Mass Produced Cards
Hello All - it's been a crazy week for me - I have been stamping away and getting a bunch of card orders and lunchtin orders finished up - I am now in the home stretch! This is one of the cards that I mass produced for some of the altered lunchtins. It's a great looking card, but easy to mass produce. I totally love the DP which is Magnolia - their paper rocks! The stampset is none other than Papertrey - which is also one of my faves! I have some new card orders as well, so I will have something new up for you soon.............PLUS I will be designing some cards for my design teams - Hambo Stamps and My Favorite Things! They have some really supah cute stamps that I am just dying to ink up! :)

Recipe:
Stamps: PaperTrey
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Taken with Teal, Magnolia DP
Ink: Taken with Teal, Ruby Red, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive
Accessories: Paper Piercer, Ribbon, Brads

18 comments:

Laura said...

Ooo, I love that patterned paper; too cute! Great card; simple, but supah (as you would say..LOL) PRETTY!!!

beate said...

Kendra, your card is gorgeous! I love everything you create. You are simply amazing!

Amy said...

That is a gah-geous card dah-ling. :) Love the paper!

Great job!

Angie Z. said...

Love it! The colors are great and I love that paper!
~Angie

Kendra! Hello! Just thought I would stop by and I just wanted to tell you I LOVE your blog banner -- gorgeous! In fact, everything on your blog is awesome!

What a great card, Kendra! I love the colors and everything!

Kirsten said...

This is SO one of my favorite PP lines! I just bought one of the Magnolia "stacks" at Hobby Lobby the other day, and can't wait to get home to use it! Very cute card! Hugs, Kirsten

Tara said...

Oooh, love the card, the pp matches the stamps and colours perfectly!!!

amazing card! I've got to find those magnolia stacks somewhere.... Can't believe this was "easy" to mass produce, so many lovely details... gorgeous!

mnhyrkas at SCS said...

My neighbor just asked me to make a lunchtin and 10 cards for inside of it. I'm not sure how much to charge her. I'd be doing something similar in type of card/materials used. Can you let me know how much you charge to give me an idea? pm me at SCS or mnhyrkas at yahoo dot com

Michelle said...

Great card! I love all the little details you added to make it extra special.

Wow! I like it!

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You are a busy, busy woman, but what a wonderful occupation! You do so much and so well! Love the way this looks with the paper and colors. No scrimping on the design, either--it's fabulous!

Absolutely love this, as with all of your creations! Have added you to my blog! :)

Fabulous card! By the way, you've been tagged, see my blog!

Heidi said...

Kendra, this card is amazing! And the great thing is, I have all of the stuff you used to make it!!! I love MME eye too especially the Magolia collection!

mnhyrkas said...

I'm just realizing when I googled my user name that in the above post I gave out my email address. Can you delete for me please? thanks so much.

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I am 45, with 2 grown daughters and a gorgeous grandson. I'm also married to the most amazing man. I work as an Office Manager for a Hospice agency. I started stamping and papercrafting over 12 years ago. I would never have dreamed then that I would now be in the company of some of the best stampers out there and had the honor of being able to be on some wonderful design teams! This blog will feature my creations and a few tidbits about my life!

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