Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Studio G Thanksgiving

Look at all those cards!

Here's a close-up.

This was an easy weekend project, done during the course of a football game or 4-hour movie marathon. The beauty of mass production is that, when you have a design in mind, they go pretty fast. Much faster than creating individual cards. I did these in stages:

Stage 1 - Cut and fold white cardstock for backs.
Stage 2 - Cut coordinating sheets of designer paper (three sheets each style) and adhere to card fronts.
Stage 3 - Add ribbon.
Stage 4 - Stamp images, color leaves, punch out and adhere to punched scalloped circles.
Stage 5 - adhere images to card front and stamp greeting on inside.

Stamps: Studio G
Ink: Really Rust (SU)
Paper: Fall Cardstock Stack (DCWV)
Accessories: Ribbon (JoAnn's), Circle Punches (Marvy), Markers (Le Plume II)


Alice Audrey said...

This is a bunch! How long did it take you? I love the little leaves.

Heather said...

Actually, not that long. Well, IMO anyway. These were a weekend football project so...about 3-4 hours. It helps when you have an idea of what you want to do and, mass production always goes faster than individual cards. Wait until you see this year's Christmas card! ;]