Remember when I said I'd sworn off mass production? Remember how I said I'd never, ever, do it again? I lied. I'm suffering from crafty over-stimulation with all the challenges for World Card Making Day, and can't seem to focus. So I decided to cut up the remnants from my Kaiser Craft Chapter One paper pack, plus a few full pages, and created a bunch of rectangles. Then I disappeared a good portion of my black scraps by making layers for all of them. I ended up with this:
Oh, sorry. See? Totally distracted. I paired up the rectangles two by two, and put them all on white card bases. Then I stamped a bunch of sentiments using the Simon Says Stamp Sayings with Banner. I did about half of the sentiments with the die-cut banner and half without. I actually like the ones without better. I also think I did some of the banners upside down, so please get past that and just admire the lovely paper pairings, okay?
Let's get started! Here's the first sampling:
(As if you couldn't tell.)
Here's the blue version:
OWH, as I know they need general cards in addition to the holiday cards everyone seems to be making. I've already sent off my holiday cards, so I'm good with making the other stuff.
AND, I've disappeared a ton of pretty paper! Whoot! Just remind me not to do this all at once next time. Thanks.
And thanks for stopping by!
Product used that are not listed below: KaiserCraft Chapter One 6.5x6.5 paper pad, SU Basic Black card stock, Bazzill White card stock.