Let’s Connect Release Shaker Card

Hello there, crafty friends. I’m back with more inspiration from THIS release. This time I’m sharing a simple shaker card… I inked up THIS stencil on THIS card stock. I die-cut THIS coordinating die from the front. On the front panel of the card base, I stamped the computer image from THIS adorable stamp set. I temporarily adhered the stenciled panel to the front for correct placement. After coloring in the images, I adhered...

Simple Interactive Card

Hello, crafty friends. I have a simple interactive card to share today… I started by stamping THIS background stamp with THIS ink on THIS card stock. I die-cut THIS stitched square window out of the panel and the card base. I white heat embossed a sentiment from THIS stamp set inside the window and stamped, colored, and cut out the snail from the same stamp set. I adhered it to the inside of the...

Picnic Parade Card Kit

Hi, crafty friends. I’m back today with a card featuring THIS card kit… I started by die-cutting the pieces from THIS die. I die-cut the largest die twice and adhered them together by placing adhesive on the two flaps. This forms the box shapes. Next, I die-cut the strips to go inside the box. I decided on three rows. I die-cut the stitched rectangle and square pieces from patterned paper. I applied THIS to...

Simple Slider Die

Hi, crafty friends. Today’s card share features a simple interactive element… I started by applying ink through THIS stencil to create a background. I did heavier color towards the bottom, smaller hearts and softer color towards to the top, large hearts. I cut a slit in the card stock with THIS interactive die and cut the panel from the die set using red card stock. I stamped a sentiment on the panel from THIS...

Quintuple Slider Die

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m back today with an interactive card I created for my son’s teacher using THIS new die from THIS new release… I started by stamping the background with the lined paper image from THIS stamp set using THIS white pigment ink. Once it was dry, I die-cut one of THESE dies towards the top of the panel. I flipped it over and die-cut it again right on top to have...

More Sunny Days Ahead Release Inspiration

Howdy, crafty friends. I’m back with more inspiration using THIS new release from Simon Says Stamp. I have a fun interactive card to share using my favorite stamp set from the release… I started by die-cutting THIS die from a white card stock panel measuring 4 x 5 inches. I created a card base in the same size. I masked off the center rectangle with THIS tape and applied various blue shades of Distress...

Interactive Anniversary Card with Photos

Howdy, crafty friends. Recently, my parents celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and I thought I would share the card I created for them… I started by creating the interactive element with THIS die. I die-cut the largest die from the set and reinforced the score lines in both directions. I die-cut the solid square panel and adhered one to the bottom of the die and right next to each score line. I tucked the...

Sliding Window Birthday Card

Hello, crafty friends. I have a card to share today using THIS die, which is my all time favorite interactive die. I love the design and how simple it is to put together. I started by stenciling clouds using THIS stencil with THIS ink. I cut the panel with THIS die and adhered the sliding piece to the back of the panel. I stenciled the front of the card with a honeycomb stencil and...

Multiple Sentiments Interactive Card

Howdy, crafty friends. Today’s card is a great example of a super simple interactive card… I started by die-cutting THIS card stock with THIS die. I also die-cut the smallest rectangle from THIS set in the center of the card to serve as a window for the sentiments. I stamped one of the images from THIS stamp set with THIS ink in the four corners of the panel. I colored them in with Copic...