STAMPtember Blog Party!

Welcome everyone! It’s one of the most wonderful times of the year for a crafter! It’s time for STAMPtember with Simon Says Stamp (clickable link)! We are celebrating with a party!

Today I’m shining the spotlight on the Detail Ringlet Plate (clickable link). This plate leaves very intricate details in your backgrounds. It makes a stunning but subtle effect on your cards.

To keep the focus on my background, I ink blended the Crazy Daisy Stencil (clickable link) from Gina K Designs onto white 80 lb card stock. I used one of my new favorite color combo which is Red Velvet, Tangerine Twist, Wild Dandelion, Lucky Clover and Turquoise Sea.

Then I ran my ink blended panel through my die cut machine using the NEW Detail Ringlet Plate (clickable link) from Simon Says Stamp. How cool does that look through the ink blending?!

I finished off the card with a sentiment from the CZDesigns Sentiment Strips Reverse Happy (clickable link) and added it to my card front with foam squares. Keeping the design very light, I attached my panel to a card base created from Whisper card stock.

But wait! There’s more! I have something a little special for you! See below!

Be sure to head over to the Simon Says Stamp blog (clickable link) for TONS more inspiration featuring the new STAMPtember release.


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31 thoughts on “STAMPtember Blog Party!

  1. Michele W says:

    Great card. Love the colors you used and the way that stencil looks over that fantastic detailed ringlet background. Thanks for sharing!


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