May 16, 2018

Sending Spring Your Way!

Hey everyone,

Sharing a springy card using Simon Says Stamp’s Sending Sunshine release. Gorgeous seasonal products just released. So I thought I will share with you my spring card using new products.

I love the Flower Cluster die. One of my favourite product in this release. I die cut this die using watercolour paper and sponged distress oxide inks in Worn Lipstick, Abandoned Coral and Twisted Citron. Then I stacked glued this piece with couple of more pieces to add dimension.

For the background, I stamped the Deco Diamond background stamp on white card panel using Simon’s Fog ink. I like the subtle background. There is interest and also makes the colourful Flower Cluster die pop.

I adhered this Flower Cluster die cut on the centre left of the panel and stamped the sentiment from Four Season Sayings stamp set in black besides it. A few iridescent diamonds from Little Things by Lucy to finish off the card.

Some closeups of the card for you.

This card is way out of my comfort zone. Subtle colours are not my thing but I am growing to love them a lot. This particular card is light and fresh spring like.


Here are all the Sending Sunshine release products. Which one(s) are your favourite?

Its hard for me choose my favourites. I love the products I used on this card a lot. I don’t have all of them. I need those stencils, Hello There stamp set and dies and Hex Yeah stamp set and dies.

Thanks guys for stopping by my blog today. See you tomorrow with more projects.


  1. Wow

  2. Annette Gordon says

    I just love the soft grey of the background stencil! It looks so so pretty! And then with the pop of colour. Very nice.

  3. Gorgeous! The Deco Diamonds background and Flower Cluster die are my absolute favorites form this release and I love what you’ve done with them.

  4. Love your cards. The colors are so vibrant. Especially love the black on the first card.

  5. Helga Grauer says

    Wonderful card – best idea – perfect made !

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