Monday, April 18


I needed to make a card in a large quantity recently and it needed to be ASAP!!! So here is a way to do just that assembly style, and it only took minutes to make many cards! Line up a few sheets of 8 1/2" x 11" cardstock edge to edge or end to end depending on your space. How you line up the paper will give you either a horizontal or vertical card. (see both in the picture?)Then mask the top and bottom few inches of the lined up cardstock, and brayer certainly celery across all of the cardstock, both top and bottom! Then move the mask to cover the green and do the same thing with bashful blue. Cut all the pieces of cardstock into quarters and VOILA you have 4 card fronts ready for stamping from each piece of cardstock! QUICK AND EASY....great to remember for Christmas card making or for when you are making invites!~Enjoy! Thanks for the inspiration Julie!


Patti J said...

Beautiful!!! Remind me of this in November, would you??? Hugs!!!

Diane - said...

Donna what a great idea. Sometimes the simplest things are right in front of us and we don't see it!
I always just brayer one card front at time.
Thanks for the TIME SAVING idea. hugs

Bonnie said...

What a great idea Donna! Thanks for sharing.

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Anonymous said...

I've been trying to come up with a cute (and easy) Thank You cards to make for a shower gift for my cousin and I think this is it!!! It looks so nice (and easy! ;-)) it will be perfect! Now to see if I still have my brayer! Thanks for the great idea!