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How to Make a Christmas Card Gift Set

One of the most unique gifts you can make for Christmas is a collection of homemade Christmas cards, like this one designed by Pinkscrapper99. Your friends will love this selection of handmade cards that they can then send out to their own loved ones. This tutorial shows you How to Make a Christmas Card Gift Set, complete with card bases, sentiment tags and other embellishments!  Plus you can learn how to make the gift box itself with this tutorial

How to Make a Christmas Card Gift Set


  • 4 - 4 ¼” x 11” pieces of cardstock
  • 4- 3 ¾” x 5” pieces coordinating paper
  • 4 – 3 ¼” x 4” pieces of second color coordinating paper
  • 4 – 3 ½” x 2 ½” pieces of a third color coordinating paper
  • 1 – 6” x 6” blue cardstock
  • 2 – 2” x 6” blue cardstock
  • Liquid glue
  • Christmas punch stamp set by stampin’ up!
  • 3 coordinating punches for christmas punch set by stampin’ up!
  • Scoreboard or bone folder and ruler
  • 4 coordinating flower embellishments
  • 4 matching envelopes
  • 4” x 10” gift box project
  • Black ink pad
  • Green ink pad
  • Blue ink pad
  • 8 ½” x 11” white cardstock


1. Take 6” x 6” cardstock and score 4 lines that are 1” away from the edges.

2. Fold on score lines.

3. Cut 4 tabs with “v” as shown.

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4. Fold tabs down and place glue on tabs.

5. Fold corners of box to adhere.

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6. Take both pieces of 2” x 6” cardstock. Score 2” from edge, then 3”, and 4”.

7. Fold at all 3 score lines.

8. Place glue on one folded section, and glue as shown. Do both strips this way.

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9. Take 4” x 6” and do the same steps as above.

10. Glue larger piece into your 4” x 4” box.

11. Glue smaller sections into box as shown.

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12. Take white cardstock and stamp 3 of your stamps onto it using coordinating ink pads.

13. Punch out stamped sentiments using matching stampin’ up! punches.

14. Place sentiments into your box dividers.

15. Place matching flowers into your small dividers.

16. Take your four 4 ¼” x 11” pieces and fold in half.

17. Adhere your other paper pieces onto top of cards in layers (as shown).

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18. Place envelopes into larger section of your gift box (made as separate project)

19. Place cards on top of envelopes.

20. Cover gift box.

How to Make a Christmas Card Gift Set


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