I Love You Watts and Watts – SSS April 2014 Card Kit

Hi everyone! Today I’m here with a card using the supplies from the Simon Says Stamp April 2014 Card Kit. This kit is packed with amazing things. The stamp set has a light bulb image and many matching sentiments. The papers from Simple Stories are also very bold and pretty.

You can purchase the kit on its own for 24.95 or be a card kit subscriber and pay 19.95 per month for each kit.

I wanted to enter this card for the Retro Sketches Challenge Blog but I was a couple of days late. I still decided to continue making the card because I thought it was a pretty unique sketch.  Here is the sketch from the challenge that I used —

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Here is my card —

I Love You Watts and Watts

 

I started the card by trying to make a template with triangles. I really didn’t have a formula but I just drew diagonal lines and I ended up with 4 triangles. The second and bottom one were 1 1/2 inches wide and I used that for my patterned paper. I chose 2 floral papers from the Simple Stories and cut and adhered them. For the center triangle, I knew I wanted to stamp something. I used the light bulb stamp and the coordinating shadow stamp. I used Hero Arts Lemon Yellow for the shadow and Memento Tuxedo Black ink for the bulb. Then I decided to create a pattern of light bulbs just using the bulb image without the shadow to leave that one image as the focal point.

For the sentiment, I used 2 stamps from the set. I mounted them side by side and stamped it on Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

To finish the card, I used some Elmer’s Gold Glitter Glue on the heart and adhered some wood veneer shapes from Freckled Fawn.

You can watch the video below or on YouTube to watch all the specifics on how I made card —


 

 

SUPPLY LIST
1. Simon Says Stamp April 2014 Card Kit (patterned paper, stamp set and wood veneers)
2. Hero Arts Shadow Ink in Lemon Yellow
3. Memento Tuxedo Black ink
4. Elmer’s Gold Glitter Glue
5. Glossy Accents 
 

That’s it for this card. Thanks for reading and watching!

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