Sending a handmade Christmas card is an extra special way to let your loved ones know that you really love them this festive season. This one’s for the non-traditionalists, the men in your life or just for those who won’t appreciate a fluffy kitten on their Christmas card!
It’s ultra simple, yet looks like you have made loads of effort, win!
DIY Geometric Christmas Tree Card.
You will need:
- Gold glitter card
- Black A5 card
- Craft Knife
- Cutting Board
- Pva Glue
In pencil, draw out a Christmas tree on the front of your card. Use a ruler to get straight lines. I opted for a circular bottom to my tree. Don’t forget to add a tree trunk too!
Using the ruler, draw triangles inside the tree shape. Be sure to leave gaps between the triangles.
Use triangles of all shapes and sizes to fill the tree, this will ensure the tree shape is obvious.
Using the craft knife and cutting board, begin cutting out the triangles.
Don’t forget to rub out your pencil marks!
Cut out a small rectangle for the tree trunk.
Take your gold glitter card and cut to size. Make sure that it is big enough to cover the whole tree.
Glue the gold glitter card to the inside of the card using PVA glue.
Fill in this beauty with a lovely message and pop into an envelope, then deliver it in style!