Make It Monday #267: Assembly Line Card-making

By November 7, 2016Make It Monday

Follow along with Laurie as she shares some tips for whipping up lots of cards for Christmas or any other occasion, assembly line style!



If you are joining along this week, here are the details concerning the Make It Monday Challenge.

–A new Make It Monday Challenge will go up every Monday morning at 9am EST.

–Create a project utilizing your take on the challenge. Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and assembly line cards.

–Please enter new projects only.

–Post your project on your blog, in your gallery or on any other photo-hosting site (such as photobucket or flickr).

-Add your project to our InLinkz list below.  ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON PLEASE.  

–You will have until 6am, Monday, November 7, to add your link to the list to be eligible to win. 

–One randomly selected winner will be chosen from ALL the entries on Monday,  November 14, after 6am. The winner will be posted here on this blog post, on Twitter and Facebook. The randomly selected winner will get a $25 PTI gift certificate to spend however they like!

Good luck to everyone and we look forward to seeing your projects!

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Join the discussion 9 Comments

  • 1
    Vicki Finger says:

    So cute, Laurie! I love the Christmas Mice Set and think I must add it to my list for this month.

  • 2
    Greta H says:

    Very cute cards, Laurie! Mostly I make individual cards, but there is one group I need multiples for. Now I’ll get them done in plenty of time as that will be my MIM entry. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • 3
    Sandy Dayhoff says:

    Adorable cards, Laurie! Christmas Critters didn’t even appear on my radar, but then I kept thinking how cute they were, and added them to my release order at the end!

  • 4
    DIANA LARSON says:

    Great tutorial Laurie, I loved watching you make your assembly of cards. This is right up my alley. I love making multiples of everything. Super cute card to, it makes me want the mouse

  • 5
    Kristin Homoly says:

    Could you please tell me what that tool/box is that you put the card into, the magnet on and the stamp stays in the same place to ink each time? that is awesome and have never seen.

  • 6
    Laurie says:

    It is a Misti stamping tool. 🙂

  • 7
    Bonnie says:

    I appreciated your quick process of making many cards at once. I have 20-30 to get made and I haven’t even started yet, sometimes I think I have too many options.
    Anyway, loved watching you.

  • 8
    Diana K says:

    Thanks for giving me a much needed push, Laurie. Three more cards done!

  • 9
    Sandy S. says:

    I made 50 Halloween cards a few weeks ago. For the first time ever, I started early enough to do all of them before I had to mail the first ones across the country. (I’m usually racing to finish each batch as they have to be sent.) I understand your point about making a few cards each day, but, when I have time, I really like doing all of one element before I go one to the next. Then I can clean that stamp and put it or the die away, before I go on to the next step. My Halloween cards were quite complicated–some elements needed to be fussy-cut, which I did while watching TV–and I did them as a true assembly line.

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