Monday, August 11, 2014

CTMH Close to My Heart Reindeer 3 Minute Christmas Card!

I love the new Cut Above card kits from Close to My Heart!  

They have precut elements and all you need to do is stamp one items, add some of the included embellishments and adhere the whole thing together.  

This truly is the 3 minute card!
The best part is that if you need to get a bunch of cards done at one time and you want them to look handcrafted - this is a quick and simple way to do it.  

The card sets are sold in the following themes: Christmas, Holiday, Thank You, Birthday, and then two treat bag kinds for Halloween and Christmas.

The stamp sets are sold separately so that you can make as many sets of cards as you want without re-buying the same stamp set.

To make these cards, you need the following items (besides adhesive):

Merriest Christmas Stamp Set (and you could use any of these sentiments on the card):

Cut Above Christmas Card Kit (comes with 10 cards for $11.95)
Ruby Ink
Check out the new August Stamp of the Month - SO CUTE:
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42 comments:

  1. It's never too early for Christmas cards! Of course, Christmas is my favorite time of year. It never hurts to be prepared! Thanks for sharing for your time and ideas.

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  2. I don't think about Christmas cards until November

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  3. Very pretty and sparkly. It is never too early to start Christmas cards although I never follow this advice!

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  4. I love thinking about Christmas on hot summer days! Sympathy to you and your family on the death of your sister in law.

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  5. No it's not too soon for Christmas Cards at all I just love Christmas so it's so much fun to see your card and it's a cutie I love.

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  6. It's never too early to make Christmas cards. Christmas always seems to sneak up on me.

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  7. Never too late for getting prepared for Christmas!! I am almost done with Christmas shopping!

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  8. Never too early to get the Christmas cards done. One less thing to think about when the hectic season is upon us. This is a beautiful set.

    Leslie

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  9. Not to early for Christmas cards - just finished mine. Feels good to have
    them done! Lets me enjoy Fall, Thanksgiving and early Dec. knowing I have
    to only address the envelopes. So NAY - not to early

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  10. It's not too early at all, but that being said, I know myself well enough to know that however early I plan to start, I'll still be working on them in November... Oh, well, at least I have good intentions.

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  11. very pretty deer card that is a great deal!!! not to early to start making Christmas cards....I have started..

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  12. Like the Christmas Deer card. Have been making Christmas cards already.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  13. No it is never too early to start making Christmas cards. I just need to get the rest of my act together, lists, shopping, etc. It is always a last minute push.

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  14. Definitely not too soon to be thinking about (or making) Christmas cards. I want to start mine, but I'm still trying to decide what to do, so keep those good ideas coming.

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  15. I'm not actually ready to start making holiday cards . . . . but, I have been scoping out Pinterest for iseas.

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  16. Cute card! Thanks for sharing. I don't think it's too soon for Christmas cards, but that doesn't mean I'll get around to making any before mid-December!

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  17. Cute Christmas card! I love how quickly it is pulled together. If you are a procrastinator like me, it is never too early to start!

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  18. Not too soon to start on Christmas cards...if only I had the time...lots of canning and freezing, gardening, etc.

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  19. Never too soon to begin planning the Christmas cards, Joy! I can't wait to get started. BethAnn M.

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  20. It's never to early to do Christmas cards - besides, it's so much nicer to do them in air-conditioning than snow!

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  21. No;it's never to late to make Christmas cards.planklouann@gmail.com

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  22. I just love these new card kits, great way to pop out a bunch of cards easy peasy.
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  23. Its never to early :) Thanks for the good ideas!!
    Amber

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  24. I guess it depends. If you hand-make them and don't use kits like this one, then you'd need to start now, right?

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  25. Never too early to start on your Christmas cards, I like to get an early start just in case I change my mind!

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