Blossoms & Butterflies – Simon Says Stamp Release

Welcome back everyone! I’m so excited to share with you one of the products being released from the Simon Says Stamp Blossoms & Butterflies release! It’s called Dahlia Corner Frame .This is such a beautiful die! I would quickly snatch it up because I’m sure it will sell fast!


I have a video tutorial showing how I created this card shown. You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel. Supplies will be linked in the video description and at the end of this post.

I’m going to start by creating the background for the frame. I ink blended Tumbled Glass, Mermaid Lagoon and Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide onto Gina K Designs Layering White card stock. I’ve really been enjoying ink blending on this because it’s light weight and very smooth. I’ll use the Life Changing Brushes from Picket Fence Studios to apply a soft ombre look.

Next, I will apply some Moonstone Nuvo Glimmer Paste to the ink blended area. This will coat my area with a beautiful shimmer and still allow the ombre look to show through.

Once that panel is dry, I will trim it down to 2 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ which is slightly larger then the die cut frame. This will provide a nice border around the area.

Using a piece of White Glitter card stock, I line the back of it with Double Sided Stick It adhesive. This adhesive is great for dies like this. I won’t have to fuss with adding any liquid glue to all of those cut lines. Then I die cut my frame from the glitter card stock using my Gemini Jr. I’m a huge fan of the Gemini Jr and dies like this is exactly why I bought it. It cuts like a dream!

My ink blended panel is added to a white card base with foam tape. Then I peeled off the backing of the Stick It adhesive and attached my frame to the ink blended panel.

The sentiment is from the Tiny Words stamp set which is such a versatile set and jam packed with amazing sentiments. Using a piece of black card stock that I prepped with an antistatic powder tool, I stamped the sentiment in Clear Ink and heat embossed with Brutus Monroe Alabaster White Embossing Powder. I trimmed the sentiment down with the Sentiment Labels die which is go-to of mine. The sentiment is added to the front with foam tape.

Here is another card I did with the Dahlia Corner Frame die. This time I attached it to a panel I created with Alcohol Inks.

The frame is die cut from Gold Glitter card stock for extra sparkle!

Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoyed today’s cards.

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Full Simon Says Stamp Blossoms & Butterflies release

Fresh Bloom from Simon Says Stamp

Welcome back everyone! It’s time for the March release from Simon Says Stamp called Fresh Blooms. There are amazing new products available for purchase!

I’m using this precious word die called Bunny Kisses. As soon as I saw this I knew it would pair nicely with the Beautiful Day stamp set.

I started my card by stamping the images from the Beautiful Day stamp set around the edge of a piece of Neenah White card stock using Clear Embossing Ink. Then I heat embossed with white embossing powder.

Next, I ink blended Worn Lipstick, Mustard Seed, Tumbled Glass and Shaded Lilac using a blending brush from Picket Fence Studios. I adhered this panel using foam tape to an A2 card base I made from #110 Neenah White card stock.

This beautiful word die is die cut from White Glitter card stock and also two more times from white card stock. I layered them together and added to the front of the card with Simon Says Stamp Tacky Glue.

For a finishing touch, I added some jewels around the card.

Hope you enjoyed today’s card and be sure to head over to Simon Says Stamp to check out the entire release. It’ll knock your socks off!

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Wooly Lucky – SSS March Kit

Welcome back everyone! I’m still playing with the Simon Says Stamp March Card Kit. These are so jam packed with value for a very reasonable price!

My card today is featuring this fun llama stamp set Wooly Lucky that comes in the kit. What does a llama have to do with St. Patrick’s Day? Who cares lol… it’s cute! I stamped my image onto Neenah White card stock and colored with copic markers. I didn’t have a coordinating die so I fussy cut my image out.

I have this amazing light green card stock called Green Apple that came in the kit in which I’ll use for my card base. I trimmed a piece of white card stock down to 4″ x 5 1/4″ and die cut a heart from the center using the Nested Heart dies. I layered the back of the white card stock with foam tape and attached to my card base.

In the kit comes a huge sticker sheet. I attached the rainbow and clouds stickers to some white card stock and trimmed them out so they have a nice white border. Then added them to the center of my heart with foam tape.

I attached my cute llama to the front of my card. My sentiment is from the Amazing stamp set which is also in the kit or you can purchase separately. I stamped it on Sunshine card stock with Clear Embossing ink and heat embossed with Brutus Monroe Alabaster white. I trimmed the sentiment out with the Sentiment Labels die and added to the front of my card with more foam tape. Yes, I love foam tape.

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March Card Kit- SSS

Welcome everyone! I have a card to share today using one of the stamp sets from the March Simon Says Stamp card kit.

When I first saw this stamp set, I immediately thought of fireworks. I stamped creating my background by heat embossing my images and sentiments with Brutus Monroe Sterling Embossing Powder. Using the Misti tool made this go real quick.

Then I created a galaxy background by ink blending, Wilted Violet, Blueprint Sketch, Chipped Sapphire and Black Soot distress ink on Neenah White card stock. I used my Picket Fence Studios Life Changing brush for all of the ink blending to achieve a smooth blend.

I flicked on water and bits of white paint for stars. This card was pretty quick to pull together but I adore the sentiments! They are so up-lifting. You can purchase the card kit which has amazing value or you can purchase the Amazing stamp set separately. (Seriously that’s what it’s called)

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