If you like to mass produce cards, the Stack, Cut and Shuffle Technique is for you!
How cute are these Tea Boutique cards? Here are just four of these cards. Keep on scrolling to see these cards made with other papers.
Start with a few 6″ x 6″ pieces of coordinating Designer Series Paper. I used one sheet of all twelve of the designs in the Teach Boutique Designer Series Paper Pack. That gives me 24 designs to work with since this is two sided paper – and those twelve sheets will make 24 of these cards with nice strips left over for other cards.
Here are all twelve cards:
This is what you will need.
Stack all of your sheets together before cutting. (If your paper cutter only handles two or three, do it that way and just keep stacking the cut pieces on top of each other.)
Cut 1-3/4″ off the bottom on your paper. Cut the rest in half so your paper looks like this.
Next, take on of the stacks of 3″ x 4-1/4″ paper and cut it to look like this.
Now the fun begins. Lay out some 5″ x 3-3/4″ pieces of Basic White Cardstock and start arranging the pieces like this.
Choose coordinating base cards to layer these on. The one on the right has an added 4″ x 5-1/4″ layer added.
How about some quick masculine cards? The He’s the Man Specialty Designer Series Paper will make a bunch of quick cards for so many different occasions.
Notice all of the different accents on these cards. These are die cuts included in the Designer Series Paper itself? So each of these cards is made with the paper only.
For a beautiful flower card, use the Hues of Happiness Designer Series Paper.
The Happiness Abounds Bundle, which coordinates with this paper, includes dies for a bunch of the different flowers and leaves in this paper!
Look at all of these fun cards lined up!
Make Quick Cards the Stack, Cut, and Shuffle Way
We will be seeing lots of cards using this technique over in the Back Porch Stampers! Have you joined us there yet?
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