Thursday, March 7, 2019

Simon Says Stamp "Fresh Bloom" Release

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I am popping in with a quick post about Simon Says Stamp's latest release "Fresh Bloom".


TULIP COLLAGE Wafer Die s645 Fresh Bloom
TULIP COLLAGE Wafer Die s645 Fresh Bloom
 
 
This gorgeous die was sent to me by Simon. Lucky me!
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It has been a while since I created a shaker card. So, that's what I did with the die.
I created two background for the card front and for the background.
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Distress Oxide can be blended so easily and are great for ink-blending.
To add extra interest to the background, I took out the Butterfly Stencil and added a butterfly!
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Since I am too cheap to get the Life-Changing Blender Brush Set, I used the regular Ranger Ink applicator for the ink-blending and they worked just fine ( you can call me "sour grape"-LOL).
With practice, I am OK without the fancy brushes.

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I hope you like this fun and colorful shaker card.
You can find  Tulip Collage (Simon Says Stamp) release here.
Once you make your SSS selection, you may use this link to check out.
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9 comments:

Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful spring scene! Awesome die!

Dawn Turley said...

Just beautiful Virginia. This die is the one I fell in love with when I saw the kit.

Purple Princess said...

Such a gorgeous card! I love the frame!!

Sue D said...

Beautiful colors and I like the stenciled butterfly.

MadeByMeghanK said...

Love the little scene you created in the middle!

Linda BL said...

What a beautiful spring card! Also think the Tulip Collage die would be great to use for an Easter card. In fact, the one you did would be perfect-- same colors and everything.

Teri Smith said...

That Tulip Collage die is so delicate looking. It would be quite versatile. Your card is so lovely. (I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who hasn't purchased the blending brushes for the same reason. They are a tad pricey.) I just got the Tim Holtz small round blending tool not long ago & still haven't been able to do good blending. I keep getting the round edge of it showing, but I'll just keep practicing. Thanks for this post Virginia.

conil said...

What a sweet, beautiful scene you've painted and blended.

Teresa Doyle said...

What a pretty spring shaker card Virginia. Stop teasing us...LOL
Hurry up SPRING! Thank goodness the time goes ahead this weekend;)