How to make simple cards? Use the ‘Many Messages’ bundle by Stampin’ Up! Save time and make a stack of cards all at once using your favorite designer paper.
This is ONE big stamp and ONE big die. You stamp all the greetings out at one time. You can stamp several, cut them out, and then have just ready to go anytime you need a card.
Today I am also sharing an easy card layout using note cards and envelopes, and a piece of Designer Series Paper. This is a great way to use up that stash of paper you have!
How about just covering a bunch of the notecards, then cutting out several sets of the greetings and have them ready to go as you need them. It would also make a great gift for someone. Include a package of dimensionals and they can add a greeting as they need a card.
How to Make Simple Cards & Save Time Too
Check out the video to see how easy these cards go together and some tips for using the Many Messages stamp set and die bundle.
What do you think? Easy peasy!
As I show in the video, I highly recommend using the Stamparatus for this large stamp. If you are not sure what the Stamparatus is, or have one and not sure all the ways to use it, check out the YOUTUBE PLAYLIST of several videos I have done.
Here are the cards I made in the video. Each card started with a piece of Designer Series Paper that was 3 1/2″ x 5″
I then cut a 1/2″ strip off the side and flipped it over before adhering to the Note Card.
Since I had a whole pile of different greetings, I just selected ones I wanted and added with a couple dimensionals.
Here are some more I made the same way.
For these I embossed the Many Messages stamp using a VersaMark ink pad and White Embossing Powder. Again, I highly recommend using the Stamparatus with a stamp this large.
Products I Used
If you’d like to see the products I used for the above cards and in the video, just click the picture below. If you’d like to order any of them, you can easily just add to your cart.
A Few More Cards
Here are a couple others I made using the greetings from the Many Messages stamp.
I love how you can put many of these different greetings together, both for the inside and the outside of your cards.
I hope you enjoyed my projects today. If you have any questions about them, or the products I used, make sure to reach out to me. I love to help people make quick and easy cards!