Clearly Besotted & Memory Box! STAMPtember® EXCLUSIVE! Limiting Colors

Hello Hello friends! Tonight we have TWO collaborations to share with you! It’s double the excitement. We have Clearly Besotted and Memory Box and I have inspiration for both.


You can check out the video tutorial below or HERE on my Youtube channel for the card I created using Clearly Besotted.

Here’s a look at the Merry Mix & Match Gnomes from Clearly Besotted. You can purchase just the stamp set or the coordinating dies in a bundle.

I know gnomes are not everyone’s jam but I adore them! Clearly Besotted has seriously cute images and I truly enjoyed creating this card project.

Coloring can be overwhelming for some people so for my card I limited the color selection. This really makes creating the card and coloring so much easier.

The cardstock I use for alcohol markers is X-Press It Blending Cardstock. The alcohol markers I’m using today are OLO Markers. The colors I used are below

  • R1.7, R1.5
  • OR7.4, OR7.2
  • OR4.8, OR4.7
  • WG3
  • R0.1
  • YO2.3

I framed the design with one of my favorite dies and that is the Arches Infinity die. I used Red cardstock and Gold Glitter cardstock for a double frame.

Next we have So Kind from Memory Box Inc. This is a beautiful yet simple floral set. Once again, you can purchase just the stamp set or pick up the coordinating die in a bundle.

Once again, I did some very simple coloring with alcohol markers for one of the floral images in this set.

I have a very soft and subtle background for my flower using the Script stamp set from Hero Arts stamped in Pebble ink.

I trimmed the panel down and added to a card front created from Pink Lemonade cardstock.

These two sets are EXCLUSIVE to Simon Says Stamp and only available while supplies last.

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