Simply Sunday: I Made a Wish

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I am so excited to share another card I created using the Dandelion Wishes stamp set! Not only am I sharing the card but a great stampin’ tip that I used in creating this card. Again, today’s card is not included in the card class, so if you are coming … you’ll have additional ideas!

As of last night, there are only 3 spots left. If you would like to join us … give me a call at the number listed above.  If there is more interest, I will open another date!

Today’s layout is simple to recreate, fun and colorful.  My color pallet consists of the new Soft Sea Foam and Shaded Spruce teamed up with the Pacific Point.  Not sure I would have put these colors together by myself, but when you put them all together … it looks nice.  And it is the basis of the designer paper.

The designer paper I used is the 6 x 6 Garden Impressions Designer Paper stack … there are so many cute designs in this stack. It’s fun and colorful!!  Today’s pattern seemed to match with the Dandelion Wishes.

The greeting and images were both stamped in the Shaded spruce, in fact … they were both put on the same clear block!!

Putting multiple stamps on one block makes stamping easy! If you are doing several cards … you may want to consider purchasing the Stamparatus (Click Here to View)

The Soft Sea Foam is so “soft” and pretty and really seams to works well with this stamp set and the patterned paper I found in the Garden Impressions pack. All the layering on this quick -n- easy card takes it a step up.

Hope you enjoyed today’s Simply Sunday share.  I appreciate you taking the time out of your weekend to check in with me.

Thank you, and I’ll see you tomorrow with another Dandelion Wishes card!!

Have a great day ~

    

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST …

 

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