Summer Hello Cards!

Summer Hello Cards – Simon Says Stamp July Card Kit!

Just a couple of straight forward cards I made using the July Card Kit from Simon Says Stamp! The card on the right was inspired by Heather Hoffman’s card shown on the inspiration/idea insert that comes in the kit! These cards also fit nicely into the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week, and MarciLB’s “Tis the Season: SUMMER” challenge over at scrapbook.com!

Shaker Card! The splatters are Distress Oxides, and the pink for the sentiment is Lawn Fawn!

 
 

I used a circle thinlet to cut the circles in the top and underlying foam for the shakers!

This one was 100% inspired by the card done by Heather Hoffman shown on the inspiration/idea insert in the kit!

 Product List:

  • From the Simon Says Stamp July Card Kit: SSS “Sea You Soon” stamp set, SSS “Moonshine” Confetti, acetate, printed paper from Echo Park’s “Summer Dreams” collection, and the “Doll Pink,” “Sunshine,” and 120# White cardstock.
  • a la mode clear embossing powder
  • Lawn Fawn “Plastic Flamingo” dye ink
  • Tim Holtz: “Retro Circles” Embossing Folder, Distress Oxide –  “Salty Ocean” and “Peacock Feathers,” and Distress Embossing Ink Pad (Clear)
  • Ranger Glossy Accents and Super Fine, White Embossing Powder
  • a bit of hemp twine
  • the white, vellum looking bit for the banner isn’t actually vellum, but I have no idea what it is or where it came from! I kept it a long time ago because it was rather pretty, but I don’t remember how I aquired it!

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