Keeping it Simple

I have to say, some of my favorite cards are simple–meaning not a lot of layers or embellishments. And that’s what I was going for with this card.

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Cased from SU Demo LeAnn Greff, I used my NEW color coach for the Daffodil Delight, Melon Mambo, &  Tempting Turquoise color combo. The “smile” greeting from the Happy Day Stamp set seemed to work well with the bright colors, and fit perfectly in that space.

happy day

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Stampin’ Steps:

  1. Start in the top left corner and stamp your images
  2. To create the lines, I simply cut a smaller layer of cardstock to layer on top of the whisper white cardstock. Trace around the edge with a Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker.
  3.  stamp your greeting in black stazon ink
  4.  finish with 3 simple rhinestone jewels

 

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Have a Fabulous Day and Happy Stamping!

~Lauren

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