Hello Lovelies! Simon Says Stamp's Cozy Wishes Card Kit is giving me all the warm and fuzzy feels and I made 3 cards for you to explore. I could even make you a cup of hot chocolate! LOL
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As usual, you have a bunch of options to choose from in making your cards. I had a momentary brain freeze about which card ideas I wanted to explore first; there are so many possibilities! I was happy that the kit not only offers a stamp set, but an embossing folder and a stencil. See the full list below:
1 NEW Simon Says Stamp Cozy Wishes 6x8 inch stamp set
1 NEW Simon Says Stamp Scandinavian Christmas embossing folder
1 Paper Roses Scandi Christmas 6 x 6 inch paper pad
1 Simon Says Stamp Berries and Leaves 6 x 6 inch stencil
1 Simon Says Stamp Thanks sentiment strip sheet
1 randomly selected color Simon Says Stamp PET tool
1 pack of Hot Cocoa
1 sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch Simon Says Stamp Matte Silver Mirror 90 lb Cardstock
1 sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch Simon Says Stamp Cream 100 lb Cardstock
1 sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch Simon Says Stamp Midnight Green 100 lb Cardstock
1 sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch Simon Says Stamp Soft Navy 100 lb Cardstock
1 sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch Neenah Desert Storm 80 lb Cardstock
1 Simon Says Stamp A2 Cream Envelope
1 Simon Says Stamp A2 Soft Navy Envelope
Today's cards will focus on the adorable Scandi-themed paper, the embossing folder and the stencil:
All of these cards are simple, so you really will not need much guidance from me to get started; two will focus on "diecuts" that I made out of the patterned paper and the third is all about that beautiful leaves and berries stencil.
Cozy Wishes Card - Layering Patterned with Fussy-cut Accents and a Heat-Embossed Sentiment
Card Size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Blue "Wood" Patterned Layer: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Soft Navy Blue Solid Layer: 3 3/8" x 4 5/8"
"Lantern, Candle, Gift..." Patterned Layer: 3 1/4" x 4 1/2"
Cozy Wishes Sentiment: 2 3/4" x 1"
Additional supplies linked in the Supplies Gallery at the end of this post
This is the simplest card of this easy trio. My favorite part is the little houses that I fussy cut from one of the patterned paper sheets. I totally forgot to take a picture of the sheet before I cut it up, but I hope the photo below helps you figure out which one...
Try doing the layering in this order: