|Publishers: Scott & Martin|
|"Ten Vintage Christmas Greetings to Make" is a 40-page e-book with ready-to-print vintage images, complete instructions and card-making tips! This is a must-have handbook for handmade Christmas cards that deliver a vintage punch. Pop ups, window cards, fabric inserts, paper tole, textured collage and many more techniques!|
|This snowflake Tea Bag Ornament
is a dangling variation on the classic folded paper craft. We provide
the cutest Victorian cat image to frame within the frilly octagonal
snowflake. You might substitute a photo of your sweetheart or your
children! We designed this as our 2011 inspiration piece for our
"Christmas Cats" Creative Challenge.
|For 2010, we designed this Vintage Tag Christmas Card
to wish our friends "Scrappy Holidays!" The shop tag is printed on
manila file folder stock, with a grommet and some hemp cord. The FREE
templates include the Victorian scrap tags and the card body. Easy
enough for kids to make!
|Our Christmas Stamp Card was mass-produced for our personal 2009 cards. You can make two from one piece of red cardstock! It couldn't be easier. Just the paper, the FREE clip art images, some paint, glitter and glue, and a hole punch.|
|Get the look of painted stained glass with this Christmas Window Decoration. It starts with an old window frame, and you apply vintage images, liquid leading, and glass glitter. We give you eight FREE templates and images - and the premier supplier of glass glitter!|
|Need Christmas Place Cards - right now? This is the craft for you. All you need is our FREE download template, blank address label sheets, paper, scissors and a pen. You'll be ready to set the table in a minute.|
|Craft a Vintage Christmas Ornament from a few simple ingredients like foamcore, tinsel garland and ribbon. We provide a charming Victorian scene with Santa and an angel for you to download and print.|
|Handmade Vintage Christmas Cards are quick and easy using blank panel cards and envelopes. These were our cards for 2008 - embellished with a beautiful 1913 Santa illustration by Samuel L. Schmucker. Download this striking vintage image for FREE and craft these rich-looking cards.|
|These Christmas Chenille Dolls were inspired by vintage ornaments in an antique auction. Just like their Victorian originals, these whimsical figures are simple concoctions of bump chenille rods, paper vintage images, and glittery embellishments.|
|Christmas Napkin Rings will "ring" in the holidays in vintage style. With no more than paper, scissors and glue, you can create four different designs for your holiday table - choose from a Victorian Father Christmas, singing cherubs, a golden bell, or jolly Santa Claus.|
|Antique Blocks are vintage treasures, gilded with an aged, cracked varnish finish. No one needs to know that they were once common milk cartons. We'll show you how to make them from the simplest materials and ingredients.|
|Santa's Cookie Plate will be a Christmas Eve tradition. This plate combines reverse-glass painting and decoupage. We've even provided several Santa images for you to choose from.|
|Christmas Candle resting in a fluffy bed of white whipped-wax "snow"! We give you six different images for this easy, glowing project.|
|Tag Ornaments are dainty and sparkling, and the glass marbles magically magnify the vintage images of children. Who would know they started out as common cardboard key tags?|
Do you have a favorite Christmas craft? We would enjoy hearing from you with ideas, comments or questions. Please, contact us with a note!
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