Mass Quantity Card-making

I’ve been a card-making machine lately. With a wedding and bridal showers in the last six months I have made hundreds of cards in multiples. Have you ever needed lots of cards at one time?  For the holidays? For thank you notes after a celebration? For an event?

Mass producing multiples of the same card can be a daunting task, but with a few tips you can make the process as simple as possible.  I “whipped out” 28 thank you cards last week for my customers who placed Open House orders in August. By keeping the design somewhat simple and utilizing my favorite tools this process was fast and fun! In a matter of a couple hours the cards were done and ready for the mail!

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I have three tips for you out of this card-making frenzy.

  1. Utilize the Stamparatus tool to make positioning the images easy and duplicatable.
  2. Try using sponge daubers as a simple way to color in detailed images.
  3. Use the punched out shapes by themselves, offset from the hole in the card front.

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Turn on some music, watch your favorite show, and throw in a fun beverage and you’ve got some pretty amazing therapy for a couple hours “work”!  I hope the recipients of my cards enjoy them!  See the card recipe and links for products used below and watch my card-making process video!

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Stamp Sets: The Right Triangle, Fancy Phrases.  Stampin’ Tools: 1 1/2″ Circle Punch, Stamparatus, Sponge Daubers.  Paper & Ink: Petal Pink, Basic Black, Whisper White & Flirty Flamingo, Terracotta Tile, Pear Pizzazz. Embellishments: Terracotta Tile ribbon, Pearl Jewels.

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8 Responses to Mass Quantity Card-making

  1. Londa Achilling says:

    Watched your video and tried to “like” it but had trouble with passwords etc. good video and goo hints

  2. LindaSchilling says:

    I evidently have trouble typing my name too 😆

  3. Judy Culli says:

    Beautiful card! My mass production gets complicated at times. Thanks for making that easier!!

  4. dkturnbull@aol.com says:

    LOVE this.  Nice job, Robin!Deb Turnbull

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