Simon Says Stamp Card Kit – Stronger Together – Card 1

Hi guys, after so many days of working on die cut based cards, I am shifting to my old love – watercolors – at least for a little bit. And the perfect companion for this was this month’s Simon Says Stamp – Stronger Together card kit for March 2020.

I started by die cutting a piece of Canson watercolor paper using the largest Memory Box Warped Stitched rectangle die. Then I stamped my images on it using Archival Black ink and my trusted MISTI.

I used Ooku watercolor pens that I had won in a preview giveaway. These watercolor pens have vibrant colors and I do like using them from time to time. For today’s card I used the yellow ones, light green one and the gray one. 

After all the stamping, I had an empty area around where the sentiment is. I hand-drew one leaf to fit into that space. When I went over the pencil lines of this leaf with a black gel pen, I was impatient and started coloring it without letting it get completely dried at first. So, obviously it smudged just a bit and made the green color get a hint of gray. I decided to roll with it and added gray + green to the rest of my leaves. :)

Finally I mounted this panel on a black cardbase using some foam tape; stamped-fussy-cut and mounted the sentiment and also added some matching gems around the sentiment to finish it off.

That’s it. Hope you liked this project. If you give it a try, do tag me on social media. I love to see your creations.


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Comments on Simon Says Stamp Card Kit – Stronger Together – Card 1

  1. Marisela Delgado says:

    Gorgeous card, Varada. You should never point out your “goofs.” Plus, I never would have noticed if you hadn’t said anything because your card is so beautiful. I always say that there are no mistakes–everything happens for a reason. =) I always love seeing your beautiful creations, Varada. You always rock it, girl. =) tu amiga (your friend) in San Antonio, Texas…….Marisela

    1. Varada says:

      Ha ha :) Thanks for dropping by, Marisela! Glad you liked the card …


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