How to make this card:
1. Cut your base and adhere a mat that matches your coordinating paper but doesn't drown out the color too much. Go ahead and cut a small slit in the fold of the card where you will like your ribbon to go around. You can use one of your scissor blades or an exacto knife also works really well for this.
2. Create 3 small banner, each one progressively shorter than the previous. Go ahead and make a "V" shaped notch on the bottom of each one. Now adhere them to your matted base, evenly spacing them out.
3. Stamp your sentiment on the front. I used Versamark to give a watermarked look to the sentiment. To make this project more beginner-friendly; you could use a premade tag or other premade sentiment. This time of year is a great time to find tags and such to help save you time. Also a great idea if you have many cards to make!
4. Lastly, tie your coordinating ribbon, knot it and trim the ends to your desired length.
Don't forget to check back tomorrow where you can see another great Christmas Card! Leave me a comment and upload a picture of your own to get added to my Christmas Card gallery!
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