Thursday, September 15, 2011

Mass Production!


Good morning!  My post today is all about mass production...yes...mass productoin of teacher gifts!  Every year I love to make card sets for the boys teachers.  For the last few years, I've done monogram card sets.  This year I decided to do a variety of sentiments. The cards for the set were inspired by the very last card on this post by Nicole Heady.  I made the card a bit simpler and changed up the colors but I'm thrilled with the variety from a single stamp set!  And even more thrilled, that 10 sets of 8 cards each are ready to go for Christmas!

I'm going to enter this into the Passion for PaperTrey Challenge to be inspired by a PTI design team member.
 

 
 

22 comments:

  1. Whoo hoo to getting ahead for Christmas! :) These really are lovely and are destined for my CASE file. That Botanical Silhouettes is one handy set!

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  2. Love them all! Even though I don't like red very much, the first card is my favorite!
    Have a nice day,
    greetings Judith

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  3. Wonderful set of cards Lynn and they make a lovely gift :)

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  4. GORGEOUS! The teacher who receives them will be thrilled!

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  5. These are downright gorgeous, and really a handy set for anyone. Thank you for showcasing the variety of this set.

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  6. Love these! Definitely adding these to my stash of ideas to CASE!

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  7. You do CAS so beautifully, Lynn! Each one of these is gorgeous!

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  8. Lynn I love this set of cards! Wonderful color choices. Love the simple layout too. You've inspired me to break out this set and get stamping!

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  9. What a beautiful and thoughtful gift! I love the variety of colors you chose.

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  10. These are perfectly beautiful for mass producing, WOW! I love the frilly flow of the leaf stems! I like the sentiments on each one too!

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  11. what a delightful gift!! Love how they all go together :) You are rocking that anniversary set :) Yay for Friday tomorrow :)Meeting a friend for drinks after work :) Hope your day goes well and the weekend as well...baseball? with accessories?

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  12. Such beautiful cards. Love the simplicity of them as well! :)

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  13. No one -- and I do mean no one -- rocks the Botanical Silhouettes set like you do. Love!

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  14. These are a super useful gift idea Lynn and such a simple, neat design.
    Jenny x

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  15. These are lovely. My favoite is the blue one at the bottom.

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  16. Oh Lynn - this set makes my heart skip a beat! So very fabulously CAS and gorgeous! I sure wish I taught your boys *wink*
    Thanks for joining us on A Passion for Papertrey!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  17. Ohhhhh, Lynn! So beautiful and CAS! I am in love!

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  18. Oh girl-you amaze me. :) These cards are simply gorgeous and I bet all the teachers who get your sons are giddy!

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  19. Wow, what a task! These cards are gorgeous and you've inspired me to make more than one card at a time. I'm sure those lucky teachers will be so pleased with the gift.
    Hugs
    Carol x

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  20. I always make batches, and like you, have found this set particularly useful for large quantities. I like the red card the best- it is bold and well, I just love it!

    Shelly X

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  21. Oh! These are beautiful! I so need to try harder not to embellish so much! They're definitely less expensive to mail, and yours pack such a punch!

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  22. lucky teachers - a lovely range of colours and sentiments for all occasions. You are organised too.

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