Hi. I’m thrilled to be part of Simon Says Stamp’s Blog Hop today to celebrate their newest release. My favorite stamp set from the collection is THIS one. It’s so playful and fun! I like making interactive cards and I thought this set would be perfect to make a simple version…
I stamped all of the images together using my MISTI
and colored them with Copic Markers. I used THESE
coordinating dies to cut them out. I cut several of THESE
stitched banners in coordinating colors and stamped the coordinating greeting under the image. I adhered the pieces to several different Lawn Fawn 4 Bar notecards. Using printed card bases makes these cards super fast to put together! I finished off the design with a sprinkling of enamel dots.
Now for the fun part….I added one of THESE
mini action wobblers to the back of each image so that when they’re tapped, they shake and dance! You can see it in action HERE
on my Instagram. I’m so excited that the action wobblers are now available in a mini size. I’ve used the larger size often but for smaller images like these, the new mini size is perfect!
Here’s a closer look at the cards…
I used THIS black glaze pen for the eyes to make them pop.
I heat embossed the sentiments to make them stand out since these are such simple cards. For the black heat embossing, I stamp with THIS
black ink and then add THIS
clear embossing powder.
This little slice of bread image just makes me smile…
I used THIS
shimmer pen to add some shine…
I hope you give these simple interactive cards a try. They are so fun to make and quick to put together.
There’s much more inspiration using the new release products…
for the next stop on the blog hop and visit the awesome, Nina Marie Trapani.
Here’s the complete Blog Hop List…
Simon Says Stamp is so generous. They are giving away a $25 coupon to the store at each stop along the hop so be sure to leave a comment on each blog. They will announce winners on their store blog on Tuesday. Good Luck!
P.S. You can see the entire New Beginnings Release HERE
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