card production : slow and steady

I’ve been printing cards. I love the process – the designing, carving, printing and best of all – looking at the finished product. Sometimes the process goes smoothly, sometimes not so much. I’m still learning (and there is a lot to learn) but I’m having a great time doing so. I print on cards that I purchase – some are just plain paper (white or cream), some are simple backgrounds which are intended forΒ “embellishment”. I also like to work on cards that other people would consider finished or ready to use. The challenge is to improve upon an already great looking card.

Birthday card

yellow birthday card

thank you card

thank you note card

rack of cards out to dry

bicycle notecardI like to play with a variety of styles while I try to develop my personal style, with a sense of humor.

cards freshly printed

pride and prejudice and zombie card

cards on the rack

just for you card

what's up?I’m working on building inventory while I develop my selling strategy. How will I know when I have enough?

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18 thoughts on “card production : slow and steady

  1. Lynne Ayers says:

    Hopefully you’ll never have enough πŸ™‚


  2. Lovely cards Terri! I especially like the “for the birds” Just for You card and the stabbing With Love. Have you considered visiting a card shop like Papyrus and asking the manager if someone there might be willing to eyeball your portfolio? They mass produce cards, but I think their cards are very nice quality.


  3. Art and Picture Framing says:

    Never Enough is when u have enough – ha – You’ll always need an inventory keep printing πŸ™‚


  4. Great to see your work Terri. Love to see the inventory expanding. The bicycle stamp is super!


  5. ranu802 says:

    Hi Terri.
    I love your beautiful creation.You are really gifted.Throw some of your gifts,my way please!


  6. Fergiemoto says:

    They are lovely!
    The one with the bamboo is my favorite. I love the asian feel.


  7. Your cards are all nice, but the one that says “With Love” is my favorite πŸ™‚


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