Sandi MacIver – Stampin with Sandi – Signs of Santa Mass Producible Card
Hi Stamping friends, I have a new video to share with you today my Signs of Santa Mass Producible Card.
It’s also my second card in the Christmas Card Countdown series and you can catch all the videos on my YouTube Channel here. I have a special playlist set up for them.
Today I’m playing with the Santa’s Workshop Suite on pages 18 – 19 of the Holiday Catalogue and in particular, I used the Santa’s Workshop Specialty Designer Series Paper to mass produce cards.
For mass production of cards, cutting your Designer Paper at 4 x 4 or less will allow you to get 9 pieces from each 12 x 12 sheet of card stock. Today’s card is cut at 3-1/4 x 4. Click the link below to download a free PDF for today’s card with full instructions.
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Santa’s Workshop Specialty Designer Series Paper #147809.
Something awesome AND unique about this Designer paper and the Dies in the bundle – the dies also cut out the designer paper. SO – if you are pressed for time, and can’t colour all the images….just cut them out.
The dies will cut out the Santa with the list, Mrs. Santa, the North Pole and both the elves, even the little cart the one elf pulls. If you like to fussy cut, there is plenty left to keep you happy too.
Watch the video – I show you in detail how this works. If you are reading this in an e-mail, you will have to CLICK HERE to visit to my blog and watch the video.
Signs of Santa Mass Producible Card suggestions:
- Cut all of your card stock and pile it in order
- Cut all your circles and pre-paint them
- Cut out all your images from the Designer Paper
As you work through the steps to put the cards together, do all of each step: ie: when you attach the stripped DSP to the green mat, do all 9 at the same time.
When you go to attach the paper to the card base – do all 9 at the same time.
Mass Producing in this manner requires a little more surface work space, but it will really speed up the process for you.
I hope you enjoyed today’s project and thanks so much for stopping in to visit.
Wishing you Happy Stamping.