Bulk MISTI Card Technique + Simon Says Stamp Giveaway!

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Hi Crafters,
I hope you enjoyed the video hop to kick off my April celebration of 1 Million Youtube Views where you have a chance to win FIVE fabulous giveaways. And as promised, I will have a video and giveaway each weekday this month. Today I have a wonderful bulk card tutorial. As I mentioned in the video, if I were to have created one card, it would have taken me about 30 minutes. I made four cards in 40 minutes - much more efficient use of my time. Today's giveaway for a $25 gift certificate is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp (see entry details below).



I love all the details of the collages and I love how each card is unique and different! The More Spring Flowers Stamp and Dies Set is great for any occasion!

I joined the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Rainbow

I've entered this card into the Stamp Ink Paper Challenge

Supply List:
I have linked to both the stamp and dies separately, as well as the bundle with both included.

(If you are inspired by my videos or blogs, please shop through the links. I make a small commission at no cost to you that helps support my blog, channel and future giveaways.





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289 comments

  1. Beautiful job on these cards Justine , the stamp set is very tempting ๐Ÿ˜† .

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  2. Love these cards, so awesome and quick. Thanks for sharing. Love your videos.

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  3. I love making multiples of a card, it does save so much time. I like your technique for the flowers and leaves, I'm going to have to try doing it that way next time!

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  4. Gorgeous cards, I love these flowers and the technique you used makes them look even more beautiful! Again congrats on the milestone!

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  5. What a great technique! Love the colors.

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  6. Love the cards...so talented....thank you for sharing

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  7. Great tutorial! You always do wonderful tutorials. I'm also trying to do more multiple cards at once. CONGRATULATIONS on your accomplishment!

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  8. Wow, I love how you were able to make so many cards using the stamp set with the misti. Flower stamp sets are one of my favorites. I don't have that exact one but am excited to try this technique with the ones I already have! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. These are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I'll have to give it a try when I get my replacement magnets for my MISTI mini.

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  10. love these cards! Congrats on your million milestone :)

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  11. Such a great idea. Love them.

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  12. Love the bulk card idea and the inspiration to do more of them. Keep up the good work!

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  13. Wow Justine!! The color blends you used were stunning! Love them!!!

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  14. Congratulations on your success and thank you for sharing all these inspiring videos!

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  15. Love the cards. Thanks for the inspiring video and the chance to win.

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  16. Gorgeous cards :) thanks for the tutorial

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  17. Love all the pretty colors of your flowers, they make such a happy card!

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  18. very pretty cards.....would make a great gift pack for someone.....thanks for sharing!!!!

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  19. Great video as usual, I must give this technique a try!!

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  20. Really good idea!! I love rhat it is efficient and super super beautiful!!! :)

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  21. Thanks for the awesome video! Love your ideas and these cards are fabulous!!

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  22. Beautiful cards, I love how you where able to get so many color options and combinations out of the flowers!

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  23. Will be using your method for making multiples of cards. I love my stamp positioner...really saves time. Thanks for your videos...they are helpful.

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  24. Will be using your method for making multiples of cards. I love my stamp positioner...really saves time. Thanks for your videos...they are helpful.

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  25. Beautiful card set. I totally agree with you on making several cards at once. You have the supplies out so why not. Congrats,

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  26. Will be using your method for making multiples of cards. I love my stamp positioner...really saves time. Thanks for your videos...they are helpful.

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  27. Beautiful cards as always! I was on the fence about this stamp set but u made me want it now!

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  29. Your beautiful flower cards, heralding the arrival of Spring, are exactly what I needto brighten this rainy, cloudy day! Thank you for yet another engaging video; so enjoy watching the magic unfold! Inspired and inspiring!
    ~carol

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  30. Beautiful cards! I love the bright colors :)

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  31. I really enjoyed your video and learned a lot. Thank you for making these videos and instructing those of us who are inexperienced with card making.

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  32. Great cards! Love the multitasking

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  33. I love your ideas! Beautiful cards!

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  34. Great cards! These would be a wonderful gift.

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  35. Beautiful set of cards! I love the color variations and gorgeous flowers!

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  36. I love your video technique. I will use this technique in all of my card making for now on. Your cards are absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Yes, please enter me. Thanks for having this giveaway.๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŽจ✂️

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  37. Your cards are so unique and love this technique! I'm always wanting a way to make more than one card just to have on hand or to give as a set and this is PERFECT!! Thanks for sharing!! Bev Chester

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  38. Beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Love the cards!! REally want this stamp set - have the original and the christmas sets. Loving the misti for making multiples, so practical and efficient!!

