I'm up on the Stamp Simply blog today sharing this plain and simple set of cards that feature THREE NEW products released last week. I actually created this card set first, but then wasn't sure I liked the colors, so I redid them in blues (shared last week). Sharon really liked them though, so here they are this week! They aren't my usual style since they don't combine stamp and die sets, but every once in a while, it's nice to make some CAS cards!
These cards were super quick and easy to create. I simply sponged some yellows and greens on mixed media paper, stamped the images, embossed, trimmed to size, matted, and added sentiments.
Supplies from Stamp Simply:
- These colors of Distress Ink (Ranger):
- Rustic Wilderness, Shabby Shutters, Scattered Straw, Wild Honey
- Organic Linen Embossing Folder (Altenew)
- Black Seam Binding
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Esther, these backgrounds are gorgeous! I love the blend of colors and the black inked silhouettes are fabulous! The black seam binding is just perfect to complete the card! So happy you joined us at Sunday Stamps!
These are both so beautiful, Esther - LOVE the color blending you've achieved, and both designs are just stunning! Perfect take on our colors, for sure! Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps!
Gorgeous blending of inks for our color combo...perfect background for your silhouettes!! Thanks for joining the fun and playing along with our color challenge (#ssc291) over at Sunday Stamps!!
I am glad you posted them they are lovely, I love the sympathy scene and the colors you used. That embossing folder looks great with them too, I like how you used the ribbon on the second one!
Beautiful background colors to really draw the eye, with nice texture features as well. I love the calming grass image on your sympathy card. Thank you for joining Sunday Stamps.
How fun are these?! Love your blending and added embossing to the background with the boldness of the black accents. Just perfect. Thanks for playing along with this weeks challenge at Sunday Stamps!
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