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Happy Monday to you, Honey Bee friends! It’s Melissa from Just Dandy Studio here with you today. Lately, I’ve been on a kick of making multiple cards at the same time. I like to choose 4-5 colors to work with, die-cut my images in all of those colors and then mix them all up on each card. My cards for today feature the following products and ones that have a permanent spot on my desk (LOVE them) … the Sweet stamp set and Honey Cuts + Coffee Break Honey Cuts + A2 Double Stitched Frames.

Light pink, hot pink, orange, yellow and turquoise were the colors I chose. I wanted them to be bright and happy and these colors always scream that to me and make me super happy! 🙂 I started by prepping all of my card bases and set them aside. Next, I die cut all of my white rectangles (from the A2 Double Stitched Frames) and stamped ‘Hello‘ on each one. I set those aside and then moved onto die-cutting ‘Sweet’ multiple times … one in each of the colors and then 5 as my bases to attach the colorful ones.

I cut and separated each of the letters in ‘Sweet‘ and then mixed them up and attached them to the white ‘Sweet‘ bases. Those were then attached just underneath the ‘Hello‘.  I then stamped and attached ‘Heart‘, with dimensional foam, just underneath. I added die-cut hearts (from the Coffee Break Honey Cuts) around my sentiment and then wrapped white twine around the bottom before attaching them to my card base with more dimensional foam. A few clear sequins were added to finish it off.

And that’s it. Creating multiple cards at one time may seem like a lot more work, but to me it takes no time when you are doing it in steps. I hope you enjoyed these as much as I enjoyed creating them and that they brighten your Monday. Thanks so much for visiting today!

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