Jacqueline's tips for mass producing cards:
When mass producing cards, first decide on one design. If want to make assorted multiples, still come up with your design first and commit to a certain number of cards for each design.
Once you have the design, make a sample to work off of.
Measure and cut all the paper that you're going to need and keep it in separate stacks. Do the same thing when stamping and/or embossing images, die cutting, etc. Prepare each item separately and get all the materials you're going to need.
Next, start setting things up like a little assembly line and complete each step start to finish. For example, stamp and emboss all the images first, then attach them to matting, then add glitter, then attach to card base, then add embellishments, etc.
Helper alert > I can already be sure my stamping is going to go alot
faster this year with the aid of my Misti tool. Best product, hands
down, for mass producing stamped images.
When making multiple cards this way, it's easy to find a good stopping point if need be and pick up again with the next step.
Once you get the stamping, embossing, coloring, etc. on the main portion complete, you can recruit kids, friends, etc. to help assemble the cards. All they'll have to do is follow the sample card. Give them each a part and pass it along the line (like your own little card-making sweatshop). LOL