Crafty Quintet: Tips for Mass-Producing Cards
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Jessica Frost-Ballas shares with us some great tips on mass-producing cards in the latest edition of our series! This card features the adorable Crafty Quintet Layering Baby Penguin from Hero Arts, Holiday Flurries from Hello Bluebird, and our Sentiment labels die set. For more information be sure to watch the video below and enjoy!
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Great technique! Thank you for sharing it. Making more than one card at a time is perfect for making Christmas cards!
Great technique and cards.
The video was informative! Great Idea!
These are fabulous!
Thank you for the great tips! :)
Loving all the Christmas inspo!!
Good ideas. Who doesn’t love penguins. I already follow by email.
Thanks for sharing
fabulous design and technique – thanks for the ideas
Love the snowflakes.
Love the adorable penguin.
Lovely composition of the card.
Fantastic ideas, cute cards. All this advice will come in very handy, thank you x
Such a cutie:) Thanks for the video!
Very beautiful cards. Thanks for all the wonderful tips.
Great tips!! Thank you for sharing.
So many great tips! Loved the video.
These cards are great! Thanks for sharing your tips; I really need to get started on my Christmas cards. :)
Cute little penguin and thanks for sharing.
Super cool card with cool details.
Thanks for all of these great tips for mass producing. I will have to try this. I have probably made 5o at a time.
The tip for stamping die cut images is great (but I still can’t picture myself cutting 100 of anything, much less stamping them afterwards!)
I really like mass producing cards. Especially Thank You cards. I like to make a bunch of them at one time so I always have them on hand.
Thanks for all the wonderful tips and ideas. Adorable cards too! While I made 95 cards for my Mom’s nursing home, I probably only did 20 or less of the same design. I get bored (or creative), and have to shake things up on each card to look individual and then switch to another card design altogether for more variety.
Such wonderful ideas and inspiration!
So many helpful tips. Thanks for sharing.
Really. great tips and adorable cards!
Wow! I can’t even imagine making 120 cards at once! I think the most I’ve made is around 20 or so for thank you cards for my son’s birthday.
The Hello Bluebird snowflakes are a must have for this season!
Really great simple but creative cards that look easy to mass produce. Great tips.
Thanks for all of the great tips Jessica. As I watched you cutting 3 masks at once I said to myself “duh – why didn’t you think to do that!” I only make about 70 Christmas cards.
Very useful tips indeed, thank you so much !
Great tips! So far I have only made small groups of cards like 3-5. I can’t image now much time your set with ink blending took. WOW!
The card you shared is delightful!
Nice technique Jessica ❤
This is adorable!! And some fabulous tips,too! I don’t do a lot of mass producing anymore as I usually work on my Christmas cards throughout the year. But back before I started that, the largest number I massed produced was probably around 30-40. It would be so much easier now with the MISTI!