If you’re like me, you’re suddenly looking at the calendar and saying “DANG! I need to get my Christmas cards made!” (I am the Queen of the Last Minute. But that’s a story for another time.) Just flip open the back of your catalog and check out Mr. Dasher on page 208. Well, it could be Ms. Dasher, but frankly, with those antlers, I’m thinking we’re looking at the male of the species.
There are so many ways to use this great image. Today’s card is one that could easily be made in quantity, with steps that are easily broken down for assembly line production. Just the thing for someone who needs a heap of cards in a hurry.
- Dasher and All Holidays stamp sets
- Always Artichoke, Real Red, Brushed Gold and Whisper White card stock
- Soft Suede Classic Ink pad; Whisper White Craft ink pad
- Texture Jumbo Wheel; Always Artichoke jumbo ink cartridge
- White embossing powder; Heat tool; Real Red stitched grosgrain ribbon
I’m a big fan of diverse greeting sets. All Holidays and Teeny Tiny Wishes are always close at hand when I’m designing cards. They’re higher priced sets, but the cost-per-use is very low and I consider them a great investment. I’m also a big fan of white craft ink and white embossing powder – you can emboss pretty quickly when you’re in production mode, and the results are always eye-catching.
What would be on your “Marooned on a desert island” list of supplies?