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Inspired by Simplicity

This is the third card I made when trying out my new Wildflowers set. It was inspired by this lovely card by Susan at Simplicity. I limited the colour scheme to five colours and made sure there was a common colour on each panel to tie it together. I applied markers directly onto the stamps and spritzed the stamp with water before stamping it on the white card.

It is March break in Ontario so I am hoping for a little more stamping time in the next week. So hopefully a few more cards on the blog too.

Supplies:

Stamps: Wildflowers Vol 2 (Darkroom Door), Upsy Daisy(SU)
Inks: Markers (SU)
Cardstock: MFP white


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12 Comments on “Inspired by Simplicity”

  1. Once again – AMAZING. Love your popped up panels so evenly popped! (you and Susan kill me getting them so perfect!) 🙂

  2. Debbie aka swldebbie says:

    Great card. I need to make some time to try this look.

  3. jan crissman says:

    your simplicity is elegant…. Love it…

  4. Marja says:

    I feel the Spring Heather, beautidful little cards.
    Warm greets
    Marja

  5. cathy fong says:

    Love how you stamp on panels. they are beautiful!

  6. sue says:

    I do love this layout, especially with the larger panels. Your burst of colors is lovely —a beautiful spring card!

  7. Robyn Wood says:

    So elegant and simple – it is gorgeous!

  8. Godelieve says:

    Wow!! i simply love every card made by you. Another beauty here!

  9. Lindsey says:

    I often find Susan’s blog a source of inspiration, too! This one is a great variation on Susan’s original. Great idea to keep the one colour consistent across the panels and the sentiment.

  10. Lisa says:

    So beautiful as always!!! Love the color choice, what markers did you use? Thanks!
    Lisa

  11. ND says:

    New and different!

    . . . . but very attractive with vibrant colours.

    I like it.

    ND


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