Hello Friends! If you have checked my blog recently, you know I was a bit under the weather on Friday. I’m recovering from my cold, but it didn’t completely hold me down this weekend. We were able to go to the lake for a bit with some friends and had a dandy time! There were seven girls in our group and we spent some time with another family on the lake who had, get this, two daughters of their own. Nine girls.
I hope you did something fun this weekend…and according to my facebook page, lots of you were stamping! Awesome!
On to the stamping….I make all the birthday cards for the teachers at Sycamore Creek Elementary School, and they have been running low. I usually make a lot of my cards with a birthday greeting and every couple of months, I send a batch. Well, I didn’t have many on hand, so I got busy mass producing birthday cards!
View the video to pick up some tips on mass producing cards quickly and leave me a comment letting me know if you enjoy this sort of tutorial, or if you like the more complicated cards better. Or maybe you like a mix! I would love to know!
This card is very basic if you want to make a lot, or change up and/or add a million different details to make this card an incredible work of art.
Stay tuned! I have another set of mass produced birthday cards with a masculine theme and one with some fun stamping coming up.
Stampin’ Up Supplies:
- Bring on the Cake Stamp Set (WM: 121899, CM: 121958)
- Cardstock: Whisper White, Rasberry Ripple, Summer Starfruit
- Ink: Midnight Muse
- Accessories: Patio Party Designer Series Paper, Tasteful Trim Die, Beautiful Wings Embosslit, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, 2 Way Glue Pen
- Base: 4-1/4 x 11
- White Layer: 4 x 5-1/4
- DSP: 4 x 4
I hope you enjoyed this card and if you would like to see more Simple Cards to Make check out my youtube channel!
Tasteful Trim Die
Bring on the Cake Stamp Set
Patio Party Designer Series Paper