Share in your Sorrow

I have seen so many single layer cards lately.  I love how quick they are to make, and the simple, clean designs.  One of the best things about "all" single layer cards....it doesn't cost extra postage to send them.  You know they won't get eaten in the postage sorter either.  One of the best things about his single layer card...I have it saved in my computer, so I can print them when I need them.  What?  I made this card with My Digital Studio software.


This is printed on my Canon printer at home.  I love how it looks.  I didn't add any embellishments to this one to keep it a single layer.  Every thing I used on this card comes on the original software.

This one I added chocolate chip 15/16" satin ribbon (retired) and doodle dots with my white gel pen.



If you don't have My Digital Studio, you really need to think about getting this wonderful program.  In fact, if you are thinking about it, email me with any questions.  

Materials used are stampin’ up! Unless noted
Stamps: all scallops, thoughts & prayers, upsy daisy
Paper: kraft cardstock
Ink: canon printer
Accessories: white gel pen, 15/16" satin chocolate chip ribbon (retired)
Punches: none
Techniques: My Digital Studio





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5 comments:

Sparkle said...

Such pretty cards! But I am an embelli gal, so love the one with ribbon!

Jeanne said...

Wow, Kim, that's awesome! I really like both versions of your card. It's a great example of how to keep it simple or how to fancy it up. GREAT job!

Denise....the Glitter Queen said...

Oh my gosh! You always inspire me! Guess what my first official purchase is going to be now??!!! I consider myself a KISS ...keep it simple stamper. LOVE them both!!
May 1st coming up!!!!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Fantastic card Kim, and I love that you can print this out in a moment...which we all know that with sympathy cards, we need those right away when the need arises.

Awesome design.

Kimberley said...

Awesome! I am going to have to try printing a card at home like this! I have never thought of printing on different colors!