Hey, crafty friends! Do you have plans to make your Christmas card this year, but haven’t gotten started yet? Are you looking for some inspiration and ideas to help kick start some card mass production? Then you are in the right place! This week, both Taylor and I have projects to share that are perfect for mass production using the Jolly Holly Background cling & clear stamp combo set.

The Jolly Holly Background cling & clear stamp combo set includes a red rubber background stamp that features outline holly leaves and berries and is sized perfectly to fill an A2 card front. The set also includes a mini clear acrylic set with the solid holly leaves and berries stamps to easily add color to the outline images of the background stamp. You can create a multi-colored image on your project with just a few impressions!

There’s a great promotion in the Taylored Expressions webstore to help you get crafting on your holiday cards. The Jolly Holly Background cling & clear stamp combo set is 15% off now through Sunday, November 10th and you will also receive a holiday mix 12 pack of envelopes for FREE!

Watch the video below to see how I created the card I am sharing today that I created with the Jolly Holly Background cling & clear stamp combo set:

In the video, I take you start to finish through my card creation process as I create six cards with the same design. I share how I stamped the solid holly leaves and berries images first and then stamped the outline overlay over the top using Sugar Cube ink. It takes a little planning, but the results are worth it.

Here’s a closer look at my mass production card design:

I stamped the solid holly leaves using Granny Smith and Avocado inks. The berries are stamped with Watermelon ink and the overlay is stamped with Sugar Cube ink.

The sentiment on the card is from the Handlettered Holiday 2 stamp set. I stamped the sentiment onto the coordinating die cut using Sugar Cube ink on Watermelon cardstock. Watch the video above to see how I set up a template in my MISTI (stamp positioning tool) so that I can quickly and easily stamp multiple sentiments onto the coordinating die cuts perfectly every time!

A tip to keep mass production quick and easy is to pare down design elements that will take up lots of of your time. You don’t want to spend lots of time fussy cutting or piecing intricate layers on mass production projects.

There are a few things you can do to step up your projects that don’t add too much time, but make a big impact. On this project a few of my extras are adding ink spatters, popping up the sentiment with foam squares, and adding a few sequins for embellishment.

Here’s a look at the supplies that you need to complete this project:

I hope my project has inspired you for your holiday card crafting! Make sure to stop by the blog again this Thursday to see the mass production card that Taylor designed using the Jolly Holly Background cling & clear stamp combo set. Thank you so much for stopping by today!

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