Thursday, December 4, 2014

SSS-Flickr Challenge 7



Another quick card post from me. I'm still in the thick of the chaos of the holidays, work and other life things, so I have not had much time to get crafty.

I happened to notice the new Simon Says Stamp Flickr challenge #7 was about stencils, and I've been really itching to try some of the new goodies I got from them. So, I put together this wintery thank-you card.

I used Medium Dot stencil and some Broken China distress ink to create a dotty background on the front panel. I also used Ring Frame wafer die and some cardstock to create a colorful card front.

The sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp's Greetings and Succulents stamp set.

Lastly, I added a few sparkling clear sequins to a few of the rings.

Supplies:
Simon Says Stamp Medium Dot stencil
Simon Says Stamp Ring Frame wafer die
Simon Says Stamp Greetings and Succulents
Simon Says Stamp heavyweight cardstock in Sea Glass, Smoke and Soft Navy
Neenah Desert Storm Environmental cardstock in 100#lbs
Neenah Solar White cardstock in 80#lbs
Ranger Distress inkpad in Broken China
Tsukineko Versafine ink in Onyx Black
Pretty Pink Posh Clear Sparkling sequins in 4mm and 6mm
Ranger Studio Multi-Matte glue
3M Double-sided Foam Tape

4 comments:

  1. It's so pretty as all your cards!! I'm shure you will find a Desing Team soon, they are all so very professional :)

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    1. Aw, thank you, Ellen! You are so sweet.

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  2. Ah, Elle, this is so lovely! Loving the colours and that die looks like it is SO fun to create with. I'm with Ellen, too - if you are interested in being on a Design Team, I've no doubt someone will snap you up soon (and they will be lucky to have you)!

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    1. Thank you, Kylie! The die is fabulous!! I wanted it the second I saw it, and I keep finding great new ways I want to use it. I've got another couple of fun circle dies too during the black friday sale, so I'm excited to see what great things I can make with them. :D

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