3 Cards, 10 Minutes Each! All Using Simon Says Stamp’s July Card Kit!
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Recently I shared my first installment of my new series “10 Minute Cards”! The idea behind the series is to show that you can make beautiful cards in a relatively short amount of time. Today I am sharing THREE cards that I made in about 10 minutes each – and all use the new July 2021 Card Kit from Simon Says Stamp, Garden Greetings!
This elegant birthday card features the Blossom Field embossing folder from Simon Says Stamp, with a bit of Rosie Cheeks ink blended in the center. I die cut the Big Scripty Hugs sentiment from pink and white cardstock and paired that with a birthday greeting from the Garden Greetings stamp set. Everything is matted with a bit of silver holographic cardstock. In the video I will show you how I also created the liner inside the Cotton Candy envelope.
If you like patterned paper, there are gorgeous sheets from Paper Rose’s Forever collection included in the July kit! I used one of them to make a background for this mini slimline birthday card.
On top of the patterned paper background I layered a die cut I made from the Detailed Rose die (not included in the kit, but a great product to use with it). I included a sentiment I made from the patterned paper and the new Orca sequins from the kit on the card. This card pairs great with Simon’s Slate mini slimline envelopes.
Finally, I made a set of three “dip-dye” inspired cards by smooshing Simon inks onto white cardstock. I then embossed over those inked panels with the Blossom Field embossing folder. In the kit are some great puffy stickers, which I stuck onto strips of black cardstock to make extra-large sized sentiment strips! I plan on mailing these cards with Simon’s White envelopes, which you do get one of in the kit!
All of these cards each took about 10 minutes to make, which I love because this means you don’t have to spend a ton of time creating them. You could also make many of these cards, as their simplicity makes mass producing really easy!
All of these cards were made with contents from the Simon Says Stamp July 2021 Card Kit, which you can find here.