Hi paper crafting peeps, today’s Christmas cards were are going with clean and simple designs. With one Christmas greeting stampset and some Christmas designer series paper this simple set can be made used on a mass production scale.
For all the card bases I have used very vanilla cardstock which I have cut and scored so the cards are landscape . To add some extra elements to each card I have used a strips of coloured card stock to co-ordinate with each designer series paper.
The Inspired By Stamping sentiment “Festive Greeting” has been stamped with 3 x Versafine inks 1. Crimson Red, 2. Toffee Coffee & 3. Vintage Sepia.
Each card I have used a pine cone die and each pine cone has been topped with either hemp linen thread or gold ribbon.
I hope today’s cards inspires you on how to mass produce clean and simple yet beautiful cards.
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Hi Paper crafting peeps today I have made some sweet simple and elegant christmas cards that can easily be mass produced.
Please watch my you tube channel to see how I made them.
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Hello paper crafting peeps and welcome to today's blog post.
It is coming to that time of year where I make bulk card packs to thanks teachers, colleagues, carers, close friends and beautiful people who give so much to the local community. This year I have bought bulk clear boxes to place 4 x cards in each pack.
Inspired By Stamping have an array of stamps that include both sentiments and floral images in 1 set.
I have chosen a couple of sets but below pictures is the most recent stampset "Garden Roses" in the 2016 November release.
To make the card set I have die cut stitched circles and embossed them with a variety of 3D embossing folders.
I have chosen designer series paper that has gold foil in the cardstock in which I have continued the gold theme through out the card set with gold foil and gold embossing powder.
Each year I create a simple yet beautiful cardset that I can make in bulk. I always start at the beginning of November and work my way through each cardset so it is all ready to give out.
Hope you enjoyed today's blog post and hope it inspired you to make and give card sets to people that are precious to your lives.
List of products used -
Gold Embossing Powder
Gold Foil Cardstocl
Welcome to Inspired by Stamping’s last release of 2016! We are so happy you are here. This week Inspired by Stamping is releasing 3 new stamp sets to their store. All new products are already available in the store! You can visit us by clicking here!
Today's new release is just so beautiful and I had so much fun to colour in. The Garden Roses stampset has been so much fun to colour in.
The stamped image has been stamped and coloured in on a rectangle die cut layer. The second rectangle layer has been sponged with distress inks and placed on crumb cake cardstock base.
To embellish the card I have used twine and clear sequins.
Card 2: (below)
I have stamped the rose on a stitched die cut circle which I have coloured in with watercolour pencils. The panel is backed on a distressed inked background which I have put through an embossing folder giving the panel texture.
I have placed gold dot washi tape on the left hand side of the white top folding card base. I have placed crystal drops throughout the card.
Card 3: (below)
I have sponged with some distress ink on a masked panel with silver and black card base. The images has been stamped with Versafine Onyx Black ink for a clear crisp detailed image. I have added some clear sequins on the card.
Inspired by Stamping has a new free stamp of the month! Spend $50 and receive this 4x4 Big Thanks stamp set for free! For more details on their free stamp of the month, click here.
This month’s release giveaway contains over $75 worth of goodies. Here’s what you have to do…
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Deadline is November 9th, 2016. Winner will be announced on Instagram, Facebook and Joanna’s Blog on November 10th!
I hope you enjoyed today's creations.Happy Paper crafting peeps.
Happy Paper crafting peeps.