Easy Mass Producing Christmas Cards #1

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Hi Guys!

I’ll be doing a lot of Mass Producing of Christmas Cards and things, since I need to make a lot of cards. I’m behind once again, Yikes 😦 So I’m sharing Easy ways you can Mass produce quick and easy cards that still looks nice. I hope you found this helpful! Please Subscribe, Like, Comment and Share this video if you found it helpful. It’ll really help out my Channel, I’d really appreciate it! Love you guys and I’ll see you back soon. Hugs!

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Using The Right Card Stock For Easy Elegant Cards

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Today I’m making some Quick Elegant Christmas cards. I also want to explain little about the different cards stocks that’s available, helping us to make the cards fast and nice 🙂 If you’re like me, I like to make as many nice cards as possible without spending too much time on them and sometimes the card stocks that you have makes this task a little easier. I hope this was helpful for your Holiday cards. Thank you so much for stopping by and see you guys soon 🙂

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My Last Christmas Card for 2015

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Merry Christmas Everyone! I want to add my last Christmas card for 2015, using Gerda Steiner Designs Peekin Friends as well as card stocks from PaperTemptress. These Mica Metallic card stocks were used in many of the card sets I’ve made for Christmas gifts. It gives that perfect balance of elegance to the cards, with a Wow effect :). I hope you enjoy this video and I’ll see you guys back, after Christmas. Please check out Gerda Steiner Designs Blog as well as PaperTemptress’s Blog for more details regarding these cards. Thanks again 🙂

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Vintage Roses Card Set using Altenew Crisp Ink Pads-Tupelo Designs LLC

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Aloha Guys!

Today I’m making some last minute Christmas gifts. Even though I’m making Christmas gifts, I like making general cards for the recipient to use all year long. In my opinion, the fastest way to mass produce beautiful card sets, is to use layering stamps.  I’ve decided to use the Altenew’s Vintage roses stamp set along with the crisp inks.  I love these inks, they give a very crisp image which I like.  I have the mini set for space issues, but if I had more room, I’d get the regular size.

For sentiments for my card sets, I don’t like to put the sentiment on the actual card but instead I stamp it separately  and put it wit the card sets.  This way, the recipient can choose which sentiment they’d like to use.

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Double Pocket Gift Card Holder using Envelopes-Tupelo Designs LLC

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Aloha Guys!

Today I’m making some Gift card holders.  I always have some of these Gift card holders, that I use for birthday’s or any occasion throughout the year.  This Gift card holder has 2 pockets that we created using just plain white envelopes.  I’ve used some patterned paper here but you can use background stamps and other stamps to create your own patterned paper. I’ve kept this very simple, so it’ll be easier to mass produce.  I hope you enjoy this idea and if you did, please give a thumbs up and hit the subscribe button.  This will help me out tremendously.  All the measurements will be listed below.  Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll see you next time.  Thanks again.

 

7 1/2″x4 3/4″ Card Stock

Score at 3″ and 6″

Black card stocks 4 1/2″x2 3/4″ and 2″x3 1/4″

Design Paper 4 1/4″x2 1/2″ and 1 3/4″x3″

Sentiment Pannel 1 1/2″x2 3/4″

Envelope cut at 2 3/4″ (Cut the side that doesn’t have a fold)

You can change the sizes, depending on your design 🙂

 

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4 Christmas Tags with Added Shimmer

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Aloha Guys!

Today I have 4 Christmas tags for you using Gerda Steiner Designs Snowman Friends and Deck the Halls stamp set.  The card stocks I’ve used are from PaperTemptress.  I made my tag out of a Neenah Desert storm card stock.  I added the snow banks using the Mica metallic card stocks and some vellum to create more interest.  I’ve made a snow background for my snowmen.  I’ve colored the snowmen with some Faber-Castell Designs Memory Crafts Art grip aquarelle pencils.  I hope you enjoyed these tags and if you did, please like, comment and subscribe.  I appreciate you stopping by and I’ll see you next time.  Thanks again 🙂

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Bird Crazy Card Set with Prima Pencils-Tupelo Designs LLC

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Today I’m making a Christmas card set for Tupelo Designs LLC.  I’ve used the Bird Crazy and the Crazy Things stamp sets along with the Prima Watercolor pencils.  I’ve purchased the pencils while back, when it first came out from Tupelo Designs LLC and I never got a chance to use them.  As you can see in the video, these pencils are Fantastic!!  I really love them!  It blends beautifully, with vidid colors.  I also like the prices for these as well.  Very affordable, yet intense colors.  I hope you like this video and thank you so much for stopping by.  Thanks again 🙂

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Simple Elegant Christmas Card Set

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Aloha Guys!

Today I’ll be making a Simple elegant Christmas card set using PaperTemtress’s fantastic card stocks.  The parchment White vellum, reminded me of snow.  It’s absolutely gorgeous!!  I’ve used some Stampin Up stamp sets and embossed this Christmas tree, using silver sparkly embossing powder.  You can’t really see the vellum on the picture, but you’ll be able to see it a lot better on video.  I love the way it turned out and I hope you like them too.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by, I really appreciate it.  Thanks again 🙂

 

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PaperTemptress FB Challenge for November-No Green and Red

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Aloha Guys!

Today I’ll be sharing this card for PaperTemptress’s FB Challenge for November, sponsored by The Stamping Boutique.  Ill leave the link for this image in the descriptions below, if you’d like to check it out.  Be sure to check out the PaperTemptress’s FB page and participate in this challenge for a chance to win some awesome prizes.  Each month will have a different theme and the theme for November is No Green and Red colors.  I printed the Cardinal (digital) image, onto some watercolor paper and colored it in using a Blender pen.  I personally love this technique, because you can use your Dye ink pads as watercolor medium.  You can also use them with watercolor pencils and markers.  I colored the Cardinal in a burgundy color, since we can’t use the color red.  I also used the Neenah Natural Linen card stocks from Papertemptress.  This has a fantastic texture and I really wanted to showcase the texture on this card stock using some Brusho’s.  Even though this card stock is not a watercolor paper, it was able to hole up to a lot of water.  Pretty cool!!  Love them ❤  Check out the video, to see the Brushos on the Linen card stock.  I’ll leave the links to both the Papertempress’s FB page as well as The Stamping Boutique.  I hope you’ll join us for this challenge and check out the Papertemptres’s Blog for all the Fabulous Designers inspirations. Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll catch you next time.  Thanks again 🙂

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How to Make a Shaker Card Using Ziplock Bags-Gerda Steiner Designs

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Aloha Guys!

Today I wanted to share another way to make a flat shaker card, just like how people are using the Fuse tool.  If you don’t have a Fuse tool, you can try this method.  I decided to use a Ziplock bag instead of the fuse.  It’s still Flat, which I like very much.  It’s easy to mail, when the card is flat.  That’s the reason why I like making flat shakers.  I mail out a lot of Holiday cards, so this is simple enough to mass produce if you wanted to, which I plan to.  I’m using the Gerda Steiner Designs, Peeking Friends stamp set.  This stamp set is perfect, for shaker cards or tucking them behind an object, behind a window…There’s so many possibilities with this stamp set.  I know i’ll be using this set a lot this holiday season.  All the card stocks I used on this card, can be four at PaperTempress and I’ll leave the links below for all the supplies I used on this card.  I hope you like this card and it gave you some ideas on making your own, easy shaker cards.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by and please like, comment and subscribe.  Thanks again!

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