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Embellished Die Cut Christmas Card


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If you're looking for last-minute card making ideas during the holiday season, you can't go wrong with a few die cut sentiments and images made using a Fiskars Fuse. Learn how to make greeting cards using a Fiskars Fuse from Latrice Murphy and save yourself a trip to the card shop.

Start with a simple piece of plain carstock and add die cut images to the front. You can quickly make each piece by simple using a Fiskars Fuse. Once your images are cut out, add embellishments like glitter and ink so the pieces stick out. Simply glue everything to the front of the card and add a handwritter note on the inside. This project takes just minutes to make but looks so sophisticated. You'll never need to buy store-bought cards again with this simple tutorial.



  • Ribbon
  • Glitter
  • Glossy Accents
  • 3D adhesive
  • Fiskars Fuse
  • Ink
  • Dry adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Pen



  1. Make your card from cardstock.
  2. Stamp and cut a banner sentiment piece from cardstock. About 3/4” is best.
  3. Round the bottom corners of your card.
  4. Die cut and letterpress your large scallop circle. Embellish with glitter and gems.
  5. Adhere die cut piece to cards front.
  6. Adhere sentiment banner piece to the lower part of the card with 3D adhesive squares.


How to Make Greeting Cards Using a Fiskars Fuse:


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