I recently acquired some lovely Simon Says Stamp cardstock in pastel colors and those colors, plus a cool outline die from Waffle Flower Crafts, inspired this spring-y, fresh card project.
Plus, I created a second card project with the leftovers from the first card.
Here is the video showing you how I created the first card, plus a quick peek at the second one, too.
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Patricia Wilson says
Love your card. The soft colors looked lovely. Gives me some ideas for all those word dies that I have. Also, the word alphabet. Thank you for all you do and stay well.
Virginia Halac says
Great cards. What is the source of your blender brush caddy???
Cathy, once again you inspire me with the simple elegance of your design. I really loved the LOVE cards. Thanks for choosing to be one who shares!
Angie Cammack says
I love this card!
Both of these cards are so amazing!
I love everything about these cards–the subtle colors, the graphic design, the sentiment. Well done! I’ll try to give it a go.
Patricia Wilson says
Hey, loved your craft room tour. Being home, I’m trying to organize my craft things and just did my stamps and dies, however, I think I need the bins that you and Jennifer recommend to store them in the new cabinet I bought. I love Jennifer, too, she has so many great things to say. Thank you!
ginger na says
Thank you for design tips regarding this card on 4/11. They were very helpful. I look forward to more.
Gail loyola says
Hello Cathy I really enjoyed your tutorial. I have a question. How do you use the design concept when you use a multi media background? For example if on a tim holtz idea-ology collage paper. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.
Terrific card. Thank you for the video and also the Design Chat video on Unity.