Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Team Tuesday with Channin: Mass Production Tips & Tricks

Hello friends! It's Channin here and today have a video on mass producing cards with the MISTI. In the video, I'll share some of my tricks for mass producing cards and even pass on some my favorite partial inking tips as well!

VIDEO: Mass Production Tips & Tricks

To create these cards, I first die cut several bouquets out of white cardstock with the Layered Bouquet matching die, saving one of the negatives to turn into a jig. I then added tape to the backside of my jig and placed it inside my MISTI. I then place a die cut inside, positioned the first layer for the Layered Bouquet stamp set, and then stamped in light ink for my chosen color family. I then partially inked the bottom portion of the same stamp with my medium shade and then stamped again.

I then removed the die cut, popped another one in stamped in the same manner with a different color family. I repeated this process till I had all my die cuts stamped with my first layer. I then positioned the next stamp for the bouquet, the detail layer for the flowers and stamped in my darkest shade and repeated for all the die cuts.

You can find the ink colors I used for each flower listed below.

L: Ballet Slipper; M: Coral Reef; D: Passion Fruit

L: Peach Fizz; M: Apricot; D: Clementine

L: Lemon Whip; M: Sweet Mustard; D: Marigold

L: Soft Lilac; M: Candy Violet; D: Regal Kiss

When I finished the with flowers I then stamped the leaves. I stamped the leaves in Sky Blue first and then partially inked them in Summer shower and stamped again. I then finished the bouquets by stamping the stems in Sapphire.

Next I die cut white craft foam with the Layered Bouquet matching die four times and then adhered each die cut onto the craft foam.

I then stamped four A2 white panels with the Diamond Tiles stamp in Rocky Slope and stamped a sentiment in black. I finished the cards by adhering the panels onto four A2 top-folding white card bases and then adhering the flowers on top.

I hope you enjoyed my cards and video! Thank you so much for stopping by!!

~Channin Supplies:

1 comment:

  1. Channin, they are so beautiful! LOve your idea for 'jigging' both the blooms, and your fabulous background stamping... you are so so smart! Another way our MISTI can make crafting that much more fun!


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