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2 Ways to Make a Scandi Christmas Card
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2 Ways to Make a Scandi Christmas Card

Difficulty Beginner
Budget < £10
Time < 1 hour

Scandi styling was massive last Christmas, and it’s set to be a hit again this year – so why not incorporate it into your Christmas card making? With a simple colour palette featuring reds and whites, and lovely wood textures, it makes for a simple but special make.

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How to make

Scandi Forest Card

Step 1 

Cut a square of red card. Position this centrally on to the card and glue in place.

Step 2 

Draw two slightly different height triangles on to the reverse of Christmas patterned paper and cut out. Arrange the triangle Christmas trees and glue in place.

Step 3 

Stick a wooden reindeer in front of the Christmas trees and a linen star topper at the top corner. 4. Complete the card with a hessian Christmas sentiment.

Layered Scandi Card

Step 1 

Cut a rectangle of red card that is 5 mm smaller than the dimensions of the blank card. Position this centrally on to the card and glue in place.

Step 2 

Cut a rectangle of Christmas patterned paper that is 1 cm smaller than the dimensions of the red card and glue in place.

Step 3 

Cut a rectangle of red card that is 1 cm smaller than the dimensions of the patterned paper. To cut out the tree silhouette, use the Christmas tree template to draw a tree outline on to the reverse of the red card. Cut the tree out carefully using a sharp craft knife and metal ruler. Position this on top of the patterned paper and glue in place. 

Step 4 

Stamp a gold snowflake at the top of the tree.

Step 5 

Make a small bow from ribbon and stick to the top left corner of the card. Stick on a wooden reindeer topper. 6. Complete the card with a hessian Christmas sentiment.

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