Yesterday I asked a question on Facebook, "Have you started your Christmas Cards yet?" The answers were very mixed…yes, no, and done!
If you are in the "No" category, be sure to stay tuned over the next week to get inspired and learn my tips and tricks for Mass Producing Christmas Cards!
This first card in the series is super simple, yet gorgeous at the same time. Don’t you love cards like that?
- Base: 8-1/2 x 4-1/4
- Always Artichoke layer: 5-1/4 x 4
- White top layer: 3-3/4 x 5
This simple layout can be adapted to so many different stamp sets, too. Don’t limit yourself just because you don’t have this stamp set!
When you are mass producing cards, keep the design simple. Cut all the cardstock first, and all the same size at the same time. For example, cut all the bases at the same time, then move on to the first layer.
Same with stamping…stamp all the trees first. Then, stamp all the greetings. Then, do all the glitter. Lastly, do all the adhesive at the same time. It will go much faster this way instead of individually making each card one by one.
See how easy it is to make:
Stampin’ Up Supplies:
- 115026 Lovely as a Tree Stamp Set, 116586 Many Merry Messages Stamp Set
- Cardstock: 100730 Whisper White, 105119 Always Artichoke
- Ink: 105219 Always Artichocke, 100908 Chocolate Chip
- Accessories: 102023 Dazzling Diamond Glitter, 100425 2 Way Glue
Hop over to my Facebook page today!
I’m giving my peeps a sneak peek…this is Video #111 and the 11th video in the Holiday Card Series at StampNation!
StampNation Members spoke and I’m listening! They want their Holiday Inspiration now, so over the next week or 2, you can count on lots and lots of Holiday card, gift and project ideas will be added.
Here’s what Kimberly has to say: "Catherine, thanks so much for thinking of us and keeping us inspired and motivated! StampNation ROCKS!!!!"
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