Hello friends and happy Thursday! I have been mentioning recently that my own supply of cards is getting particularly low, especially when it comes to birthday cards, which I send out frequently. Unfortunately, I have gotten out of the habit of making multiples of cards when I sit down to create. By making them one card at a time (on the average of three to four cards per week), it was not giving me a lot of cards to have on hand! So, last weekend I took a birthday card that I had made in the past and decided to replicate the same card in four different colors. I made four of each card, and within an hour's time I had SIXTEEN new birthday cards to add to my supply!
Sixteen cards! IN. AN. HOUR. OMG, I'll be doing this WAAAAAAaaaaayyyy more often!
It's a really great way to add to your collection, especially if you send a lot of cards, like me!
I used the Altenew Beautiful Heart stamp set to create today's cards:
Ink colors used for the flowers: Rich Razzleberry, Lovely Lipstick, Gorgeous Grape (Stampin' UP!)
*All leaf ink colors are the same for all four cards: Pistachio Pudding, Pear Pizzazz, Garden Green (Stampin' UP!)
Ink colors used for the flowers: Daffodil Delight, Pineapple Punch, Crushed Curry (Stampin' UP!)
Ink colors used for the flowers: Cantelope Crisp, Mango Medley, Calypso Coral (Stampin' UP!)
Ink colors used for the flowers: Gorgeous Grape, Highland Heather and Rich Razzleberry (Stampin' UP!)
If the shoe fits, they say you buy it in every color, right? I say, if the card works, MAKE one in every color! This particular floral layout would also work well for sympathy and get well cards too. In fact, I think I see sixteen more cards coming in the near future in additional colors!
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