Simon Says Stamp Sketched Rose Faith

Hello Crafty Friends! Thanks for stopping by! I’m still playing with goodies from the newest, To the Moon release, from Simon Says Stamp! What a fun release this is! Today’s project is featuring the new Sketched Rose Trio. I’m really enjoying working with these foil plates and matching dies! Let’s get right into the deets for this project!

I began by foiling the Sketched Rose Trio twice on Neenah Classic Crest 110lb cardstock using Spellbinders Aura foil. I used Copic Markers G82, YG61, Y08, Y13 and Y15 to color these before using the included die cut to trim them out.

For the background, I trimmed a panel using the SSS Detail Petal Plate. Such an easy way to add interest and texture without distracting from the main focal point! I played with the arrangement and decided that I wanted some additional leaves and opted for the SSS Etched Meadow Flower and Leaves, and I think these ended up being the perfect addition.

To assemble the card, I adhered the white leaves first using liquid glue, and then I glued in the green leaves atop those. The bottom three flowers were glued directly to the panel, while the top two flowers were adhered using foam tape for dimension. I chose a SSS Sentiment Strip that would complement the card nicely and glued that across the flowers. To finish up, I added some PinkFresh Studio Gold Metallic Pearls and adhered my panel to the card base, which is also Neenah 110, using foam tape again.

That does it for this one! Have you checked out the new To the Moon release yet? I always enjoy seeing what new products Simon will release! Have a wonderful day and don’t forget to stay awesome!

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Simon Says Stamp Imperia Rose Bud Bundle

Hello and thanks for joining me! Welcome to for another DIEcember project! Die cuts are absolutely my jam, and I love making cards with them! Today’s project is featuring the new Sketched Rose Bud Bundle. This set includes a foiling plate along with a die cut! Let’s jump right into the details, shall we?

I began this project by foiling the SSS Rose Bud Bundle three times using Spellbinders Champagne Foil on Neenah Classic Crest 110lb cardstock. I pulled out some Copic markers for the coloring using, RV91, RV93, RV95, G82 and YG61. That set of RV markers is really a gorgeous combination!

Once the coloring was complete, I used the included die cut to run that through the machine. For the background, I used the new, absolutely gorgeous SSS Imperia Plate. So much texture and detail with so little effort! That’s the amazing thing about background plates, in my opinion!

For the sentiment, I used the SSS Silhouette Sentiments. I stamped the sentiment on Neenah 110lb using VersaFine Onyx Black ink and heat embossed it using Ranger Clear Embossing Powder. The coordinating die was then used to trim it out. I also trimmed it three additional times and adhered all of those together, making it four layers thick.

After playing with the arrangement of the flowers on the background panel, I decided that it needed some additional white leaves, so I opted for the SSS Outline Clustered Leaves. This added just the slightest bit of interest that I was looking for. I adhered the flowers and leaves to the corners of the panel using a combination of foam tape and liquid glue. The sentiment was also glued directly to the panel along with some pearls. The panel was then adhered to the card base using foam tape.

And there you have it! I hope you enjoyed this project! I love foiling and die cutting, so this was a match made in heaven for me! Don’t forget to stop by and check out the entire DIEcember release! There’s so many amazing things to feast your eyes upon! Have a wonderful day and stay awesome!

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Erin Lee Creative Graffiti Heart Vibes

Hello and welcome back! I’m so glad that you stopped by! I’m still playing with my Erin Lee Creative goodies, and today’s card is featuring the Graffiti Heart Stencil along with the Good Vibes Layering Die. Let’s not waste any more time and get right to the deets!

To begin, I cut a panel of Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb cardstock to an A2 size and adhered the Graffiti Heart Stencil to it using masking tape. I then used Deco Foil Transfer Gel Duo to give it a good coat, and then set it aside to dry.

Once the gel was dry, I applied a sheet of Deco Foil Amethyst Watercolor and ran it through the die cutting machine. This stencil does not cover a full card panel, so I carefully used the smaller splatter portions of the stencil to repeat the process.

I could really only repeat the process on two small sections of the panel at a time, so that’s what I did! I applied the gel, set it aside to dry and then added more foil. I don’t remember how many times this was repeated, but I wanted the whole panel covered.

A mistake that I made while making this card, was not putting a clean piece of paper over the previously foiled heart, so it picked up marks and such from my die cutting plate. With that being said, I had to re-apply gel to the heart and re-foil it. The second time around, I didn’t get it quite smooth enough, but I just went with it anyhoo! We’re just going to say that it adds to the graffiti character! I hate making mistakes, but it’s part of life, and now I know for the next time!

I die cut the Good Vibes sentiment once from Glossy Black cardstock and twice from Neenah 110lb and adhered those together using liquid glue. My panel was then adhered to the card base, which is also Neenah 110lb, using foam tape for dimension.

That finishes up this card! I hope you like it and I hope it inspires you to get crafty! This was my first time using the Deco Foil sheets, and I quite like this way of foiling! I’ll definitely be doing this more in the future! Thanks again for stopping by and don’t forget to stay awesome!

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