Simon Says Stamp – Born to Sparkle Release Blog Hop – Day 2

A Swoopy Thank You Card with the Born to Sparkle Release!

Hello and Happy Friday Crafty Friends!  I am super excited to be joining in Day 2 of the Simon Says Stamp Blog Hop celebrating the new and amazing Born to Sparkle Release. The project I created today is using one of the items in this fantastic release.  I love using my colored cardstock for die cutting but they make great backgrounds too. The CZ Design Wafer Dies SWOOPY THANK YOU set creates a perfect focal point for any project so I kept it pretty simple. I hope you get a chance to check out this amazing release over at the Simon Shop!

Check out the Entire Simon Says Stamp – Born to Sparkle Release Here!

If you missed Day 1 of the Born to Sparkle Blog Hop, CLICK HERE! You don’t want to miss out on some more fabulous inspiration!

Giveaway Details!

 Simon Says Stamp is giving away a $25 coupon to every stop on the hop from the blog comment section. Simpon Says Stamp will choose the winners and post on the Simon Says Stamp blog on Wednesday, the 5th of May. If you are the winner, just email Simon Says Stamp to claim your prize 🙂

Looking for a Home to share your “BORN TO SPARKLE” inspiration or just looking for inspiration? You MUST check out the Simon Says Stamp “BORN TO SPARKLE” Gallery!! So many amazing projects are all in one spot, CLICK HERE TO VISIT!

Yay! A Crafty Bonus!!

Doing a little crafty shopping today at the Simon Says Stamp shop? Don’t forget to use code CRUSH428 to get the Simon Says Stamp get the Island Crush Ink Cube set for FREE (with a $25 or more purchase), but only while supplies last! So hurry on over, this promotion will expire 5/2 at 11:59 pm EDT.

More projects and Sneak Peeks Below!

Supplies

You can watch how I made this card down below or on my YouTube Channel Just Click Here.  Grab your coffee friends and let’s get to crafting! Wishing you a beautiful day! Hugs, Tina

You are at the End of the Hop, Thanks for Joining Us!

If you are joining us late, you’ve missed out on some amazing inspiration!

Head on over to the beginning at the Simon Says Stamp Blog Click Here.


Simon Says Stamp Blog
 

Laura Bassen

Debby Hughes

Jennifer McGuire

Cathy Zielske

Amanda Korotkova

Heather Hoffman

Anna-Karin Evaldsson

Emma Williams

Bibi Cameron

Yoonsun Hur

Bobbi Lemanski

Dilay Nacar

Mindy Eggen

Kath Stewart

Norine Borys

Tina Smith

88 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp – Born to Sparkle Release Blog Hop – Day 2

  1. So pretty! I love the colors and background design, and the sentiment is beautiful! Awesome graduation card too!

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  2. I love the use of the background Stamp over the stripes. I’m going to give this a try. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. Both of these cards are fantastic!! I love how you used your paper scraps to stamp a background on! The color are so pretty and I’m always looking for ways to use my scraps!! Thanks for this excellent idea!!

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  4. Tina – I love this clean and simple design, that has all the layers from strips to ink to actual vellum and cardstock mats. So many times I overthink and stress over intricate designs that may not even get finished. Thanks for the reminder that clean, simple steps can produce elegant and beautiful results, just like your card!

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  5. I love this card, Tina. It was not complicated… you saved time by just using the versa mark to get a watermark sort of image of the doodled circles. You used up scraps of colored cardstock and you brought in a black backer to draw together the sentiment and the rest of the card. Terrific !! Love it!
    Lori S in PA

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  6. Very clever way to make a background with the the scraps, and the graduation card is so classy! Love that dots background!

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  7. Thanks for showing how you made this card because I really want to find a creative way to use my scraps, so will definitely be employing this method.

    Kind regards.

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