I have a simple Christmas card to show you this morning. At this time of the year, I think it’s important to think of mass production when designing your Christmas card as I don’t think anyone intends to make 100 individual Christmas cards. This was a card I sent out recently with my Autumn/Winter catalogues so that my customers got a feel of some of the new products.
Tips and Tricks to create this Christmas card en masse
- Do everything in stages, so each stage 5, 10 or 20 times or as many cards as you wish to make. I firstly cut all my card bases in Whisper White Thick. Next, I cut all my DSP which I measured at 2 x 4 inches (or approx 5 x 10cm)
- The image from Night of Bethlehem was stamped in Smoky Slate and overlapped Mary and Joseph using Night of Navy.
- The DSP was adhered to the base over the Smoky Slate image. I then added a little washi from the Year of Cheer Speciality DSP. The star was heat embossed in gold to step up the sparkle – always needed at Christmas time!
You will be surprised how quickly you can make multiples of this are if you do it this way. we all need ways to cut corners when making multiples.
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Here is everything I used on today’s card
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Until next time, happy crafting