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Old 12-03-2008, 09:07 AM   #1
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Default Easily mass produced, flat, Chirstmas card with WOW factor wanted

I am starting to stress about my Christmas cards. I've been searching the gallery to no avail yet. Why is it so hard to find a card that is easily reproduced (70) flat, for easy mailing, and has a nice WOW factor? Oh and as an added kink I am trying to come up with one using sets and supplies I already have

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I haven't really begun my mass production of my Christmas cards yet. So in that aspect I am in the same boat. I have a few designs lined up and will go with them. And for those on my list that don't appreciate homemade (can you believe there are some) I will send them the "store" cards with my childrens picture printed on it. I get them done at Costco.
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Flat: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...500&ppuser=362

Flat: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...500&ppuser=362

Not entirely flat, but certainly easy to mass produce: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...500&ppuser=362

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If you search the Gallery using keywords such as clean and simple, CAS, one layer, no layer, ccc06, ccc07, ccc08, you might find something that catches your eye.
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These one's I did (sorry haven't had the chance to upload them to my gallery on here yet) are super quick and easy: http://prairiepaperandink.typepad.co...-sketch-1.html - with the shimmer cardstock and embossing they are definitely more WOW in real life and most definitely FLAT!
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LOVE these, Julie!!

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I am starting to stress about my Christmas cards. I've been searching the gallery to no avail yet. Why is it so hard to find a card that is easily reproduced (70) flat, for easy mailing, and has a nice WOW factor? Oh and as an added kink I am trying to come up with one using sets and supplies I already have

Not really looking for advice, just wondering if anyone else is in my boat?

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There are a ton of cards in the gallery that are easily reproducible and flat, the thing is to take those ideas or concepts and tweak them to your supplies.

I also find that the WOW factor that I am looking for is achieved with heat embossing or bling (I love stickles for this) which is something that isn't easily seen in photographs. HTH
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Here is one of my oldie but goodie flat Christmas card designs:

Sunset Santa card

I first made this design for Christmas cards in 2006 but I made a few of them again this year but with a blue twilight sky and I added some glitter to the trees and snow line.

The masking and chalking don't take too long and as the stamping is done in black and there is no colouring in, it makes for a good card to mass produce.
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You could do this on one piece of cardstock, flat, and use only one set if you have Lovely As a Tree
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=23790

If you have this Cuttlebug folder, it's flat and pretty fast too:
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Did you see this one? You could omit the ribbon bow and draw a line for the ornament string with a pen.

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=51405
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LOVE these, Julie!!
Thanks, Shari!

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These one's I did (sorry haven't had the chance to upload them to my gallery on here yet) are super quick and easy: http://prairiepaperandink.typepad.co...-sketch-1.html - with the shimmer cardstock and embossing they are definitely more WOW in real life and most definitely FLAT!
Very beautiful and impressive. Thanks for sharing!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Did you see this one? You could omit the ribbon bow and draw a line for the ornament string with a pen.

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Great card...fabulous idea!
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http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=51405
That is a great card. You could even punch the circle ornament out of lovely pattern paper and adhere instead of stamping. (shh!)
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These are all fantastic, thanks for the specific inspiration
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You could do this on one piece of cardstock, flat, and use only one set if you have Lovely As a Tree
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=23790

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Roxie your cards are beautiful!
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Here is mine: //www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1150122?cat=500&ppuser=159448

It's a little hard to tell, but the stickles really gives it the shimmer. I did these with supplies I had on hand.
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I made 100 of these for my mom last year...

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I loved doing this one last year. I should have used it as my Christmas card, because it was much less extravagant than the card I actually sent out. It is on shimmer white cardstock, which adds a little something to it.
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I went to the gallery and cased cards using the stamp sets that I have. I found several different ones that were really fast and had the WOW factor. I did up 10 of each one so that I could send cards to each side of the family and still have them each get a different card. Sorry I still haven't figured out how to link pictures and I haven't started a gallery of my own yet, it is on my to do list in the new year. Good luck making your cards. All the other cards that I have seen on this thread are wonderful, thanks for sharing.
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I have a different take...in that b/c I make so many other homemade gifts, with stamped tags, labeling, etc. I don't make my xmas cards! I figure the season is busy enough, and to not add the stress on top of it. Plus, b/c you send to so many people, and most people just toss them, i figure may as well just by the $5 boxes at Target. Sometimes I will just make a few nice cards for my family members, hubby, close friends - people who i know appreciate the handiwork.

