As I said, I set up my Birthday Basics turnabout stamp in my original MISTI and picked out 4 colors of ink from My Favorite Things that I love together. I also got out a sheet of kraft cardstock and white cardstock and cut them in quarters, making a total of 8 A2 size cardfronts. I also needed a few extra turnabout jigs for this so I picked up a couple extra from Concord & 9th, but you could also make your own out of cardstock (like we used to do in the pre-jig days).
I put the jig with card front in the first position and stamped with the pink ink. Then I switched out the jig to another with a blank card front and put it in the first position and stamped with the pink ink. I went ahead and stamped all the fronts with the pink ink and then cleaned off the stamp. It saves a lot of time not having to clean the stamp every single time you stamp!
Then I put the jig in position 2 and stamped with the green ink. And continued with all the fronts. Then I did the blue and purple inks. When I was done, I had 8 card fronts on 2 different colors of cardstock!
To make the shaker card, I took one of the kraft panels and die cut an opening with a Lawn Fawn die. I got a white cardstock base and stamped with the word and confetti images from the Birthday Basics set with the same ink colors. I added 2 layers of craft foam with a circle cut out of them, and filled the opening with the Enchanting sequin mix from Little Things from Lucy's Cards - it's the perfect match for my colors! Finally I sealed off the opening with some Duralar film and it was done!
My second and third cards are a twofer - I made one with bits left over from the other!
I used the dies in the matching die set and also the Altenew Bold Alphabet die set for the HAPPY letters.
And I still have 6 card fronts left to make into cards!! Such a great way to save time making multiple cards (and they don't all have to be the same design).
Thanks very much for stopping by my blog and hope you have a great day! ~Maureen
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