Sunday, 3 December 2017

Mass Produced Christmas Cards with a Trim Your Stocking Snowflake - So Pretty in Pink !

Oh me oh my - I locked myself away in my craft room  one day last week and didn't come up for air for hours !!!  My husband thought I had left the country !

I have been ever so busy preparing for the launch of the new Seasonal & Sale-A-Bration brochures on 1 January.  This always involves a huge amount of preparation because along with the brochures that will be falling through my customers' letterboxes in the lead-up to Christmas, will be a Wish List, Christmas Card and a useful little handmade gift from me.

So I went into "mass production" mode and my crafting workspace became a little sea of pink !



I die-cut what seemed like hundreds of little pink snowflakes and I cut copious amounts of 3x3 inch Pink Pirouette card bases.  My Stampin' Trimmer helped me to make short work of the cutting and scoring though.

I like clean and simple - and if you follow my Blog I think that is very apparent.  I think you do need to stick to that rule of thumb when creating "en masse".

Also, boy was I thankful for the Misti for all the repetitive stamping.  I love this tool but I suspect when my fabulous new "all singing - all dancing" Stamp-a-Ratus arrives in February, that it may become a little bit redundant - poor thing!



But anyway, I got there in the end and was ever so pleased with how my small but sweet little Christmas cards turned out.  I finished them all with a simple pearl embellishment in the centre.



So after a bit of clear up, I was then able to turn my attention to my accompanying little handmade gifts ................................ more about which later next week !!!!

Anyway - that's it from me for now.  I am going to have a quiet Sunday with Roast Pork and Toblerone Chocolate Tart on the menu today - yum !!

Happy Sunday everyone.  I will back again tomorrow !

Linda xx

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