Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Stamp Simply CELEBRATION - Day 3

Have you checked out what's been going on over on Sharon Johnson's blog??? She's having a HUGE Celebration which will last for 12 days and we are already on Day 3!!!


Here's what's happening today:

Jennifer Buck - The Buck Stamps Here - Jennifer has some BLOG CANDY today!

Joan Fricker - Joan’s Garden - Joan also has some BLOG CANDY today as well!

Tammy Hershberger - Stamp Happy
Do you like to get a lot done, and quick? Who doesn’t!!! Tammy’s Featured Project today is a Mass Production Project, but believe me, when Tammy does it, it will not look mass produced!!! Tammy also offers a Challenge today so you, too, can mass produce some cards quickly!!! Make sure to stop in at Tammy’s today!!!


I am lucky enough to be a "sample maker" for Tammy's challenge for Mass Production cards and I have some photos to show you! This is the card I designed & decided to mass produce.



These are the products I used for my card ... looks like a lot but it really isn't!

As I was laying out my original design, I cut/punched/edged all the pieces I would need and layed them out for quick assembly. Once I finally decided what I wanted, it took NO time to have a half dozen cards ready to send!!

Here they are ALL together ...
Don't forget to check out the samples made by these talented ladies:
Julie Koerber - Out to Impress
Leslie Miller - Running With Scissors
Sharon Johnson - No Time To Stamp
And, just for clarification: Anyone can play ANY of the challenges by ANY of the hostesses during our 12 days of Stamp Simply Celebrates!!! You DO NOT have to have a Blog to play — uploading your project to SCS (Splitcoaststampers.com) is not only permissible, but HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. When doing so, use the KEYWORD SSC08.

19 comments:

  1. very cute stuff Darlene, love the vintage feel to them!!
    they look great!

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  2. Darlene, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your card!!! What a fun one!!!! So festive and I love that Santa!!! How fun and it surely does NOT look like a mass produced card -- it is GREAT!!!

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  3. These are gorgeous! I can't believe you made so many!!! I am definitely not good at mass producing cards!

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  4. What a wonderful Santa! I love ow you showed all the mass produced pieces before assembling! I think that it shows how very doable this terrific card is!

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  5. Hail to the Vintage Queen! These cards are fabulous! I'm so honored to have one of my very bestest friends doing my challenge today, too! Thanks for your beautiful samples!

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  6. Darlene!! These are fantastic!!
    Have a wonderful day girfriend!!

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  7. Lovely card! I am really getting inspired by these "mass produced" masterpieces.

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  8. That is lovely! What a beautiful design, you would never know it was mass produced!

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  9. WOW Girl!! I'm so amazed at how FAST you are at stamping!! You always have some really cool projects to show us!! :) TFS!!

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  10. What a wonderful set of cards!! You did a beautiful job with this challenge

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  11. What a fabulous card! I love it! Thanks for posting my anniversary card and for all your kind words!

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  12. What totally gorgeous cards!
    ps. I gave you an award on my blog today.

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  13. Marvelous design Darlene! Love the vintage feel and muted colors!

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  14. Darlene, this is a really cute design for a mass production card! I just love the vintage look--vintage, but fun. Thanks for giving us such a great visual with your photos!

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  15. Gorgeous, Darlene. You KNOW how much I love that Santa!
    LeAnne

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  16. Darlene, these are so adorable! Love those stamps! Fabulous challenge cards!

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  17. What a fantastic bunch of cards!! Love seeing the pre-assembled picture too!!
    hugs, Jami

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  18. That vintage Santa just really makes the card! What a fun and festive design!!

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Darlene