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Thankful | Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember 2022 Release

Hello and happy STAMPtember! If we haven’t met before, welcome! You can always find me here on my blog or over on Instagram.

The Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember release is live and today we’re celebrating with a blog party! Visit the Simon Says Stamp blog to see all of the participants, and read on for a special promo code for an awesome gift with purchase.

My first card today features the new Etched Oak Leaf dies paired with the Thankful 1 sentiment die from a previous release. I started by spraying Lemon Zest, Squeezed Orange, and Postbox Red Dylusions Ink Sprays over a full 8.5″ x 11″ of heavy white cardstock. These ink sprays are SO vibrant and I knew that I’d want to have extra sprayed cardstock even though I only cut out a few leaves.

I used the same colors to spray a smaller piece of white cardstock which I then cut using an arched die from the Nested Domed Archies die set. I glued the sprayed arch piece to a larger arch cut from vellum and then I glued the leaves onto the left side of the arch.

I added the sentiment, cut from white cardstock, and then I used foam tape to adhere the piece to a card base.

My second card features the new Bold Leaves cling stamp. I blended Salvaged Patina, Shaded Lilac, and Wilted Violet Distress Oxide inks over a panel of Bristol Smooth cardstock. When the panel was dry, I heat embossed the background image using Hero Arts Ultra Fine Clear embossing powder.

I trimmed the panel a bit and then added a sentiment using the same Thankful 1 sentiment die, this time adding the shadow layer of the die, cut from vellum. To finish, I used foam tape to adhere the card front to a card base.

Thank you so much for visiting!

17 thoughts on “Thankful | Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember 2022 Release”

  1. The controlled application of the spray really enhances your first card. Such pretty fall colors. I like the second card as well, and will have to try the ink blending with the clear heat embossing. Thanks for the tip. Very pretty cards.

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