These two cards are wonderfully straightforward. I made the focal points by stamping the Christmas text on scrap cardstock and punching/cutting holiday shapes. The hanger for the ornament card was cut freehand from an SU scalloped oval in real red, and its string is a gold marker line drawn with a ruler.
The tree trunks were punched with a slot punch I bought at Joann's, and I cut the trees with a craft knife and quilting ruler.
Both of these cards would be easy to mass-produce and to modify using other holiday background stamps, such as holly, swirls, and snowflakes. I challenge you to improvise, working only with what you already have, to make similar cards. If you feel like it, link to your gallery/blog when you're through so we can see what you've done with this extremely simple idea!
stamps: text stamp (unknown)
ink: real red, hunter green
paper: PTI white, SU real red, hunter green
accessories: dimensionals, scallop oval punch, craft knife and quilting ruler, gold metallic pen