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Christmas Cover Story Card

By: Cijaye DePradine for

A simple and elegant Christmas card that uses scrapbooking techniques to create a wonderful Christmas Cover Story for your holiday. Decorate the inside with special anecdotes and expressions for your loved ones - like a mini scrapbook in a card!

 Christmas Cover Story Card


  • Patterned Paper (Creative Imaginations/Harvest Stripe)
  • Cream Card Stock (Bazill)
  • Snowflake Punch
  • Burnished Velvet Glitter (2 Colors)
  • Double Sided Tacky Tape
  • Velum (Sky & Sage Block; My Thoughts)
  • Velum Tape
  • Brown Ribbon
  • Zip Dry Glue
  • 3D Pop Dots
  • Brown Card Stock
  • Flower Punch
  • Rhinestone Stickers
  • Crocheted Snowflake (Large Size; at least 5” tall to match card.).


  1. Make Card first. (This positive and negative design was made with tacky tape, snowflake punches and two tones of burnished velvet glitter; framed with simple brown satin ribbon and embellished with rhinestone stickers).
  2. Adhere Card to preferred background paper
  3. Adhere Crocheted Snowflake to card (with outer edge of card meeting at the halfway point of the Snowflake.
  4. Cover Snowflake portion that is inside the card – with another piece of cream or brown card stock – you will want to journal or adhere a photo to this side.
  5. Select your Velum Thought Block to the edge of your framed glitter design on card (ideally you will choose a block that exceeds the edge of your card by approx. ¾ of an inch).
  6. Punch 3 brown flowers – adhere to outer edge of Velum Block. (In this example the top and bottom flowers were adhered with 3d Pop Dots; the middle was adhered with Zip Dry Glue to lay flat).
  7. Embellish flowers with rhinestones.
  8. Mat and decorate the inside of your card to profile your favorite Christmas Cover Story.



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