My advice if you haven't started yet, is not to! However, if you have to make them, I think a simple cut of red/green cardstock with a simple graphic and sentiment stamped in black on the front. Maybe add a little glitter and your done. I'm sure the brilliant ladies here will have some great suggestions!
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Here's my no layer card that I'll be making a lot of this holiday. There's a lot of sparkle with the glitter that doesn't show quite as well in the photo:

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I have some simple flat (or almost flat) cards on my blog. I haven't had the chance to post them in my gallery yet. They can be found here, here, and here.
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Oh, stampinsweeney, I favorited your card last year and I CASED and sent it out. It is gorgeous, simple and doesn't cost extra to mail!
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Thanks to the OP for starting this thread...each and every card linked here is DA BOMB!!!! Thanks to you all for sharing!
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These were two of mine from last year:
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=38381
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The bows can of course be taken off so that they are flater, although the cording on the lake one doesn't add much bulk.
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Here is one of mine for this year

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...&ppuser=132265

Pretty simple, just stamping, and I too like to add embossing for the extra pop!

I just started making my 90 today - and yes, I am also feeling a little pressure
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http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=55470 SNOWBANK CARD
This one you could easily leave off the gingham bow

http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=55470 TRIPLE EMBOSSED
This one you could do with the circle punch instead of the metal edge tag
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These one's I did (sorry haven't had the chance to upload them to my gallery on here yet) are super quick and easy: http://prairiepaperandink.typepad.co...-sketch-1.html - with the shimmer cardstock and embossing they are definitely more WOW in real life and most definitely FLAT!
Amy these are gorgeous! I had to case you, hope that's o.k. Here is my version:
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Definately not as good as your's but I still like it.

I also did this one today too. I'm having too much fun with these flat cards: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=38381
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Amy these are gorgeous! I had to case you, hope that's o.k. Here is my version:
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=38381
Definately not as good as your's but I still like it.

I also did this one today too. I'm having too much fun with these flat cards: http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=38381
I think you did a fab job - I left a comment on both uploads too!!
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I think you did a fab job - I left a comment on both uploads too!!
Aww, thanks! And thanks for the gallery love.
I'm loving this thread! So many ideas!
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http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=23790

If you have this Cuttlebug folder, it's flat and pretty fast too:
http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...0&ppuser=23790
Wow- the ones made with "Lovely as a Tree" are wonderful- I just got this set today and can't wait to play with it!! A great holiday card and nice and flat too
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I have a few cards that I'm experimenting with for my cards this year. With this one, //www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1146121?cat=500&ppuser=180230 you could leave off the foam mounting tape & it would be a 'flat' card.

This one is really easy, no stamping at all, just a Cuttlebug, some stickers & a good pair of scissors //www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1144382?cat=500&ppuser=180230 you can also do it in different colours like, this one //www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1144379?cat=500&ppuser=180230

Hope these give you some more/other ideas. My other cards this year (I can't just stick to 1 or 2 designs) can't be flattened & take a lot more time or care.

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WOW Such beautiful cards and lots of inspiration. You gals of SCS are the best. I was in the same boat as the OP and was feeling kind of down, but this thread has given me enough ideas to keep me busy tomorrow.

Also it feels good to know that I am not the only starting out this late on my Christmas cards.

Thanks all of you and have a productive weekend,
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That's beautiful but it doesn't look that easy to me! Tips??
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Wow! I should have read this before I started my cards. I made several different kinds. One kind would have been much faster. There's always next year!!
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wow i love one layer clean cards these are great!!!
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