I’ve been hosting a new live series over on my YouTube channel under the banner of 10-Minute Design Chats for Crafty People. One topic that comes up frequently in comments is this: can you talk about how to combine patterned papers on card projects? Today’s card projects and video is me starting to answer that question because the thing I do most frequently when using patterned paper on cards? Keep. It. Simple. First things first, here’s my video sharing a few card projects and my thoughts about how to do just that: keep the patterned paper usage simple!
The second card is also VERY simple. I just picked one small pattern collection and worked in rainbow order. Easy. Peasy. Breezy.
For the complete supply list for the cards, see the links at the bottom of this post. Now onto a full look at the new releases!
First up, a new 6 x 8 stamp set called Happy Days. I wanted to create a set you could use for many different celebrations, or just simply to send happiness to someone you love.
Next up, a series of dies (all images are clickable!)
The stencil can be used in conjunction with the cling to ink blend, or add other crafty mediums over the stamped image.
And last but not least, I have a new set of preprinted sentiment strips, Reverse Happy:
And that’s a look at the new CZ Design products! To see the full Simon Says Stamp Send Happiness release, click on the image below:
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