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Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms

Hey crafty friends, it’s blog hop day #1 for the fabulous new Born to Sparkle release and today I’m sharing two cards created with the Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms stamp set.

GIVEAWAYS:

Today’s hop is filled with tons of inspiration and, of course, GIVEAWAYS.  Each blog on the hop will be giving away a $25. gift card to the Simon Says Stamp Store.  Be sure to comment at each stop for more chances to win.

SIMON GALLERIES:

Simon has card galleries for each of their releases and card kits, even a video gallery.  Check it out for design team inspiration, and add your cards too.  Here’s the link for the BORN TO SPARKLE Gallery.

 

images of new products from the Simon Says Stamp Born to Sparkle Release

 

As I said, I have two new cards today featuring the New Window Box Blooms.  This is an adorable stamp set with pretty graphics and sentiments making it super versatile.  I shared a quick card with you last night using this set and today I’m using a copic coloring technique, that is also super easy .

images of three hand made greeting cards created with the Simon Says Stamp Window Box blooms stamp set

Your Misti will get a work out with this card. LOL

Details on creating the Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms Cards:

Place the small piece of  hammermill white card into your Misti and stamp the image in copic friendly black ink.

Color the image and then cut it out.  This will be the centerpiece for our cards.

Next, place another 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 piece of hammermill white into your Misti

Line up the stamp to the center and stamp in black ink.

Next, move the card stock down and stamp again, then up and stamp again.

Move the stamp over to the left and repeat the process, offsetting the center image.

and finally, move the stamp to the right and repeat.

Once you have your entire background stamped,  use the medium Copic marker from the colors you painted your window box and color in the entire background.

TIP – pick a color you have a refill for as this takes quite a bit of ink.  I also found that two coats evened out the streaks.

images of two hand made greeting cards created with the Simon Says Stamp Window Box blooms stamp set

Putting the card together:

Cut score and fold at A2 Top folding white card base and then use scor tape to attach your art piece to the front of it.

Next, Use a black marker to edge the image you colored and cut out and then use foam squares to attach it over the center image

Final Embellishments:

Only one embellishment used for today’s cards, the Simon Says Stamp SMILES Sequin Mix.  The colors are pink, yellow and blue and go perfectly with these color combos.

 

image of teal hand made card created with the Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms stamp set

 

COPIC MARKERS USED for the Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms :

Teal:  BG11, BG13, BG49 – BG13 used to color the background of the teal card

Pinks:  RV55, RV17, RV19

Greens:  YG21, YG23, YG17

Yellows:  Y11, Y15, Y17, Y19, YR07

Brown E37

Blues:  B13, B24, B26 – B12 used to color the background of the blue card

blue handmade card created with the Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms Stamp Set

 

 

And now it’s time to Hop.  You probably arrived from Barb’s blog and next up is my lovely and very talented friend Natasha.  If you get lost along the way, the entire blog hop list is below for you.

HOP ORDER:

Simon Says Stamp Blog

Nina-Marie Trapani

Caly Person

Nichol Spohr

Heather Ruwe

Amy Rysavy

Lisa Addesa

Sidnie Des Jardins

Suzy Plantamura

Cheiron Brandon

Barb Engler

Sandi MacIver – you are here

Natasha Vacca

Seeka

 

used for the Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms cards:

Want to find the products I used?  I have them listed below.  Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you.

Thank you for your support, it helps to cover my blogging and video expenses.



 

 

 

 

 

144 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp Window Box Blooms”

  1. That center flower bunch just really popped. I love the blue colored copic background. Thank you for sharing your art.

  2. Love both cards. Such a cute stamp. Anyone who says repetition is boring is crazy. Well done.

  3. I love it when I am surprised by something . I never would have thought to do black and white flower boxes over a brightly colored background. So whimsical and fresh.

  4. Dear Sandy – Well, you’ve convinced me. I’m going to have to get that stamp set! I did not include it as part of this release’s first order, but it’s going into the cart TO – DAY! I love all three of the cards you shared. You’re brilliant in your choices for composition and color.
    Always fun to see what you’ve posted!
    Lori S in PA

    1. haha, you are so welcome Lori, LOL, I’m sure you didn’t mean to miss it the first time around, haha….and I know you will have many happy hours creating with it

  5. Tammy Millette

    Sandi, your cards are lovely. I’m trying to get better at copic coloring, so I appreciate you listing the colors you used💕

    1. you are so welcome Tammy, I try and always list what I used as I know how frustrating it can be to try and figure it out

  6. I love the design with the colored pot in the center. I’m trying to think of what I have that I could use that design. I’m sure I have something. Thank you for the idea.

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