Stack, Cut, & Shuffle Technique

Inspired by my downline, Cathy Schroeckenthaler to give the Stack, Cut, & Shuffle Technique a try.   It’s a great way to create a stack of cards quickly.

Stamp Set – Heartfelt Hexagons
Ink – Misty Moonlight, Flirty Flamingo, Mango Melody (retired)
Cardstock – Misty Moonlight, Magenta Madness (retired), Basic White, DSP (retired)
Accessories – Hexagon , Ribbon, Baker’s Twine, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Stampin’ Seal

I made 3 cuts on my DSP, so I needed 3 card bases & 3 mat layers.  If you do 4 cuts, then you will need 4 card bases & 4 mat layers. The DSP needs to be stacked and then cut so that all of the papers are cut exactly the same.

Here is a photo collage of my steps.

This is a great technique when you need a stack of cards and don’t have time to create individual layouts.   Try giving this technique a try with holiday papers and create Christmas cards lickety split!  You can make the front as simple or detailed as you want. For my cards, I chose a simple label with only ribbon/trim behind it.

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