Simon Says Stamp Celebrate release Blog Hop - Day 1

I'm happy to be participating in day 1 of the new Simon Says Stamp Celebrate blog hop. I am sharing a project using goodies from this new release.
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This card was super easy to make! I used an A2 size card base cut from smooth white cardstock. I then trimmed down another white panel and scored it every half inch and then dragging the distress ink pad directly over the panel to create a woodgrain background.
I then die cut several of the flowers from the coordinating dies for the new Flower Power stamp set from scraps of colored cardstock. I adhered them to the woodgrain panel with foam squares. I added some white detail to each image and die cut a sentiment from white cardstock and vellum. I adhered it over the blooms.
I hope you enjoyed the project I have shared with you today. For lots more inspiration check out the CELEBRATE gallery. Be sure to tune in tomorrow for day 2 of the Celebrate Blog Hop. Happy Hopping!

For your convenience I have listed and linked all the supplies I used for this project. Thanks for stopping by!

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Comments

  1. Love this card, everything about it. The colors you chose, your use of the white gel pen, great job.

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  2. Easy card, but lovely!! Love how your created the wood grain panel- thank you for sharing.

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  3. This is such a pretty card. Love the colors & the sentiment backed w/ vellum.

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  4. Gorgeous colors! Love that floral set!

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  5. Love how you did the background on this card and how you made the super cute flowers with just the dies. Thanks for the push to think outside the box!

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  6. Great card! I love your color choices!

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  7. Love the color combo - very pretty :)

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  8. Love your color choices and the vellum background for the sentiment!

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  9. Loving the Flower Power pink!!!

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  10. Fun release and such a beautiful card! Wendy O. worme66@comcast.net

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  11. I love how you made the panel background and all those bright flowers! This reminds me of a vintage dress!

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  12. Beautiful card. I need to remember to use vellum more often.

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  13. Love your faux wood background. Beautiful card as always! Thank you!

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  14. Easy and gorgeous. Love the incredible look a simple gel pen adds. Thank you for sharing 😊

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  15. I love all of those flowers in the same color family! Trish Cox

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  16. Reminds me of spring. Very pretty and cheery. Thank you 😊

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  17. What a wonderful design. Your colors are beautiful and I love that sentiment.

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  18. Very pretty & cheerful!

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  19. So, so pretty!! Love the flower colors and added dot details. Also great way to make a woodgrain background, I've seen it created that way several times and I keep forgetting to do it for any of my cards with flowers!

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  20. What a cheery card!

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  21. What a fun card! Love the Flower Power products.

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  22. Sheila Styre-BriereApril 19, 2024 at 1:14 PM

    Love the background and your cheerful flowers from the Flower Power set create a wonderful card for someone special✨🌸✌️🌺✨

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  23. Beautiful card - those flowers are so pretty!

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  24. Oh so pretty. I love easy that doesn't look so easy. Thak you so much.

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  25. What a sweet card, love the colors.

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  26. Love these pretty flowers! Beautiful colors and design for your cheery card!

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  27. Marisela Delgado said: Always beautiful cards! Your card is so lovely. mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  28. Such a pretty card! Love both the color palette and design!

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  29. Just beautiful! Love the groovy flower power flowers! The white accents really make them pop!

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  30. I like the wood grain for these pretty colorful flowers.

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  31. This really is a lovely card. I imagine that the card alone would have me feeling the warmth of the images and the sentiment.

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  32. I love the wood grain panel in the back that gives the vertical lines.

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  33. I like how the panel works behind the flowers.

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  34. Love your beautiful card, Barbara!

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  35. This is so incredibly pretty! LOVE your reel showing this. Wonderful, beautiful card xoxo

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  36. Posies here, posies there, posies everywhere!

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  37. Gorgeous florals! Love the colors and your die cut/Vellum sentiment too!

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  38. Those flowers really pop against your wood grain background, Great work.

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  39. This card just scrams spring.

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  40. Beautiful card. Love the little details.

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  41. Lauryne CunninghamApril 20, 2024 at 4:48 AM

    This is such a sweet card- I love all the beautiful flowers! The woodgrain background looks great!

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  42. This card screams Spring and I'm loving it! Really Beautiful!

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  43. This combo set of dies, stamps, and stencil has me heading over to Simon’s store now to order. What a fun and happy set. TFS.

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  44. love the simplicity of the flowers

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  45. I love this technique for making the woodgrain background and the flowers softens it up so nicely. Beautiful.

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  46. Super cute card!!! This set has such a 70's vibe! :)

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  47. Pretty card! I love the inked edges and details on the flowers.

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  48. The pinks of the die cut flowers look so pretty against the "woodgrained" background. Simple yet effective!

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  49. I know that the wood grain pattern is all the way in the background, but WOW! Does it set off all of the colorful flowers so beautifully! TFS — Bridget N (j.bageln5@gmail.com)

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  50. Love this card! Cant wait to get this set!

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  51. Love the layers of beautiful flowers. They make me smile.

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  52. Love the pretty pinks against the woodgrain background, Barbara! TFS

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  53. Love the vellum backed sentiment and the pretty pink flowers. Nice card.

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  54. Clever idea! So pretty!! love the pinks

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  55. Cute and happy flowers. Love the vellum shadow. Great work, Barbara! Your cards that Heidi showed during the live show were amazing!
    Lori S in PA

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  56. Such a pretty card, I love the colors!

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  57. I've been loving these big flowers that SSS has been stylin' the past few months. And your card makes that style shine! Beautiful colors and design.

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  58. Beautiful card. I love your colour scheme.

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  59. At first glance I thought the wood grain panel was patterned paper. What a great technique you used to create that wood grain look! You executed it wonderfully!

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  60. Ingenious way to creat a wood background! Beautiful card.

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  61. beautiful card - thanks for sharing

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  62. What a bright and cheery card! Love the colors!

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  63. This really is a beautiful card, love the cours and this card makes me so happy!

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  64. I absolutely LOVE your card! I never know what to do with flowers and this is a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  65. Love this! Your woodgrain background is a perfect backdrop to those fun flowers. You did a great job with making it look so realistic and the end product is one gorgeous card!

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  66. Beautiful card, love the shades of Pink!

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  67. Great background and beautiful card. Thanks for sharing.

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  68. This is so cute! Beautiful medley of pinks.

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  69. I really like the color combination! So pretty and wonderful.

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