Happy Thursday! Welcome back to another stamping therapy session. Today I am mass producing cards using the MISTI. The MISTI is such a great tool for stamping a bunch of cards. I use the MISTI in my everyday stamping but I especially love it for mass production of cards. I did 300 wedding invitations for a friend once. Let’s just say I wouldn’t do it again without the MISTI! There is lots of reasons to mass produce cards. Invitations for weddings, birthday parties, baby showers, graduation, and bridal showers. Announcements for pregnancy, baby, moving/new address, or whatever you might need announcements for. It’s also good to have thank you and sympathy cards on hand as well. Unity is selling the MISTI in the shop. Plus if you buy it from Unity you also get the mirror image stamping tool for free. How cool is that? Enough rambling onto the card!
I wanted to make something fun and unique for this pregnancy announcement. I used a total of 5 kits for this card! 4 different kits for the outside and one more kit for the hearts inside! That might be my record for most kits used on a card.
Mass producing cards using the MISTI
The inside announcement was done on the computer and printed. I did stamp the 3 little hearts from I Want You To Know kit as a number of hearts for the size of my family! This was a total last minute design. When I was laying out the announcement on my computer I remember this little stamp and thought it would work perfectly. I love Unity for that. Used 5 different kits and they all worked perfectly together! I did have to do some stamp surgery but, no big deal. Promise!! The stamps can be placed next to each other on the MISTI or an acrylic block and be stamped as one stamp as well. To me, that is the best of both worlds!
I just love that little baby succulent popped up and the white heart cut out behind it. Unity also has the foam squares in the shop now too. One stop shopping! Click here to check out all the crafty supplies that Unity offers!
I hope you found some inspiration on mass producing cards using the MISTI. If you missed last weeks stamping therapy post. Click here to take you to that blog post on how to make a cut away card. That is our time for today!
Thank you so much for joining me this Thursday.
Until next time, stamp on!