Create a Beautiful Holy Night Card


By Neva Cole –

Today’s tutorial will feature several Imagine products, Delicata, StazOn, and Vertigo.  Using silhouette style die cut creates a stunning yet quick and easy Christmas Card.

Skill:  Beginner

Time:  30 Minutes



Step 1

Trim black cardstock to 6 ½” x 9” and fold in half.  Center die on the front panel of the card base and die cut.


Step 2

Leave the die in place and stamp the starry background with Delicata Golden Glitz.


Step 3

Use a Fantastix Brush Tip to brush in details left open in the die.  Photo shows the die removed after this step.


Step 4

Trim a section of Taffeta Vertigo to 2” x 6 3/8”.  Use an Ink Blusher to build layers of color in StazOn Blazing Red and Midnight Blue.  As the color layers blend, the red, purple, and blue along with the Taffeta Vertigo creates a stunning night sky.


Step 5

Adhere Vertigo behind the opening in the die with small dots of On Point Glue.  I glued around the edge and behind each small portion of the die scene.  Trim white cardstock to 6 3/8” x 8 ¾” and fold in half.  Adhere to the inside back of the card with Tear It! Tape.


Step 6

Apply Tear It! Tape to the front inside of the card and fold card closed.  This allows the card to compensate for the two layers of cardstock.


Step 7

Stamp Oh Holy Night sentiment in Delicata Golden Glitz and heat emboss with Gold Embossing Powder.

Art Supplies

  • Gemini Follow the Star Die
  • Neto Stuff Star stamp
  • Recollections Christmas Sentiments
  • Black and White cardstock

Quick and Simple Penguin Holly Jolly Card with Memento Markers

by Lori Warren

Need a quick and cute Christmas card idea? This “Be Jolly By Golly” Penguin card project was completed with Memento Markers and a few other supplies.  It’s a great project if you need to make several Christmas Cards.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 10 minutes per card


Art Supplies

  • The Angel Company – Penguins
  • Tonic Studios, Tim Holtz Stamp Platform
  • Water-brush
  • Glitter
  • String
  • White Card Stock

Quick & Stunning Holiday Cards in a Flash Made with Delicata Metallic Ink

by Nicole Watt

Running out of time for your holiday cards? Make a stack super fast with 3 colors of Delicata Inks and a holiday-themed embossing folder! This poinsettia imprint has a beautiful look for Christmas crafting. You’ll get caught up in no time with Nicole’s help!

Skill: Intermediate
Time: Crafternoon



Art Supplies


See How to Make Your Own Customized Ink Pads + Slimline Holiday Cards

by Lisa Mensing

In this video, Lisa is sharing how to create your own customized color palettes with uninked ink pads, Memento dye inkers, VersaFine Clair inkers and demonstrates her customized ink pads creating slimline Christmas or Holiday cards.

Creating your own color palette with Kaleidacolor un-inked pads is super easy! The sliding ink pad can be used as an ombre effect or as individual ink swatches.

Skill: Beginner
Time: Varies


Art Supplies


Create a Mixed Media Holiday Card with Memento

by Melissa Andrew

It’s time to get ready for the holidays! Today Melissa creates a gorgeous watercolor background with Memento and VersaColor Ink. She finishes her holiday card with gorgeous gold embossing powder. This is a quick and easy holiday card that can be mass produced for sending to loved ones this season!

Skill: Advanced
Time: 1 hour




Use a Plaid Stencil for a Mixed Media Christmas Card

by Kassy Tousignant 

Use a Plaid Stencil for a Mixed Media Christmas Card

It’s never too early to start making Christmas cards! How about making them mixed media style?! Imagine makes so many wondering mixed media products that work great on canvas layouts and cards alike. In this project, I use Fireworks Craft Spray and a plaid stencil to create multiple Holiday backgrounds at once.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 1 hour



  • Liquitex – Flexible modeling paste
  • Prima – Heavy body gel, flower
  • Cardstock – white
  • Gold thread
  • 49 & Market – flower
  • My Minds Eye – brads and embellishments
  • Christmas patterned paper
  • Echo Park – plaid stencil
  • Stampin Up – dimensionals