Welcome! I am trying to get a couple of projects finished today before heading out again on Monday. How about another mostly Easy to Make, Easy to Mail card today? This one is really pretty simple already, but I'll list ideas for further simplification below the next picture in case you are mass-producing your cards. (I'm not a good mass-producer; I get bored too easily!) As it is shown, the supply list is:
Cardstock: Rustic Cream, Scarlet Jewel
Ink: SU Cranberry Crisp, PTI Chamomile Distress Ink, Glue Pad
Papers: Jingle Tiny Tablet (Lily Bee Design)
Accessories: Spring Moss Grosgrain, 6mm rusty tin bells, Rustic Twine, foam tape, glitter
Tools: sewing machine
It's easier to see the stamped background pattern at this angle; I stamped it with a Glue Pad and adhered fine glitter "snow"; I could have used the random snowflakes stamps from the In the Meadow set instead of the Background Basics: Twinkle set, but I thought that the pattern on the BB: Twinkle set tied the snow in with the background papers that I had used.
If you wanted to simplify further, you could leave off the bells (which add thickness for mailing, but are oh-so-sweet!) and the Background Basics: Twinkle stamp; however, that BB: Twinkle glitter layer doesn't add any thickness, and it makes the card prettier. You don't have to sew around that outer patterned layer either.
I hope that helps! Have a great weekend, and thanks for stopping by today.