Video tutorial - Ideas for mass producing Diwali cards

Hello dear crafters, Namaste!

I am Ishani and with Navratri, India starts the season of festivals and it ends only with Christmas, so we are in a festive mood for three months. I am sharing a video tutorial today where I am using one stamp set and showing you ideas of easy and quick designs for mass production of Diwali cards.



In my examples today, I have limited my supplies, I am using almost same products but trying to achieve a different look for each of the cards, also keeping it easy to make multiples of.




For my first card,


I have used Lakshmi stamp from the Shubh-Labh stamp set and Geometric flowers stencil for the background. Quick stamping in colored inks for easy card, for making in multiples.


Products used
Stamp -  Shubh-Labh
Stencil - Geometric flowers
Color Mist - Lemon tart
Cardstocks - Natural white
                     Rich Red
Ink pad- Red/ Crimson ink
Anti static tool - Ranger anti static pouch
Embossing powder  - Gold super fine detail
Stamping block -Acrylic block
Tape - Double sided foam tape
Ink -Versamark ink
 
For my Second card, 

I am using the feet from the stamp set Shubh-Labh and the Geometric flowers stencil for a subtle background.

Products used
Stamp -  Shubh-Labh
Stencil - Geometric flowers
Color Mist -Autumn blaze
Cardstocks - Natural white
                     Rich Red
Ink pad- Red/ Crimson ink
Pen - Zig clean color real brush pen
Anti static tool - Ranger anti static pouch
Embossing powder  - Gold super fine detail
Stamping Platform -Tim Holtz stamp platform
Tape - Double sided foam tape
Ink -Versamark ink

For the last card,


I made a background with Shri and Swastik mini stamps in the set and heat embossed happy Diwali on the Rich red cardstock.


Products used
Stamp -  Shubh-Labh
Cardstocks - Natural white
                     Rich Red
Ink pad- Red/ Crimson ink
Anti static tool - Ranger anti static pouch
Embossing powder  - Gold super fine detail
Stamping Platform -Tim Holtz stamp platform
Tape - Double sided foam tape
Ink -Versamark ink

I hope you are inspired by these examples. Having many stamps is always great for making cards, but if you are on a budget and can buy one stamp for Diwali, I cannot recommend Shubh-Labh enough.

Video -  Watch the video tutorial below to learn how I made the cards I am sharing today.


Hope you will make cards for family and friends with these ideas in mind, do tag us #craftangles when you share them in social media. Also, there is a sale on right now in the store and this stamp set is only Rs 350/- , so grab it before they get out of stock.

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Thank you, Happy Navratri and advance wishes for a happy Diwali :)

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