Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Quick Christmas Cards with Peaceful Boughs Stamp Set

Hi Friends! Just a quick post today, as I'm scrambling to get the last of my Christmas cards out in the mail this morning. Since last week I've sent out over 200 cards to my Serene Stampers team and customers. I also have to get my cards for close friends and family done, which I hope to finish today. The last batch of cards I've been stamping has been for my GelMoment team & customers. So this morning I made some simple, pretty cards using the "Peaceful Boughs" stamp set. 

As time is of the essence for me right now, I needed to come up with a design that was fast and easy to mass-produce the cards. Well lemme tell ya, I discovered the coolest technique for this and I can't wait to share it with you - it's a game-changer! I made ten cards in less than fifteen minutes! I will have a video tutorial up in the next few days to share this with you. 

On that note, I'm off to the post office! Have a fabulous day!


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1 comment:

  1. So very pretty and elegant, especially for a "quick" card that looks like you took a long time to do. I'm anxious to see your secret on your video. Mmmm. Video. Haven't done one in a long time. First due to lack of motivation and now that I have it, Christmas is consuming my time. Sheesh. Working for a living can cramp my style sometimes.