Popping in with a quick clean and simple set of cards I created this weekend, using up some scraps, and taking a stab at a few Splitcoast challenges. These are super simple cards, but between other things I ended up getting involved in on Saturday when I made them, they represent a day’s worth of worthwhile work! (Case in point: coming up with a clever way to label my Big Shot so as to not have to try to recall the correct “sandwich” for each type of item I want to use it for, and getting my label maker set up, and laundry… lots of laundry!) Sometimes, clean and simple is fabulous in and of itself!
Entering these in the following Splitcoast Challenges:
Color Challenged 808 – CC808 – Bumblebee / Merry Merlot / Mossy Meadow
Ways to Use It 809 – WT809– What’s Your Angle? – Use an angled panel on your card. You can use a shape with an angle such as a triangle or a hexagon or cover a corner of your card with an angled panel.
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This card can also be found in my gallery on SplitCoast; “recipe” below includes keywords specific to SplitCoast Stampers challenges.
|Title: CC808 WT809 Clean and Simple Fall Card|
|SCS Keywords: CC808, WT809, CAS, Clean and Simple, My Favorite Things, MFT, Stampin Up, SU, Fall, Autumn|
|Stamps: Give Thanks, Buffalo Check, Radial Halftone (MFT), |
|Ink: Crushed Curry (for Bumblebee), Cherry Cobbler (for Merry Merlot), Garden Green (for Mossy Meadow)|
|Paper Size: A2|
|Technique: Watercolor, clean and simple, dimension, fussy cutting|
|Accessories: Watercolor brush, foam mounting dots|