Christmas card and tag using embossing folder


Today I made a christmas card and a tag using Tim Holtz mini embossing folder. I bought these on sale a couple of month ago but I haven’t got the chance to use them until now.

I used distress ink to create the background and I also inked the edges of the tree. I added some rhinestones to the winter sky and tied a silver and white twine with a little charm star to finish it off

Christmas card using embossing folder,


And for the tag, I created the background the same way and I also sprayed some perfect pearls mixed with water on top of it to create sparkle. The sentiment means Merry Christmas in swedish and is heat embossed it in white.

This tag will match the new wrapping paper that I bought for christmas perfect! Normally I create christmas tags when I wrap my presents but this year I’m planning to make them before it’s time for gift wrapping, and maybe, just maybe, it will ease a little of the stress šŸ™‚ I always have a ton of presents to wrap. šŸ™‚ Love it!

Christmas tag created with a mini embossing folder,


Challenges : Less is more, Addicted to stamps, CAS on sunday, The Pink Elephant, V’s sweet ideas


  • Distress ink – Dusty Concord, Faded Jeans, Black Soot
  • Mini embossing folders from Tim Holtz
  • White embossing powder from ranger
  • Versamark
  • Rhinestones from Anita’s
  • Perfect pearls from Ranger
  • Neenah solar white cardstock
  • silver and white twine from

10 thoughts on “Christmas card and tag using embossing folder

  1. Anne Ray

    Joanna this is so stylish, love love love your trees!
    Thank you so much for joining us at Less is More
    LIM Designer

  2. c

    Beautiful x two! Your sponging of the night sky is amazing! I need so much more practice! Thank you for sharing this gem in the ATSM Gallery!


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