Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Joy in June - Rubber Stamped Cards

I have been itching to get back to rubber stamping for some time now.  Inspired by Ann, a multi-talented crafter from Wales, I have taken the plunge once more.  Ann has a wonderful blog and I often go back and read her old posts as they are so interesting.  Click here to go to her blog.  The cards above are the size of a gift tag and such fun to make.

The owl card above is stamped with lots of mini stamps formed into a circle.  The owl was stamped onto brown card, cut out and adhered to the front of the card.  Sweet simple cards.  Just the way I like them.

12 comments:

  1. Sadly the second photo didn't appear - what's wrong with Blogger lately?! Loved the little cards though in the first pic.

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  2. They're gorgeous Simone, really pretty, keep going and don't forget to show us them! :)
    V x

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  3. Love your ideas, Simone. Rubber stamping is a delightful distraction. Thanks for the link to Ann's blog.

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  4. These cards are just lovely, Simone! My favorite is the wreath with the owl. Your joy in making them shines through!! xx

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  5. I love the little thank you cards - so delicate and pretty:)

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  6. Gorgeous, gorgeous cards
    Julie xxxxxx

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  7. Your attention to detail is spot on. Lovely!

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  8. Simple and elegant and designs. You have such a natural talent.
    Lisa x

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  9. A note to write
    A gift to send
    A stamped delight
    for a special friend.

    xx

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  10. Love Ethel's comment above - must remember it. Yes, these are perfect Simone! You've got them just right.

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  11. These are wonderful, Simone! Glad you've returned to stamping. I know you love it and your creations are always lovely. The owl is my favorite.

    I hope you have enjoyed your joyful June.

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