In Color Evening Evergreen Holiday Card

An Evening Evergreen Holiday Card using the perfectly plaid tree punch was easy to put together and highlights this new dark green In-Color. I think it’s going to be my christmas favorite this year!

A surprising place to find matching paper for a holiday card is in the non-holiday designer series paper! Oftentimes, the reverse side of themed DSP is equally gorgeous patterns that show off specific colors.

Incidentally, while I was looking for a cute paper for this holiday card, I found it in the Pansy Petals pack! It showed off the new In-Color Evening Evergreen!

Monochromatic cards are quickly becoming a favorite of mine to make, plus I like to make cards for my In-Color club members each month that show off what can be done with the goodies they received!

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See below for how to create an Evening Evergreen Holiday Card:


How to make an Evening Evergreen Holiday Card:

Cut your cardstock:

  • Evening Evergreen
    • 8 1/2” x 5 1/2”, folded at 4 1/4” for a card base
    • 2 3/4” x 4” , die cut with medium stitched rectangle
    • Scraps for 2 pine trees
  • Striped DSP
    • 3” x 4 1/2”, die cut with large stitched rectangle
    • With this size, you can get 10 from each 12” x 12” piece of DSP. This information is useful if you are making a stack of cards for the holidays. For more tips on creating cards in bulk, click here!
    • Scrap – punch out a pine tree
  • Crumb Cake
    • 2 1/2” x 3 1/2”, die cut with small stitched rectangle
    • Scrap for sentiment, die cut with extra small long stitched rectangle

Stamping Time:

  • On the extra small crumb cake rectangle, stamp your sentiment using Evening Evergreen ink.
  • Next, use your Evening Evergreen scraps and stamp two of the pine trees (I chose the plaid and the branched) with Evening Evergreen ink. Punch them out.

TIP: For a fun monochromatic look, stamp using ink of the same color as your cardstock!

Put it all together:

  • Adhere your 3 stitched rectangles together (crumb cake on top, then evening evergreen, and striped on the bottom). Next, adhere these to your card base front.
  • Lastly, glue your three punched-out trees overlapping each other on top of your crumb cake rectangle, and finish it with the sentiment over their stems.

Supplies for this In-Color Christmas Card:

Product List


Thanks for joining me in my Craft Closet today! I hope you enjoyed making this monochromatic Evening Evergreen holiday card and send it to someone who will love it.

How about making a few other projects with In-Colors? Click on the images below to find the tutorials!

Happy Crafting!

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