Design Team Tips with Kelly Lunceford

Join Kelly Lunceford today as she shares tips on how to mass produce cards for many occasions.

“It doesn’t matter how many cards we create, I think we’ve all had times when occasions sneak up on us and catch us unprepared! Join me on my blog today as I share some Design Team Tips and tricks on how to easily mass produce cards for any occasion!”



  • STAMPS: Tulip Time, Better Together, Never Enough: Thanks
  • INK: Harvest Gold, Lilac Grace, Winter Wisteria, Bright Buttercup, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado, Pale Peony, Sweet Blush, Berry Sorbet, Americana, Aqua Mist, Ocean Tides, Weathervane, Versamark
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White Cardstock, Pale Peony, Bitty Big: Simply Chartreuse, Bitty Big: Pink Posey
  • DIES: Tulip Time, Tag Sale: Quilted
  • OTHER: sewing machine and thread, silver embossing powder, Jute Button Twine, Nuvo drops

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Join the discussion 12 Comments

  • 1
    Helen says:

    Thanks for sharing this great design for mass producing cards…just in time for Spring! The tulips are already on my wish list–they are so lovely. tfs

  • 2
    Birgit A Norton says:

    Your cards are a breath of fresh, spring air! Just what we need on a cold winters day. These are truly stunning Kelly!

  • 3
    Luanne says:

    Gorgeous! Can’t wait for the dies to be back in stock!!

  • 4
    Francie M says:

    What a jam-packed article, full of so many helpful tips and beautiful cards as well. The dies are on my wish list! And how about a follow-up post just for the postal mail slot “cheat”? Great post Kelly!

  • 5
    christal mclean says:

    These lovely cards are a joy to look at and to appreciate the beautiful details. I love this set, especially this time of year when I’m desperately searching for signs of spring coming. Tulips always bring that hope, even if it is on a card. Just wonderful, Kelly!

  • 6
    Chris Lawlor says:

    So pretty! I love these cards. I just added the Tag Sale: Quilted to my stash, so I appreciate seeing it in use!

  • 7
    Stephanie Clapper says:

    I’m VERY grateful to Kelly for taking the time to share her process with photography & tips for mass production. Since I have many people I send cards to, mass producing is very much a part of my crafting. Making several cards at a sitting only requires one new design, and I love the different colors and details Kelly adds. Her cards are gorgeous and oh so cheerful! Thank you Kelly!

  • 8
    Catherine Milne says:

    Wow! There is SO MUCH great information here! Like the one about maximizing the amount you can cut from a piece of paper. I do that with card stock but as for patterned paper, not so much. Great idea. And making your own mail slot?! Just terrific. One of the most inspiring and practical posts I’ve ever read. Thanks Kelly!

  • 9
    Cathy Y says:

    Your cards are lovely! I’m so glad I own that set – it’s one of my favorites!!!

  • 10
    Karen Brandt says:

    These cards are just stunning! I love the colors you selected and the design. I just love this feature, and your posts are always such a treat!

  • 11

    These are really beautiful!!!

  • 12
    Traci Major says:

    Such a pretty and fresh cards reminding us that Spring is coming! I love your color choices and especially on the white tag backdrop! Beautiful inspiration and great tutorial, Kelly! Thank you!!

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