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Quick & Simple Bulk Card Panels - VIDEO - with Concord and 9th


Hey friends! It's Ashlea here, and I'm back with more festive fun for your crafting pleasure. Today, I'm featuring the Happy Plaid stamp set from Concord and 9th. This stamp set is especially versatile because you can add or omit steps and change up ink colors or card stock to really make each card your own and individual. I created a video to show how easy it was using my MISTI. It's one of those bulk card deals where you can just turn off your brain and go and the result is beautiful! The video is linked here:




The only pattern I had planned out ahead of time was the red card stock with all black plaid. I love buffalo plaid and while this isn't exactly buffalo plaid, the colors are reminiscent and remind be of a cozy blanket.


For the blue card, I decided to omit the second single patterned line stamp to create a more open and simple plaid pattern. I used Something Borrowed ink by Catherine Pooler and used silver embossing powder on the double lines to give it a little shine. For the sentiment, I used the large hand lettered Christmas sentiment set by MFT and an old school label maker for the "come to you" portion.


I chose festive and traditional colors for this card. From the same MFT set, I chose Merry & Bright and added a few Pretty Pink Posh gems to add some sparkle.

I hope that you've enjoyed learning about how I created these card panels. I love that I knocked out 3 cards in no time! Especially this time of the year when I'm really getting down to the wire for sending out my cards! I hope you have a fabulous week and I'll see you very soon!










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