Thursday, July 26, 2018

SSS Friendly Frolic Release

Hi everyone!

Simon Says Stamp has released their Friendly Frolic Collection and it is FABULOUS!

Here's what's included in the new release, stamps, die, sequins, and some dies to match previously released stamp sets:

I've already placed my order and it includes a number of the adorable new picture book creatures. While I wait for those to arrive, Simon Says Stamp did send me a few goodies to play with and I've been busy enjoying the Sketch Lotus Flowers Stamps and coordinating dies.

For my first cards I clear heat embossed the images and sentiments with Versafine Onyx Black Ink on Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Paper. I then painted around the flowers with Daniel Smith Watercolors (listed in the supply list below) and added some Simon Says Stamp Moonshine Confetti to finish things off.

For these next cards I also kept the flowers white. I stamped them on Neenah White Cardstock and diecut them with the coordinating die. I used patterned paper for the background and a strip of solid coloured cardstock for my sentiments. The sentiment strip and flowers were adhered with foam tape to help the image pop. I finished these cards off with some older embellishments from Hero Arts.

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That's it for me today! Hope you're having a great day!

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Jennifer Scull said...

These are all beautiful and showcase that wonderful new stamp set so well. I really like the new release. :) so many great items that I am afraid I might go a bit crazy.... :D

ionabunny said...

Fab cards. The creatures are very cute. Hugz

Andrea Hastilow said...

Great colourful examples of why we all just get this release or what we ' here's the most.

Andre M. said...

Your card sets are always so lovely and I especially enjoy when you incorporate patterned papers. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Kathy said...

Love the black and white flowers against those beautiful backgrounds---very modern look!