You know how you see a product and you think, “Um, mama gonna rock that one!”?
Well today I’m sharing a card with that product, which is part of the brand spankin’ new Simon Says Stamp Good Vibes release, and it’s aptly named, “Good Vibes.”
The set comes with both the word die and the shadow die (love those types of sets), and at first, I thought I would do some rainbow ink blending, but then remembered: Oh yeah, ink blending stresses me out just a little. So I went with some awesome patterned paper from Lawn Fawn and kept my ink blending for a simple cloud background with a single ink.
Check out my video today showing how I created this simple, groovy card.
The Clouds for Days is presently on reserve over at Simon (it will be back in stock on July 5), but any cloud stencil or edge will do to create this background. And yes, I’m pretty proud of my light hand on it. That’s a first for me.
Check out all the products in the Good Vibes collection by clicking on the image below and be sure to check back tomorrow for a fun blog hop!
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Teresa Doyle says
Such a cool card, the rainbow paper is perfect for this die! TFS!
Cathy Zielske says
Thanks, Teresa! I love that little paper pad!
love a rainbow. one could possibly make rainbow paper with that strips onto a background thing, but I’m sure a single layer is waaaay easier. (I have that paper in the big size, not been able to cut it yet). I like the background colour and the clouds turned out really well.
um, two fingers in that direction is a rude gesture where I’m from, the peace sign is the other way round, but I knew what you meant.
and to add to the controversial statements The King’s Singers cover of Good Vibrations is better than the original.
Love it – the patterned paper is super cool for that die! I love the soft clouds in the background!
Leanne in Cali says
Love the pattern paper idea! Quick and easy and your clouds were gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your great video!!
Kathleen Caffey says
Now that is a good use of that die. Love the color.
Great job on the blending- that is hard to master! I love the 70’s look of the collection. Lawn Fawn materials are so cheerful!
Cheryl Robertson says
Love the rainbow against the cloud background.Great way to use patterned paper! I too struggle with blending. It takes me a few trys each time to get it right.
Suzi Metcalfe says
Looks like you are mastering the sequin adherence and cardmaking in general. Yay for inked clouds, too!