Sweet and Simple Card with Just Believe

Today is another quick post because I need to get my rear in gear and finish up my swaps for Regionals this weekend and finish prepping for my Christmas Card stamp-a-stack on Sunday!  The paper and dimensionals will be flying around my craft room today! 🙂

But this is a card that we made in my Build your Stash card class earlier this month and everyone seemed to really enjoy it, plus it is really easy to take this design and switch it up with different stamps and colors you have at home.

 

We used the Just Believe stamp set for everything on this card.  The leaves on the right side of the card were stamped with Certainly Celery ink onto the Certainly Celery cardstock.  Then for the flower and grass image, we just used Certainly Celery and Pink Pirouette markers to color them in.  Add some Soft Suede for the trim and the sentiment and it’s a nice subtle card that can be used whenever you need it!

Alright, well, back to the craft room I go!  If you try this card out yourself, I’d love to see what you come up with!  (I’m curious what everyone does with the design!)
Leave me a link in a comment here to where you’ve posted your card or post it up on my Facebook page for everyone to see!

 

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Just Believe simple Card Recipe
Stamps:
Just Believe
Ink: Markers – Certainly Celery, Pink Pirouette, Ink Pads – Soft Suede, Certainly Celery
Paper: Whisper White, Soft Suede, Certainly Celery
Accessories: Scallop Trim Punch, Basic Pearls

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