Today’s projects are honestly my favorite that I’ve made in quite a while. I’m not sure if it’s the shimmer, or because they feature my favorite color, or the simple elegance they have, but every time I see them they make me so happy. Actually, I don’t get to stare at them anymore because several of my customers have already received these beauties in the mail. I created them for a tutorial to share tips and tricks to save time when you’re making multiples of a card project. Let’s take a closer look!
To create today’s cards, I used the Butterfly Brilliance stamp set and Brilliant Wings dies. I featured this bundle a while back in several different tutorials including a shaker card, elegant slimline wedding card, the Joseph’s coat technique, and this tutorial with a lot of ideas. It’s so hard to choose a favorite project made with this set, but today’s might be the winner!
Tips For Creating Multiples
In today’s tutorial video, I shared a lot of tips for saving time when making multiples of a particular card. Here are a few highlights:
- Use a set where you can stamp and die cut several of a focal point at one time – like the Butterfly Brilliance set which allows you to stamp and cut six butterflies at once
- Die cut through two layers at once – I was able to cut the six stamped butterflies, as well as six glimmering ones in the background all at once
- Stamp six greetings at one time using the Stamparatus onto a sheet of paper, then use a trimmer to cut them into individual pieces
- Spritzing over a mask is a great, quick way to create unique backgrounds
- I shared a tip for blending onto a large piece of cardstock before cutting it into pieces to save a bit of time
There’s so much more in the video…watch along below!
Mass Producing Stunning One-Of-A-Kind Cards Video
Watch along here!
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