Monday, December 14, 2015

Simon Says Stamp Stacked Die Cuts + Distress Ink Background

Hey folks!

I'm back today to share a couple more Christmas Cards with you! It should come to no surprise that these were easy to make and came together quickly.

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I gotta be honest peeps, I didn't really have a plan with these. I had a little bit of this going and a little bit of that going and after (more than) a few squirrel moments, I pulled it all together and made these two cards.

I started with the Simon Says Stamp Lined Tree Die and the Simon Says Stamp Happy Winter and Christmas Dies. I thought I had an idea for these, so like a crazy lady, I die cut a bunch out of Neenah White Cardstock and then I glued them all together with Ranger Multi Medium Matte Adhesive. Then I realized I didn't have a plan. At all.

For the background, I used Ranger - Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Mowed Lawn, Peeled Paint and Twisted Citron on Ranger Distress Watercolor Cardstock. On both Panels, I loosely colored each color in light layers, making sure to dry the Panel with my Heat Gun in between before I added more.

When I came to the realization to pull this all together and make cards out of them, I used the "Happy Christmas" Sentiment from the Simon Says Stamp Holiday Circle Sayings Stamp Set and "Merry" from the Gifts of Love Stamp Set also by Simon Says Stamp. I stamped them with Versamark Ink and Simon Says Stamp White Embossing Powder.

To finish them off, I used the Jillibean Soup Self Adhesive Sequins from the Simon Says Stamp December Card Kit.

That's it! Easy peasy. In a I haven't a clue where I'm going or what I'm doing sort of way.

Up next, I will be showing some Avery Elle love. In the meantime, I hope you enjoyed my cards today!

Until next time!

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