Time to play? Make the most of limited time

If you are ever short on time, but want to fit in a little crafting, consider working on one element of your card. For example, stamp a few images in waterproof ink to have on hand. Spend a little time coloring in one or more of your images. Then, the next time you need to put a card together quickly you'll have at least one image ready to go.

The images shown here are from our Greeting Card Kids stamp set. The retro feel is fun and there are 4 images for different seasons. Their size allows them to work on tags, too!

Stampin' Supplies: 
Stamps: Greeting Card Kids
Ink: StazOn Black, Stampin' Write Markers in Rich Razzleberry, Pumpkin Pie and Basic Black
Paper: Whisper White
Tools and Embellishments: none, yet!
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Comments

  1. This is great advice -- I have a box of "elements" just for quick projects!

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  2. Excellent idea, and may I add another? These are great to take along to work on while in a waiting room (dentist, doctor, etc.). A few images and the markers you'll need tuck easily in a purse, and you may get interest from other people in the waiting room!

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  3. Great idea! I may have to do that while I am waiting for my kids at their various activities.

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  4. Great idea, and great coloring, too!

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