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Hi all! This week I needed to make a card for a crafty party that I'm planning with my sister. There will be about ten people there and I wanted to create a card that everyone could make at the party. I thought this would be a great opportunity to share some tips on making mass producible cards.Use small amounts of patterned paper. Combine them to create larger patterned paper areas. Consider using stamps and ink for texture and the card sentiment. It is an economical way to stretch supplies because the only consumable supply is the cardstock, and you can use the stamp over and over. Instead of stickers or items that do not come in multiples, try using punches to create interest.For my card, I use Crate Paper's Emma's Shoppe 6x6 paper pad and the Sentiments stamp set form Penny Black. Enjoy!CHALLENGECreate a mass producible card. Upload it to the TwoPeas Gallery and select this week's Finally Friday challenge.SUPPLIESSolid Card Stock: Kraft (Stampin' Up!); Red (American Crafts)Patterned Paper: Emma's Shoppe 6x6 paper pad (Crate Paper)Grid Stamp: Graph Background stamp (Hero Arts)Sentiment Stamp: Sentiments stamp set (Penny Black)Candles Stamp: Candle Edge stamp (Penny Black)Ink: Fluid Chalk Ink in Chestnut Roan (Colorbox)Edge Punch: Postage Stamp Edge Punch (Fiskars)Corner Punch: Corner Chomper (We R Memory Keepers)Heart Punch: Three Heart Punch (Stampin' Up!)White Pen: Signo Broad (Uni-Ball)Miscellaneous: Glossy Accents (Ranger)Watch video below | Watch at YouTube []