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Jingle bells card

Making handmade cards for Christmas doesn't have to be difficult. In a few steps you can have some simple but very cute cards to give to family and friends.

Jingle Bells card:
• solid color cardstock and music paper
• alphabet stamps
• ink pad
• small bell
• raffia or thin ribbon

Directions:
Cut card from solid color paper. Cut patterned paper slightly smaller than solid paper, stamp sentiment, and wrap ribbon with bell attached and tie bow. Adhere patterned paper to card.

**use this method to make different themes by changing the color, sentiment, or patterned paper**

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