it! love it! love it! love it! love it! now to start my cards – my last holiday chore.

  16. They are gorgeous. I wish I could see them in person. You are very talented. Can’t wait to give my friend your video. She’s going to love it.

  17. I love these cards and how you use the same technique to make so many different looking cards. Great ideas. Loved the lego affect.

  18. Cure! Cute! Cute! I also have this cartridge and have made cards using it.

  19. how di you hide the brad prongs? When you opened the first card I did not see the brad or any other paper covering i up. Thank you for sharing you projects, I really enjoy watching you…..LOTS OF INSPIRATION!!!

  20. how did you hide the brad prongs? When you opened the first card I did not see the brad or any other paper covering it up. Thank you for sharing your projects, I really enjoy watching you…..LOTS OF INSPIRATION!!!

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