Quick Card Set Tutorial

Hey Crafters!!

Today I have a tutorial for you! AND, it’s even in video form! It’s my first tutorial video, so don’t be too harsh on me! I even figured out how to stitch together 2 videos, since it cut off right in the middle.

With this tutorial, you will see how to make 16 cards, quickly and easily!

Ooops! Looks like one card played hookey when it was time for the class photo!

This card set uses 4 sheets of B&T papers, just over 1 sheet of cardstock (for the mats), and 16 card bases. Plus ink and the stamps, of course!

Here are some closer shots of the class photo.

As you can see, I kept these cards simple so they can easily be mailed. If you would like, you could easily add a little bit of bling to the cards.

As I said, this is a video tutorial, so enjoy the video! Click subscribe while you are watching, I will have videos for you each week with a new tip or trick or tutorial!


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Supplies used for this card set are all CTMH:

Balloon Ride Paper Pack
Cardstock: Saddle, Colonial White
Ink: Saddle
Stamp Sets: Happy Autumn, Casual Expressions, Give a Lift, For a Friend
Tools: Paper Trimmer, Bone Folder, Versamat, Clear Blocks

{Tutorial inspired by Patty Bennett’s photo tutorial}

2 thoughts on “Quick Card Set Tutorial

  1. Great video Michelle! Congrats on your first one. For some reason, the video is really narrow and cuts off each side of your work space. Just wanted you to know that. Otherwise, I loved it and was clear and informative. I’m looking forward to more! What was the purpose of rubbing the one stamp on your hand to make it foggy? Does that give another look to the stamp? That is right where the video stopped so didn’t see how you used that stamp.

    • Michelle says:

      Marilyn,

      I’m glad you liked the video! Rubbing the new stamp on your hand helps to give the stamp a cleaner stamp the first time. Sometimes the release agent that is used doesn’t get cleaned off completely, so there is a residue on the stamps.

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