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  40. Love this stamp set! Very cool, quick card that is beautiful!

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  41. Awesome technique. This makes my day! Thank you for sharing.

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  42. Beautiful cards, loved the stamp set. The Misti is really a god send when doing a lot of cards.

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  43. Yes! Please do more bulk card videos. They are such time-savers and you end up with so many more pretty cards! The cards you did today are just lovely.!

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  45. I always enjoy your cards, your tutorials on Distress Ink were how I got started with that product!

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  46. Your cards are lovely! I tried to pin the image but there was nothing there to pin. Sorry!

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    1. It is fixed now! Thanks for pointing that out!

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  47. Pretty cards. Nice way to get several cards done at once.

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  48. I love it that we can be efficient, and still create beauty. Thanks!

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  49. I LOVE making bulk cards, such an efficient use of time! I love these cards so much that I'm going to try your method today! Thanks for sharing!

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  50. Thanks for the inspiration. Congrats on your 1,000.000 views!

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  51. Love how bold and bright these flowers are!

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  52. I love the cards and I so want that stamp set and the new garden one from Altenew. Love both of the set. Your cards are so petty.

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  53. Super cute card! Love your clever techniques for ombre effect. I am going to try your techniques.

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  54. Gorgeous cards Justine, I just ordered this stamp set and now I'm even more excited to get it! It is such a smart idea to make more then 1 card when u have everything out, I really should try this myself. Thank you for an awesome video, and a chance to win the giveaway!!!

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  55. Thank you for turning me on to the nuvo drops! Love them!

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  56. Love these cards! So pretty!

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  57. Love the cards. Yes, I think it is better use of time to make more than one. Those Nuvo drops are great.

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  58. These are beautiful! I need to try this!

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  59. Beautiful cards, love the mass card production, I find it more efficient use of my craft time too. Love those Nuvo Drops on your cards, a pretty detail.

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  60. I really enjoyed this video since I am drooling over these two stamp sets right now from SSS. Beautiful work and I love this batch card making technique.

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  61. Very nice card set! Love the colors!

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  62. Thanks for your giveaway and inspiration. Happy I discovered you and your beautiful cards!

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  63. Thanks for your giveaway and inspiration. Happy I discovered you and your beautiful cards!

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  64. Absolutely love the distressed colors and how you put the cards together! They turned out beautiful as all your cards do! Thank you for the opportunity to be in the giveaway pool!!

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  65. Love this idea! What cute cards.

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  66. Great cards and tips. I often forget that it doesn't take that much more time to do bulk cards. Great reminder.

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  67. I need to get faster with my card making, Justine! I like how you used distress ink panels to cut your flowers from...the transition of color on each flower and leaf adds a lot of interest! Thanks for sharing!

    Pam K

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  68. Beautiful Justine!!!
    I just started my distress ink collection...I'm definitely going to add this to my list of things to try!!!

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  69. Just gorgeous! Love the colors ❤️

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  70. Great idea for coloring the flowers!

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  71. Christina Reece3 April 2017 at 16:09

    What a beautiful card. I'm really loving flowers right now and this is a great way to put them to good use!! Thanks for sharing!

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  72. Beautiful cards. So much easier to make multiple cards with the Misti. Thanks for another great video. I'm looking forward to the others this month.

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  73. Terrific cards, that stamp set is so very pretty! And I try to make duplicates when making just one also!! sure is a time saver!

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  74. Beautiful! Love how you made this and can't wait to study your video!!!

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  75. I love the beauty of your cards and they didn't turn out the same.
    Simon says stamp has some products l can't wait to try, the next time l am at the craft store.

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  76. Great cards. Like the idea of make no several.

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  77. Absolutely gorgeous. I just love the colors.

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  78. Great and clever tutorial ! No more white borders on die cuts. I love that ! Thank you !

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  79. Such beautiful colored cards, thanks for the video.

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  80. Lovely cards and I make many sets of cards as gifts, so very helpful. Thank you

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  81. Stunning cards! You make this look so easy!

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  82. Your explanation for why making bulk cards actually saves time makes so much sense. I've often made bulk cards just because I use a Cricut or Silhouette so I'm already cutting into that sheet of paper. I just bought a stamp positioner so I have to keep that in mind for my stamped cards too!

