Project - Collecting Mistletoe Christmas card

This card makes good use of one of the background panels - but not as we know it!

This card could also be made as an A5 card by using the A5 card set sheet.

For this one print:-

The Collecting Mistletoe A6 card set sheet onto quality white card

The Collecting Mistletoe A6 card set sheet can downloaded for free by clicking here. Click on the link to open the image in Adobe Acrobat reader - if you need it you can download it for free by clicking on the button below.


Using a craft knife and ruler, cut out one of the motifs, a greeting and a 3cm piece of the background panel. Cut an edge piece of the background panel so that the line of the border makes the top edge of your strip.

Mount both the motif and border strip onto silver metallic card - trim around the motif to leave a small border whilst leaving the metallic card border just at the top of the border strip.

Stick the border piece to an A6 card blank with double-sided tape and the motif piece with sticky pads. I've used a virtual pearl card blank here which has a pale grey pearlescent finish which looks lovely.

Mount the greeting with sticky pads. Add a ribbon bow that's been made with narrow satin ribbon (this bit was mushroom-coloured ribbon that was cut from a new top - good recycling!)

Products used on the Collecting Mistletoe Christmas card

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