Sunflowers and Daisies Card Kit

Hello, crafty friends. I’m back today with a couple of cards featuring THIS card kit from Simon Says Stamp… For the first card… I spritzed the main image from the kit’s stamp set with water and then colored the stamp with Distress Watercolor Pencils. I spritzed the image again before stamping on to a piece of white cardstock. I repeated the process a couple of times to intensify the color. I love the watercolor...

Let’s Celebrate Card Kit

Hello there, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp… The kit has some vibrant and fun patterned papers so I chose a few to cut into 1 inch strips and adhered them to a white panel to create a striped pattern. I used the kit’s embossing folder to create a pattern on top of the pattern paper. I used a brayer and applied white pigment ink on top...

Vintage Garden Card Kit

Hello again, crafty friends. Today’s cards feature THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp… I started by creating the backgrounds. I used the kit’s embossing folder and embossed the pattern on white cardstock. I ink blended on top and used THIS die to cut the circle openings. I applied a light coat of white pigment ink on top of the pattern using my brayer to really make the embossing stand out. This is...

You Shine Card Kit

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp… To create this card, I started by creating the background. I cut small strips of the kit’s patterned paper and adhered them together to create a whole new pattern. I die-cut the piece using a rectangle stitched background die. I cut two arches die from the pattern piece. I stamped the sentiment and lemon image from the kit’s stamp set...

Happiest Wishes Card Kit

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card showcases THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp. To create this card, I started by die-cutting the 3-D card die twice from Sea Glass Cardstock. I stenciled on clouds using white pigment ink with the Clouds for Days stencil and stamped a sentiment from the kit’s stamp set. I stamped the adorable critters from the same stamp set on a 2 3/4 x 5 1/2 white panel and...

Brushed Flowers Card Kit

Hello again, crafty friends. Today’s cards feature THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp… I decided to keep these cards super simple and just do some basic stamping. This is great to do with solid image stamps because it will fill up a card nicely. I stamped the floral images from the Brushed Flowers Stamp Set (included in the kit) using the kit’s mini ink cube colors. These ink cube colors are gorgeous...

Life is a Party Card Kit Inspiration

Hi, crafty friends. I recently shared THIS card using the Life is a Party Card Kit. Today, I have more inspiration using the same kit.. To create this card, I die-cut five of the kit’s largest balloon die from colored cardstock. I stamped sentiments on a few of the balloons using the Life is a Party stamp set (included in the kit). I also stamped the confetti image from that same stamp set repeatedly...

Life is a Party Card Kit

Hello, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp. I started by adhering one of the patterned papers to the front of a slimline card base. I added a strip of pink cardstock along the bottom to cover the area that the patterned paper didn’t cover. I die-cut the Big Picture Book Bear and Big Picture Book Hugs die. I added a party hat using the patterned paper in...

More Hoppy Days Ahead Card Kit Inspiration

Hello there, crafty friends. I’m sharing more inspiration using THIS card kit… I die-cut a piece of pattered paper with a Deckle Edge Rectangle die and used a smaller rectangle in the set to emboss a pattern inside. I used an embossing mat in my die-cut machine which makes an impression of the die instead of cutting it out. I die-cut the Repeating Circles die from the center of the panel as well as...

Hoppy Days Ahead Card Kit

Hello again, crafty friends. Today’s card features THIS new card kit from Simon Says Stamp… I started by cutting the patterned paper into small strips. I laid out all of the strips vertical first. It was a row of five and adhered only the very top of each strip to the gray panel. I started weaving in the remaining strips horizontally. Once I was happy with the placement, I added dots of liquid glue...