Time is running out and you realize you still want to make Christmas cards to send out, so what do you do? You need a bulk card-making design that makes it quick and easy to create unique handmade Christmas cards. Here’s a great design to quickly make diy Christmas cards in bulk.
This card design leverages the Wonder of the Season Memories & More cards and pairs them with the Tis the Season Designer Series Paper collection. There are 5 of each 3×4 Memories & More card designs in this collection, plus quite a few 4×6 cards (not used in this project). There are even foiled 4×6 cards. Plus, several sheets of stickers! I paired the cards with Tis the Season DSP designs that coordinated colors and set them off with Shaded Spruce and Cherry Cobbler card bases.
If you want to see a full walk-through of what’s included in the Wonder of the Season Memories & More card set and the Tis the Season DSP collection, click on the picture below.
The great thing about this card design is that it is very economical to maximize your supplies. Each card uses just a half sheet of cardstock and one sheet of the designer series paper. There are 30 3×4 Memories & More cards in the set. The DSP comes with 4 sheets of each design. You can make 5 cards for each Memories and More design, by swapping out paper for the last card. On the last card I made in the video, I stepped it up a notch and used a die to cut out part of the interior DSP. I used the die cut piece to cover up the seam on the inside top of the card, taking it next level.
Using a stamp positioning tool, like the Stamparatus, it’s quick to stamp out the sentiment using the Cherry Cobbler ink. Taking it next level, you can even use a decorative element or two from the Cherish the Season stamp set that was used for the interior sentiments.
Here are the papers used for each card and a closeup of the card.
Watch how to quickly make Christmas Cards in bulk:
I put an instruction sheet together with all of the measurements and steps so you can recreate these cards yourself:
These cards use products from the Tis the Season holiday suite in the Stampin Up holiday mini catalog. I made a lot of other cards using this product suite. You can find those projects in one spot by following the link in the button below.