Probably my biggest tip for making mass produced cards is to pick a clean and simple design. I'm not good at coloring. It takes me HOURS to color! No joke! So for me I need to choose a design that involves stamping instead of coloring. And it really really makes things faster to use a stamp platform. My favorite is the MISTI! I used it in just about every step for these cards! Check out my video above for even more tips for mass produced cards!
I chose to use the Snow Flurry stamp set from Concord & 9th because of the large snowflake image. It takes up almost the whole card front! I stamped the snowflake in a mint ink on all 50 of my cards with my Mini MISTI before moving on to the next step. This helps make things go faster! I filled in the inner part of the snowflake with some ice blue ink. Again - I did this for all 50 of my cards. I added a sentiment from the Snow Flurry stamp set with Versafine Onyx Black Ink right on top of the stamped snowflake.
I wanted to add some fun embellishments to my cards, but since I was making 50 of them I needed something simple. Pink & Main has a whole bunch of Glossy Dots and I really love how the Rose Gold Glossy Dots pair with the mint and blue stamping in the background! I hope you got some helpful tips and tricks for creating mass produced Christmas cards! And now you can hop through the rest of the blogs for more mass production or fancy fold Christmas cards!
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