You're Sweet

I decided to make a couple more single layer cards yesterday for thank yous. This time I used the stamp wheel Cupcakes from Stampin' Up. The first card I used watercolor pencils on regular white cardstock. The second card I used watercolor paper from Archivers and used my blender pen and ink from the lid of my ink pads.

The glitter shows up really well in person, especially on the watercolor paper card (second one). Now, when I need a quick card, I know I can make a single layer ones and have a great bunch of cute cards.





Card recipe: Stamp - Cupcakes stamping wheel (SU); Paper - white cs, white watercolor paper, baby pink cs (CTMH), heavely blue cs (CTMH); Ink - crystal blue (CTMH), blush (CTMH), sunny yellow (CTMH), holiday red (CTMH), topiary (CTMH); Accessories - word window punch (SU); watercolor pencils (CTMH); prisma glitter; Sentiment is printer from Microsoft Word

Happy Stamping!

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6 comments:

Bizzy Bee said...

Very cute! I really like the colors on the second one.

Tammy Hershberger said...

You're sweet too, Kim and so are these cards! I love the adorable simplicity! (Love the watermelon ones from yesterday, too!)

Alanna said...

So cute Kim.

Barb said...

These are very sweet!

SamieVt said...

Sometimes simple is the best way to go! I love these cards!

Jeanne said...

Most definitely a couple of very sweet cards from a very sweet lady! Love the simplicity and the beauty in that simplicity.

Makes me think I need to try using a blender pen...what do you use?