Hi friends! Yesterday I shared with you four cards that I created using the Leafy Frames monthly cardmaking kit by Simon Says Stamp and today I'm sharing three entirely different cards I created still using that same kit! (Click here to see those first four cards, if you missed it yesterday). Yesterday's cards incorporated more bold colors and patterns in greens, blacks and browns. Today's cards have a softer color palette in pink, kraft and white. I have been enjoying making cards from kits like this because when I sit to down to create, I find that I'm making multiple cards instead of just one or two. And two cards is always better than one! I have mentioned before that my card stock pile is running dangerously low right now!
Unfortunately this card kit is currently sold out at Simon Says Stamp, but I do think you'll find it back in stock fairly soon, so if it's something you are really interested, please just keep checking.
Again, here is a look at the Leafy Frames card kit:
Carta Bella Botanical Garden 6 x 6 inch papers
NEW Simon Says Stamp Leafy Frames exclusive 6x8 clear stamp set
Kaisercraft Coconut Mini Paper Blooms Flowers
1 Package Carta Bella Botanical Garden Frames & Tags ephemera
1 Jar Ranger Clear Rock Candy Distress Glitter
Stampers Anonymous Glitter Duster
Simon Says Stamp Metallic Gold envelope
Simon Says Stamp Metallic Green Leaf envelope
Simon Says Stamp Metallic Black envelope
Simon Says Stamp White envelope
Simon Says Stamp Black cardstock 8.5 x 11
Simon Says Stamp Ivory cardstock 8.5 x 11
Simon Says Stamp Cotton Candy cardstock 8.5 x 11
Simon Says Stamp Green Leaf cardstock 8.5 x 11
Neenah Desert Storm 100# cardstock
Here are my three cards:
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