The new Spring/Occasions and Sale A Bration Catalogs are here! I plan to send along a card with the catalogs to my customers and am in need of a big stack of cards. What is your approach to stamping a stack of cards? I created a design that would feature a piece of Designer Series Paper (patterned paper) and add a few stamps that will feature a new product. Once I made a plan, it was not tough to get these cards rolling out assembly line style.
For this card project, I used three different colors of cardstock for the card base. I knew I wanted to use one patterned paper (DSP) so I matched all cardstock to the one paper. Stampin’ Up! makes this a snap by listing the matching colors on the package of patterned paper. No deep thinking about this choice 🙂 The Lift Me Up stamp set and Up & Away dies pair perfectly with the patterned paper.
I chose to place two hot air balloon cut outs on the corners of the patterned paper. The ink colors were chosen from the list of colors on the patterned paper package. The assembly line construction was a snap. I cut all cardstock, cut all the rest of the paper and started stamping. I die cut all of the balloons at the same time and then laid it all out and put them together. Nothing complicated to this project, only fun!
I made a video tutorial for this card project, CLICK HERE TO WATCH or watch below
Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items as well. Thank you for your support with your purchase 🙂
Having a plan is half way to completing your project. I hope you find a simple card design and make it your own. Lets make it together!
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Are you interested in purchasing one of the finished cards I have featured on a blog post? Visit my Etsy shop at www.jennystampsup.etsy.com for a small selection. If the card you are looking for is not there, drop me a note and I will place it in the shop for you. -Jenny xoxo