Friday, December 23, 2011

Christmas Carnival - Easy Handmade Christmas Cards

Hello Dear Friends
Hues n Shades begins the Christmas Carnival!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Today, I am going to bring before you some handmade Xmas cards for those who don't think they are arty enough to get into detailed drawings and elaborate process. The cards made here are created with minimum accessories and minimum effort. Try this, create some cards and send it your loved ones. My daughter, Lil A (now she's 8 yrs old though) has been my Great Assistant here.

Please do not forget to leave a comment.

I am displaying seven cards with instructions.
(click on the picture to enlarge)








Few images of Santa, Pattern paper etc are taken/printed from google.

Hope you all have enjoyed this card making session. Please do leave a comment and share your views.

Tomorrow you are going to Meet An Artist from Dubai who could create wonders with fabrics...Do not forget to turn up tomorrow...

11 comments:

factsandnonsense said...

this is cool. and handmade card are always special. i ll try one following ur instructions.

Emreen said...

wow... !! Cool cards with detailed instructions.. I love the zig zag tree card and the snow flakes... !!

Kala said...

Homemade is always so special Deepa:) All the cards are lovely - Happy Holidays!

Chakoli said...

u made me feel nostalagic somehow :) This is what we used to in school :) Hand made cards... !!

tooo good creation :D

Shirley said...

Wonderful, Deepa!! I especially love the glitter tree and snowflake cards..fabulous that your little one helped too! Thank you for this inspiration!

Rajesh said...

Very artistic cards.

Julie said...

These are great! Hello to Lil 'A!!!
My fav is the snowflake one!!!

Antarik said...

Its been so long since the time I used to do stuff like this....great ideas :)

deepazartz said...

@factsandnonsense, thanks, do try and lemme know how it turned out...sure, it'll come out well.


@Emreen, thanks for the visit and your kind commnets.

@Kala, true,handmade cards are always so special. Thanks and Happy holidays to you too...

@Chakoli, Thanks dear and am happy to reminded you of something nice from the past:)

deepazartz said...

@Shirley, Thanks dear and yes my lilone is very interested in helping me out in such activities...

@Thanks Rajesh:)

@Thanks Julie and yes, conveyed your Hi to LilA

@Thanks Antarik...I think you can try one this time:)

Amrita said...

These ideas are really good... quick easy and really attractive :)