Sandi MacIver, Paper Craft Artist -

Simon Says Stamp Floral Harmony

Hey cardmaking friends, welcome back.  Tonight I’m sharing two cards created with the Simon Says Stamp Floral Harmony Embossing Folder and Cutting Dies Set.  Yes, you read that right, Simon has come out with a 3D embossing folders with coordinating dies, and I had a blast playing with them.

The new LET’S CHILL release goes live tonight.  It’s full of summer fun and positive vides.  It’s hard to choose favorites, but this embossing folder die set might be my fav.

All supplies are linked to multiple sources in the thumbnails at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links are used at no cost to you and product disclosure is below.  As always, I appreciate your support of my Blog and YouTube Channel.


I am using Distress Oxides for today’s cards.  The teal card background is created with Lindy’s Magicals powders in Tibetan Poppy and Teal.  Watch my VIDEO about these cool powders.  AND, you can get 10% off on your order using my code:  SANDIMACIVER428.

I used the NEW Simon Says Stamp Detail Flat Brushes to add my ink to the die cut flowers.  Love these tiny brushes, they are great for getting into small spots.  The brushes are linked below.


teal hand made thank you card with flowers using new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

Simon Says Stamp Floral Harmony Card #1

Start with a watercolor panel 4 x 5-1/4 colored with Lindy’s Magicals in Tibetan Poppy and Teal.

Next, place the blue card front inside the Floral Harmony embossing folder and run it through the die cut machine.


How to create the 3/d flowers:

Use the dies from the set to cut out three flowers from white cardstock scrap.

Place the individual flowers into the embossing folder over the coordinating flower and run through the die cutting machine to emboss them.

TIP, doing these steps in reverse will flatten the flowers when you die cut them.

After that, use the Detail Flat Brushes to add color to the die cut flowers using Wild Honey and Broken China for the flowers and Mowed Lawn on the leaves.

Next, attach the embossed card front to a top folding A2 sized White card base.

Add the embossed flowers using foam squares to pop them up

Finally, die cut a sentiment in black and vellum and attach to the bottom left corner of the card

rainbow colored hand made thank you card with flowers using new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

Card #2

Create the card front by blending Distress Oxides in broken China, Kitsch Flamingo, Wild Honey, Wilted Violet

Follow all the steps for the above card.

Finally, die cut the Miss You sentiment in black and white and attach with foam squares

rainbow and teal hand made cards using new card making supplies from Simon Says Stamp

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Card Making Supplies used for the Simon Says Stamp Floral Harmony cards:

Here are the products I used today.  Compensated affiliate links used  where available at no cost to you.

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11 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp Floral Harmony”

  1. Wow, these are gorgeous! Except they are just for A2 cards and now that 5.5×8.5 embossing folders are being offered, I’ve commited to buying only the more versatile, larger ones.

    1. thank you, so glad you like them. I agree, the 5.5 x 8.5 folders are amazing, but these are amazing too, and give you much more versatility in your cardmaking

  2. Your color combinations are eye-catching and vibrant! I can’t wait to give them a try.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. They are both beautiful Sandi! The colours are gorgeous and having the coordinating dies adds so much more versatility to cardmaking – great idea. Im loving the look of those powders too lol

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