10 Cards 1 Kit

10 Cards | 1 Kit – SSS January Card Kit (Part 1 of 2)

Hello,

Hope the new year is treating everyone well! Today I’m sharing with you the first half of my 10 Cards, 1 Kit for the January Simon Says Stamp Card Kit. I had so much fun with this kit and I LOOOVE the stamp set. At first, I wasn’t sure about those block word stamps, but once I stamped them out I wanted to use them on everything!

Here’s the video of what I came up with:

 

Here are some stills of the final cards:

1 front

These envelopes are so cute. Originally I thought I’d put those small cut-outs inside them, but it was too difficult to maneuver them in and out so I decided to glue them on top instead.

1 inside

These stamps are wonderful. That scripty font and the subtle heart in the tail of the y. Love it!

1 close up

I did some embellishment on the envelopes that came in the kit too but didn’t video it because of the time. I’ll share more detailed photos of those in the next post.

2 front

That stripe of cut-a-parts makes for such an easy card front. I wanted to add just a touch more with that sweet sentiment and help it pop with that outline of red.

2 inside

I rarely go to pigment inks, but that Delicata pink ink is fabulous.

3 close up

Don’t you just love that mint and pink combo?

3 front

Or a mint and black combo for that matter. I’ll take all the mint I can get lately.

3 inside

Again that script is just so pretty and I thought that line of xoxox was a nice accent.

3 envelope

The cut-a-parts in this paper pack are really great. I’d like to get one of the 12 x 12 scrapbook sheets to cut apart for larger cards too.

4 front

I originally planned to stamp those words on white and then back them with red and pink but decided it would be too bulky. Ultimately  I’m happy with the design but I think I would have liked the letters in white better.

4 inside

Sweet and simple inside…xoxo says it all.

4 close up

Those MFT windows are a super easy way to make a shaker card. If you’re tired of layering foam tape…you should give them a try.

5 front

This background paper was one of my favorites – love those conversation hearts.

5 inside

Mixing a larger sentiment with one or two of the smaller squares really makes the inside of the card look complete.

5 envelope

I wish I had a brand name for that ribbon. I would buy several packs!

Thanks for stopping by to check out my first post of the year – I’m looking forward to lots more cards in 2018. xoxo, Sarah

 

Here are some links to the additional products I used today:

Misti Precision Stamping Tool: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Simon Says Intense Black Ink

Lawn Fawn – Lobster Ink: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Lawn Fawn Peachy Keen Ink: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Lawn Fawn Minty Fresh Ink: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Sizzix Big Shot: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

MFT – Blueprints 32 Dies

MFT- Square Shaker Window & Frame & Pouches

Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Dies: Simon Says Stamp |Amazon

Lawn Fawn Valentine Border Dies: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Simon Says Stamp – Stitched Wonky Hearts

Scotch Double-Sided Foam Tape: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Glue Dots: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

ATG Gun: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

1/8 Inch Scor Tape: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

1/4 Inch Scor Tape: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

1/2 Inch Scor Tape: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Ad Tech Removable Tape

Post It Tape: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Grafix Vellum: Amazon

Fiskars Paper Trimmer: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Spectrum Noir Shimmer Pen: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

MFT – Poppy Card Stock

MFT- Cement Gray Card Stock

MFT – Pink Lemonade Card Stock

MFT – Red Hot Card Stock

MFT – Steel Grey Card Stock

Heidi Swapp Craft Mat: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Heidi Swapp Confetti Stencil

Ranger Texture Paste: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Simon Says Stamp – Marilyn Stencil

Pebbles Forever My Always Ephemera: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

Ranger Distress Rock Candy Glitter: Simon Says Stamp | Amazon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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