The concept of Batch Cardmaking may take you a while to get used to but once you have organised your self into this way of working it can be a life saver especially if you have lots of cards to make for one occasion
If you are going to make a card that will need to be folded and embossed, stamped and coloured then it is just as easy to make half a dozen while you are at it.
I created these six Christmas cards to give to my neighbours in more or less the same amount of time it would have taken me to make one of them
Make ready all the equipment that you will need, so that you aren't running around looking for stamps, ink pads or glitter.
Then start logically with the card and cut or fold it all to the size and orientation that you are going to make the cards
Do all the background stamping, all the verses, all the die cutting, make all the toppers and do any colouring of your images in a previous batch session before you start so that they are all ready to add to your cards.
Let the video give you some guidance and the more of this type of card making you do the easier it will be.
This group of Thank You cards are all completed with the same stamp and sentiment but I have varied he colours on each one
The flower is stamped direct to the white layer then added to the coloured mat before being added to the white base card
These character birthday cards would be ideal to give to the children in your life.
Vary the characters in you Batch Cardmaking
Keep them flat and simple and add them all,complete with envelopes and a pretty pen, to a clear box and they would be a lovely gift for someone
They would then have cards to send to their friends throughout the year.