Welcome back, and we are already into Week 4 of my Christmas Card Series for 2016, can you believe it! And today it’s all about ‘mass production’ and you all know that sometimes it’s a necessary ‘evil’ lol. but with some slight tweaks they can all be ‘the Same but Different’.
You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.
There are some great advantages to mass production, the pressure is ‘off’, you don’t have to rethink every card design and while the goodies are out, making multiples of a design certainly is a time saver. Finally, if it means that your friends and family can receive a hand made card from you this Christmas, that is truly a bonus and I will tell you right now that they will appreciate it, it does not matter that the cards are similar or even the same!
See you again real soon! Hugs,
Other Supplies: Annabelle Stamps – Santa’s Star (retired). Crate Paper – Paper Pad – Bundled Up (discontinued but a google search found some on ebay…). Ranger Distress Marker – Squeezed Lemonade. Copics – E000,00,11,31,50 / BG11,13 / Y11,21 / R22 / T0.
18 thoughts on “Video : 2016 Same but Different Christmas Card Series – No 4 – Mass Production Tips – Six Cards!”
These are cute, Therese! I like the tips with that word die to either use it as intended or your way with the top cut off! Super details!
What a great card, Therese! I do like to make several of a card when I like a design – you are right, it’s not cheating! Great papers for the background and I love how you used the die cut!
I like the simplicity of your awesome cards.
I’m loving your same but different series, Therese. All gorgeous cards, thanks for sharing your talents with us. x
Love these charming cards, Therese! Beautiful Copic coloring, too! Thanks again for sharing your tips with us for mass production!
Loved each and every card…they’re all so cute…I just love your same but different series Therese…
What a great series this is, I’m loving it. Fantastic cards and a great use of the word die with the patterned paper set behind it. Have a great day. Cheers Donna z 🙂
I love this series. I get all happy when I see a new installment is up! These cards are so adorable, and cheery and festive. I was just looking at my dies wondering if I have the patience to line up some tall letters and try to partially die cut them to achieve something similar…If I do I’ll be sure to link back to your post as the inspiration!
Such a sweet set of cards, Therese … the images are adorable … it’s amazing what a difference there is in the look of each with the change of DP! Hugs, Anita 🙂
Brilliant………….such a joyful card. Love your idea….use Misti for multiple cards.
Gutted that image is no longer available! 🙁 That chubby reindeer is SO adorable! Love how you cut the top of the Merry too. 🙂
Thank you for more of your incredible series, Therese! This design really makes me grin with happiness!! Hugs, Darnell
Oh, these are so cute!
Simple and sooo cute, love that image 🙂 Your’e the queen of mass production… I’ve got to start mine now 😉
FUN!! Hope to find time to try this technique this weekend 🙂
Such cute graphics and I love how you put that Merry die at the top. I’ve gotta try that soon!!
Awesome series! I love that Merry die, such a nice idea to include some nice paper in your cards!
These are fun. Love the patterned paper peeking out from behind that fabulous Merry die cut! Fun, Fun!