Christmas Card Ornament Art Repurpose last year's cards as Christmas art. Inexpensive to craft, the ornamental design gets even thriftier when you size it to fit a frame you already own. Christmas Cards, Crafts Ideas, Christmas Crafts, Holidays Crafts, Recycled Christmas, Christmas Wint, Christmas Decor, Christmas Ideas, Cards Ornaments
Christmas Card Bird Decoration -- A bird crafted from an old Christmas card adds handcrafted elegance to a basic gift bag. Find a bird silhouette clipart image (many options are available online), enlarge or reduce to desired size, and cut out. Use your stencil to cut a bird from a pretty Christmas card and another from a solid piece of cardstock.
Each ornament is approximately 4 1/4" X 7 1/4". Crayola crayons and ruler twill add darling school embellishments. Each carefully constructed for durability, for use year after year and comes photo ready...simply remove the white "school photo here" paper and attach your small wallet-sized photo or any photo trimmed to the size of the white paper.
Cookie Cutter Ornaments Trim the tree with a selection of handcrafted ornaments from 20 years of Martha Stewart Living. They'll soon become familiar old favorites. Use inexpensive aluminum cutters to turn out ornaments faster than you can bake a batch of cookies. Martha Stewart Living, 2005
Home for the Holidays Refashion holiday cards into charming tree decorations. Cut side, roof, and base shapes from Christmas cards. Cut, fold, and use crafts glue to secure the seams and pieces. Embellish the houses with additional motifs from the cards, or add a bit of snowy shimmer by coating the bases or rooftops with crafts glue and a dusting of glitter
different version, love the , "May beautiful moments and happy memories surround you with joy this Christmas" It could be used for other events : Birthday, wedding card
3-D Christmas Card Ornament - Holiday greetings gain new life when you turn old Christmas cards into 3-D ornaments.
Vintage Christmas card ... reminds me of my German Grandmother. Yes, @Christiane Boles and @Ann Woods Hawks?