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  83. Love your cards! What a great idea to make a whole set!!! Thank you for sharing!!!

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  84. I make bulk cards most of the time and would love to see more like this

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  85. beautiful! I like how you colored the paper before die cutting!

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  86. These are a gorgeous set of cards. I love them.

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  87. Love the idea of mass producing they are so pretty as always thank you

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  88. Love your video. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  89. Well done, Justine. The stamps are so unique with the stitching element. And I'm with you.....multiple cards at one sitting.....why not???

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  90. Beautiful cards. Live making more than one!

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  91. I think the biggest time saver here is inking/blending the paper *before* stamping. When we stamp and emboss first, we get way too fussy with the inking and this technique takes that element out of it completely! Slap the ink on without any regard for placement or shading, and it still comes out just beautiful!!!

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  92. Lovely cards! I really like the idea of distress ink blending first, then stamping the images!

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  93. love the cards! definitely into the idea of making cards in bulk since there's so many occasions you could use flower cards for!

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  94. So beautiful, Justine!! I love the Distress blending and making a few cards in bulk this way. They are similar, but different still. Love this!

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  95. Really smart to do multiples for the reasons you mentioned. Even better when they are as pretty as these!

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  96. Wow these are beautiful! I'm just starting to attempt bulk card making.

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  97. I just recently subscribed to your youtube channel and so glad I did. You are very informative, awesome cards, and ideas. Thank you for sharing your talent and time.

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  98. Great tips for making multiples! Gorgeous cards.

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  99. I love the multi card way of making them...I have been making cards for my church to send it shut ins...this is a great way of doing them

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  100. Extremely pretty cards. Love the colors you used and adore that stamp set! Great job.

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  101. Lovely cards and really great tips for bulk production--thanks so much, and congratulations!

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  102. As always Justine, I love your cards. Your blending is always flawless! I love the little pad under the ink pad, I've started doing that. These cards look so much more complicated than they were.

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  103. what a great idea for making more cards in an efficient way! these are beautiful cards too!

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  104. Great cards, will watch video on the big screen!

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  105. I love your beautiful cards. I enjoyed the video very much.

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  106. Beautiful cards and a great way to do multiple cards.

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  107. Beautiful flowers. Bulk cardmaking is a great timesaver. Smart idea.

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  108. I only ordered these stamps and these cards really make me want the dies!

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  109. Love the "bulk" method of making cards, and your wonderful use of color!

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  110. Lovely cards. I'm trying to do more cards this year also. Good luck!

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  111. Awesome cards! Love the colors and design.

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  112. I'm so glad that I discovered your YouTube. Your work is great.

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  113. This is such a great way to use outline stamps in a new way! It would also be great to add colored pencil detail to as well. Thank you for the technique!

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  114. Love watching your videos! I need to get some distress inks!

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  115. Loved the video and the cards. I almost always make two of the same cards at every session. It just makes sense.

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  116. Love this Justine! I have the other SSS stamp set similar to this and needed ideas.

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  117. Such fun, spring-like colors!!! Congrats on your milestone and TFS.

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  118. Wow. This is great. Time saver and beautiful.

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  119. Beautiful card, Justine! I totally don't mind if those are not the realistic colors for the flowers, because I think they look stunning! And I love the variation of color you get when doing this ink blending technique. Thank you!! ^-^

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  120. What a great way to mass produce cards! Thanks for the tip.

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  121. Your video was really kewl to watch and see how the misti creates spot on images :) those cards are fantastic

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  122. Of course you would use ink blending in a way I hadn't thought of! It turned out sooooo pretty.

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  123. Love these cards! I think I'm going to have to make a few using the distress technique!

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  124. I love, love, love your cards! Great idea to distress a bunch of different colors at a time to make multiple cards. I have to start doing this.

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  125. Beautiful set of cards! I love your blending with the distress inks!!

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  126. I love your cards, always! But I really enjoy your sense of humor & style. You put such thought in your cards. And it really shows your love of what you do!! Keep up the great work!! Congratulations again!!

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  127. Lovely cards! I love using the Misti for bulk cards. I just finished making 60 thank you cards for my cousin's wedding. I don't know how I could have done that without the MISTI!!

