Looking for a card making method that will save you time and give you a stack of gorgeous cards?  Look no farther! Let’s talk batch processing this paper craft.  You can easily make up all kinds of these cards, then just add different greetings so you are ready for whatever type of card you need.

Today's paper craft teaches you how a card making method that saves time.

In today’s video, I also share tons of stamping tips:  things like heat embossing, masking, fussy cutting, and more…

Card Making Method That Save Time | Check out all the tips I have!

Card Details

Learn this card making method to save time. Stamp, punch, cut and assemble in a batch process.

All four cards are made exactly the same way, just using different colors for the roses and a different greeting from the Happy Thoughts stamp set.  Great for batch card making–same design, different greeting!

This step of the card making method was cutting the roses out with scissors.

Card Recipe

  • Crumb Cake Card Base:  8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
  • Basic White:  3 1/4″ x 4 1/2″
  • Basic Black:  3 3/8″ x 4 5/8″
  • Scraps:  Basic White, Basic Black

All 4 cards use these same measurments.

I love how this card making method yielded me a variety of handmade cards for all occasions.

One of my favorite things about the Happy Thoughts stamp set is that it has great verses for the insides of your cards too.  

Last step in your card making method is to stamp the inside of your cards

Products I Used

Just click the image below to see the complete list of products I used on todays cards, to include all the colors I used.  If you’d like to order any of them, you can easily add to your shopping cart.

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