Quick and Easy Holiday Cards with my kid

Happy Friday!  Last Saturday, my youngest fairy (age 5) assisted me in a Facebook Live sharing how to create beautiful holiday cards using only gorgeous background papers and paper ephemera for Piece Craft Love(Affiliate links used; thank you!--10% off coupon automatically appears in your cart when you shop with this link.)

 

You can catch the replay on my YouTube channel HERE or scroll down for the embedded video.

Supplies Used:
Craft Consortium Paper Pad - Ink Drops - Candy
Pinkfresh Studio Die Cuts - Holiday Vibes
Dina Wakley Gloss Spray - White
Dina Wakley Gloss Spray - Gilt

My daughter had so much assisting in the video last weekend.  She has also decided to keep her card collection; she loves that so much.  One thing about kids, they are not hesitant to use things they like.  I find I am more likely to use less because I don't want to use it up.  Not her!  And I think that is wonderful!  I am trying to be more like her in that respect.

I added a bit of Dina Wakley Gloss spray to my cards.  The white spray creates the perfect snowy background.  For the snowy ground on the bird card, I just tore a piece of copy paper.  I love how all of them turned out!  Do you have a favorite?  Are you also a fan of non-traditional colors for the holidays?

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