15 min Cards

Catherine Pooler of Stamp Nation had a video where she and another person did a card in 15 minutes from start to finish.  Since it takes me quite a few hours to complete a card I decided to try and do it by using simple techniques.  Here are two I did and actually they only took 10 minutes.  Mostly because I wasn’t worrying about making them for anyone special.  It was amazing.  I obviously stress out too much normally which just takes more time.

Both cards I stenciled a partial background, stamped a large sentiment and added stamped and die cut embellishments.  On the third card I just sponged distress ink on the leaves and pumpkins and it was a lot faster than stamping and cutting.

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Welcome to my blog. I started my blog so that I could share all of the things that I am passionate about not only in the creative world but in all areas of my life. I retired over 10 years ago from the field of education. I was a Resource Specialist in a Teacher's Resource Library. My job allowed me to do the things I love every day. I love creating things with many different media. Papercrafting is my favorite. I helped teachers create bulletin boards and instructional materials for their classrooms. Now that I am retired I spend a lot of time creating cards and I love all of the different techniques and media available. I also am very active in wildlife conservation and spend many hours volunteering with the Wildlife Conservation Network.

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