Thursday, October 12, 2017

Simon Says Stamp Release: Making Spirits Bright



Hello! Simon Says Stamps has just released their new Making Spirits Bright Collection and it is wonderful! So many beautiful new products in the store at Simon Says Stamp now!

I had the pleasure of working with a new die called Snowburst Collage. I also added a few older Simon Says Stamp dies, Village and Stitched Slopes and Hills, and Warm Wishes to create a fun winter scene!



For my background I watercolored a lovely winter sky using Peerless watercolors and Master's Touch watercolor paper. When this was dry, I cut out the Snowburst Collage die. I adhered this to a white horizontal folded card base.




Using the Stitched Slopes and Hills dies, I cut out a snowy hill and adhered that at the bottom of my card. I stamped the sentiment from Warm Wishes in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Next I die the the houses and trees from Village dies out of white card stock, added a little bit of adhesive to the backs and slipped them under the top edge of my snowy hill.



A pretty quick and easy card that is relatively flat for easy mailing!

I am so glad you stopped by! Be sure to check out all of the new release from Simon Says Stamp HERE!

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Thanks so much for stopping by!

Kay :)

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful Kay! I love how you used the collage die - so pretty in peerless! It makes me wish for snow to brighten things up around here! Can't wait to see more of your Christmas creations! YAY!

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  2. WOW is this ever wonderful! Seems funny to be talking Christmas already.....

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  3. That frosty blue and the big snowflakes look wonderful with the pretty little winter village! This is marvelous Kay!

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  4. my favorite color scheme :)

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  5. This card would absolutely make spirits bright. You've got a lovely watercolored background with fun snow falling. A delightful winter village and a lovely message. Wonderful work, Kay! Hugs! :)

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  6. Hi Kay!
    This is lovely and so elegant. Wonderful use of the snowburst dies, I love the beautiful background!

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