There is a New Release available over at Simon Says Stamp HERE— It’s called Rest and Refresh! I has the pleasure to use the sweet new Filigree Wreath.
I decided to make a “few” cards using this fun new wreath…figuring if I was going to die cut all these pieces, I might as well! I love to die cut inlay and I decided I need to watch some TV and zone out, so the combo worked out well. It’s like putting together a puzzle. The key is not lose any of the little bits–that is actually a bit tricky. 🙂
All the little bits add such detail, I kept the rest of these cards pretty simple from there.
Here it is in all green!
I kinda really dig the one color! 🙂
Here’s another very clean one. I’m not a big on adornments for Sympathy cards.
I was going to do all white, but decided to add this colored panel behind.
And lastly another colorful one:
I decided I’d make the dots black on this one, and I don’t think I used the correct pen unfortunately. I’m probably the only one who notices that though. 😉
I thought the lot of these turned out lovely and they are great for mailing because they are flat. This new Filigree Wreath die has so much detail and sweetness, I felt I could keep the rest very clean. ♥️
I used sentiments from the new Paper Smooches set Sunnyville and the previously released Sympathy Sampler. The “Be You” sentiment is from Concord & 9th’s Rainbow Wishes.
Thanks to Simon Says Stamp for having me along to celebrate this fun NEW release!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great Friday!
Hope your week is going well! Mine has been jam-packed, but last night, I just had to stamp some color! 🙂 So I made these:
Be You. Be Happy. ❤
I figured, if you are stamping rainbows, STAMP some RAINBOWS in bulk . 😉 I stitched each one a little different to mix things up. Loving this stamp set and especially ❤ the sentiments and the font they are in. Gah! 🙂
For all these cards, I used Concord & 9th’s Rainbow Wishes . Ahhhh rainbows. ❤
I added a few scoring lines to the top of this. These were an experiment, and I decided I do not like this broken up look in scoring. But now I know, and I certainly was not going to bin these just because of that little detail. Not tragic. 😉
I also stamped envelopes with Concord & 9th’s little stamp set. 🙂
Well, that is all for now! 🙂
Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope wherever you live, you are experiencing a nicer Spring season. Haaaa! We are not having typical weather, but rather a continuing winter. Ugh.
Enjoy the rest of your week!
Take care– Jill 🙂