If you find yourself running behind on your card making, the assembly line approach may make it a little easier to get the job done. That being said, assembly line does not have to all look the same. Create your first card (which was displayed in my April 15 post) and then from there use the first card and the same supplies as inspiration for more cards. Vary the colors, placement and orientation in order to provide a subtle change. This grouping of four cards is a great example of this approach. It is also a great way to do your own personal card challenge, see how many different designs you can come up with using the same basic supplies. Hope this helps you to get hopping along!
My intention of this blog is to provide inspiration and share my creative adventures with you. I am a freelance designer, teacher and author working in the craft and hobby industry. It is my sincere hope that through this blog and my work that you will be inspired to create!