I have never been one to send out stacks of cards. I just never really go into the habit of it and carried on the same. Recently, I feel the draw of holiday cardmaking more than before. I have a small (and I mean very small, probably less than 10 people) list that is 90% family (and not even all of them) and a couple very very close friends. So the cards from my one masterboard will probably make 80% of the cards I need. The design is pretty simple, but with a lot of parts.
The card bases I have that I want to use up are actually embossed with a large rectangle in the middle. I am covering that with a bit of the W-on-W sheet
The sentiment is a die cut from a sheet of cardstock covered in sparkly gold tissue.
The tag has some gold stenciling then is topped with a couple of stars. The smaller stars are hand cut using the same stencil as the stars on the masterboard and the bigger ones are a punch.
That goes on top of the card front and… Ta Da!
I really like it, and while it is perhaps more time-consuming than is ideal for someone making 50+ cards, for someone making 10, it isn’t so bad.
I am still hoping to experiment with my scan, to see if I can print something that looks decent enough and embellish it. I don’t have enough of the sparkly paper the stars are cut from to make a lot more, so I need to consider altering the design. I might hold that for the weekend, and work on that long sheet of packaging paper. Still not sure what to make of it but something will reveal itself at some point – or someone will suggest something and I will slap my forehead and say Of course!
Collaborative projects are so much fun ….
01/12/2022 at 4:17 pm
Gorgeous cards, love the tag and backing, super job. BJ#18
01/12/2022 at 12:47 pm
Oooh, I love the gold in those! They all look fab!
01/12/2022 at 9:26 am
That is a great card. I am not sending any cards this year, call me grumpy head if you want but sorry the cost of postage is outrageous from spain and no guarantee of delivery. Ani