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  128. Hi there! I am brand new to your channel. I am loving your videos!! :)

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  130. Beautiful set of cards! I just ordered that stamp set and am awaiting its arrival. Can't wait to play with it! Congratulations!!!

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  131. These cards are beautiful!! I love that you got so many cards out of this one effort...I'm going to try to do that this year! One question...what container are you using for your mini distress inks?

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  132. I never think to make multiple cards at one time until after I've completed the project lol! Beautiful cards!

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  133. Great cards! Now why didn't I think of that? Lovely bright spring colors. Thanks for the video.

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  134. I love making sets of cards like these! Great cards! Thanks!

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  135. These are wonderful - thanks so much for sharing!!

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  136. I am just starting to learn how to make my own cards!!! I absolutely love these! Thank you for sharing your talent with me!!!

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  137. Wow stunning cards love them

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  138. Such pretty cards and love the technique. Thanks for the tip on multitasking.

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  139. Beautiful cards! Thanks for sharing.

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  140. Really beautiful and bright cards! So, so pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  141. Beautiful! Please keep sharing ideas on making multiple cards at one time. I love doing that and gifting people with a small set.

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  142. Loved the video on this Thank You card. The flowers are so nice and so is your technique!

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  143. Justine, you are a true inspiration! I love all of your videos and appreciate everything that you share with us. After watching your videos, I always have new ideas on how to use what I have in a way that I have not recently considered. :) THANK YOU SO MUCH! Congratulations on your million views! :)

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  144. What a beautiful set of cards! I've been eyeing this stamp set!

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  145. Oh Justine...What Gorgeous Cards....they are Breathtaking. I truly enjoyed watching you create each one....and the colors are so beautiful. Thanks for a chance in your most generous giveaway!! YOU so ROCK!!

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  146. Beautiful coloring
    on these flowers!
    Carla from Utah

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  147. Congratulations Justine on million views. Beautiful cards Justine, I love this stamp set and just may have to purchase it. Thank you for sharing.

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  148. Beautiful cards! I must try ink blending for coloring flowers since I don't really like coloring much lol Greta inspiration

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  149. Great technique to create cards in one time. Thanks for sharing.

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  150. I will try making multiples, thanks.

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  151. I love your card. Thank you for the video on making bulk cards.

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  152. What a beautiful idea~ink blending, embossing, and using flowers sets to make sets of cards, I can hardly wait to do this as well. The Nuvo glue and drops look like great products. Thank you. Julie

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  153. Love this card set! Thanks for the tutorial :o)

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  154. I love these! I wish I could figure out how to blend distress inks. I have tried for months and just can't do it.

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  155. Beautiful set of cards!! Love the flower arrangements you have made.

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  156. I am nit sure what I would spend my gift card on.... stamps or Oxide Inks!

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  157. Love the designs and colors and WOW what a great idea to create a whole bunch of these cards at once:)

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  158. I like the idea of bulk stamping. I haven't tried this yet but I intend to do it soon.

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  159. Love your cards. That's a creative way to do many cards at once.

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  160. Thank you!! That was just the inspiration I needed to see today!

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  161. Love the distress ink blending and then stamping over to die cutyour flowers. what a beautiful s=effect and a time saver to boot.

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  162. Super pretty cards! Those Nuevo drops are cool.

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  163. thanks for sharing..beautiful cards!
    rita.navarre@yahoo.com

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  164. Love your cards, those flowers are really pretty, and loved how you did the panels for the colors then stamped on them! Worked great, will have to try and remember that myself!

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  165. I really love the purple flowers! :)

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  166. So beautiful and quick!! Flowers are awesome; so colorful!! Love how you alternated adding dimensionals and gluing flat. TFS

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  167. Wow! Awesome cards!!! Colors are simply amazing!!!

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  168. I find it so soothing to watch you create your cards, Justine, even at warp speed! I love the idea of making more than one while you have all the supplies out. A time-saver and also adds to the creativity, as each one ends up being slightly different. Thank for the chance to win a SSS gift certificate!

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  169. I love the colors and all your videos!

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  170. I love your cards you made and the techniques you showed us. Thank you for the chance to win a gift card from SSS!

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  171. These cards are AMAZING!,. I need to get some of the new oxide inks, you make it look so easy. I love the three different shades on your paper, it adds such a beautiful effect!

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  172. Love your ideas to make many cards with not as much effort. Beautiful! Especially love the texture you created with the Oxide inks!

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