It’s time for the new August Simon Says Stamp Card Kit! This kit is packed with rich indigos, deep reds, kraft, stars and more stars! All supplies are linked at the end of this post. Compensated affiliate links used.
The Seeing Stars kit stamp set has gorgeous constellations which in my mind make quick and easy guy cards. Our family has 3 wonderful men; my husband and our two sons and yet predominantly I have lots of cards with a feminine twist, probably because those appeal to me! In an aim to rectify the balance I created these two constellation cards. If you search ‘constellation’ on Pinterest you see lots of lovely indigo puddles of watercolor and so inspired by this I white heat embossed the images on pieces of Arches watercolor card. Using the Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink cube from the kit I patted the ink on to an acrylic block and then picked it up with a damp brush to start the watercolor puddles. I did add in some Indigo to get more depth and Silver too for sparkle and contrast.
I also cut kraft panels using the Tim Holtz motif resist papers; these have a lovely subtle patterns – stars on one and numbers on the other.
Finally I lined some kraft envelopes with a couple of the Pebbles pattern papers.
Here’s a full look at what’s included in the kit. You can see the Seeing Stars stamp set, Chipped Sapphire ink cube as well as the Tim Holtz and Pebbles papers I used but also there’s a star die, burst stencil and matching card too. The July Card Kit sold out so I’d be quick if you want to pick up this kit.
You can subscribe to this (no obligation) card kit of the month program for $24.95 plus shipping and handling. Kits can also be purchased individually from 14th of the month at Simon Says Stamp store for $29.95 plus Shipping and Handling where you can also buy many of the elements of the kit separately.
I’m just returning from a couple of weeks away with the family so I’ve some catching up to do! Summer always impinges on my spare time and I must apologise if you are waiting for me to answer a comment, email or such. I do read everything, but especially at this time of year it can take me a while to get on top of things.
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Summary of the project which gives all the views of the card in one photo :D I’d love if you pinned and called by on Pinterest :D