Coming up with the design is half the battle. Once you decide on your design, then it's just a matter of scheduling some time for making them. I usually make two to four different designs so I don't get bored making the same thing.
Schedule a couple hours each week. I find that making cards in an assembly line is best:
- Cut all your pieces
- Stamp all of one image, then all the next image, etc.
- Assemble all the cards
- Add all your accessories
I usually plan to make 10 or 20 cards at a time from start to finish, assembly-line style. Give it a try. You may find that making your own Christmas cards is a breeze and you'll have them done in no time!
- Stampin' Up! Stamps: Mixed Bunch, Christmas Lodge
- Stampin' Up! Ink: Pacific Point, Tempting Turquoise
- Card Stock: Whisper White, Pacific Point
- Other: Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder, Embossing Buddy, Heat Tool, Pearl Basic Jewels
Don't wait until the last minute. Order supplies for making your own Christmas cards.