32 Card Workshop | Complete Guide

32 Christmas Holiday Card Workshop

Workshop Guide & Cutting Templates (PDF) >

In this workshop you will end up with 32 cards.

Supplies needed:
32 4.25 x 5.5 card bases
6 12×12 sheets of B&T patterned paper
2 12×12 sheets of coordinating colored cardstock
1 12×12 sheet of neutral cardstock

1.) From your six patterned papers, choose which four will be base/background papers, and which two will be part of the forefront.
For the forefront, choose two different patterns that contain multiple colors. If possible select papers that will work vertically or horizontally. Patterns that are very large may not work as well.
For the background/bases, choose four monotone patterns that contain shades of a single color. The backside of B&T paper often works well.
2.) Following the cutting guides, cut out your cardstock and patterned papers. Either label each piece lightly on the back with pencil, or put pieces in 8 piles, one for each card design.
3.) Following the card templates, assemble cards. Make four of each of the eight designs. Wait to adhere the neutral cardstock pieces until after you have finished stamping.
The templates can be rotated 90°, 180° or 270° for a different look.
Remember that you can use either side of your patterned papers.
4.) Stamp images onto neutral cardstock pieces and/or directly onto your partially completed cards. Adhere neutral cardstock pieces to complete the cards.
5.) Add embellishments as desired.

Workshop Guide & Cutting Templates (PDF)

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4 Responses to 32 Card Workshop | Complete Guide

  1. Heather says:

    This is awesome!! I’ll be making these cards tomorrow!!

  2. admin says:

    Thanks Heather. Hope the project goes well for you.

  3. Deb says:

    heading for my workshop to make these cards and watch the Muppet Christmas special… Thanks

  4. admin says:

    Thanks Deb. We hope that the workshop goes well. Have any questions feel free to contact us.

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