Thanksgiving card with Simon Says Stamp November Card Kit


Hello! Here is a simple, lovely card for Thanksgiving. I got the Simon Says Stamp November card kit and it’s as usual beautiful.

It has beautiful pattern papers, matching card bases, a copper ink pad, paper clip in shape of a flower, gold stickles, etc.

This is a card I prepared quickly when I first got it, but I also want to show you cards are not the only projects you can do. I created an art journal page as well, so watch out for it, I’m going to publish it in a few days:)

You can watch the video below to see how I created it or what’s in the card kit. Full list of supplies are down below as well.

I wanted to have a duo-color look. So I only chose brown/copper and blue combination. I used the blue card as my base. I cut and scored it as 4.25 and 5.5 inches. There was a beautiful embossing folder with flowers, so I embossed a white card. I went over it with only the copper ink pad to highlight the flowers. I used also Nuvo glitter drop for inside the flowers. This matched with the blue card base. I cut this panel a bit smaller than the base, so I had a blue frame. I also used a Simon Says Stamp banner die to cut a banner using one of the pattern papers in the kit. I covered the flower embellishment with Cast Bronze wax by Creative expressions. I sticked it with Nuvo glue pen on the banner. I also sticked the banner with a dimension using foam tape.

This color combination with copper tones matched one of the enveloped in the card kit, so you can send them together. I stamped my sentiment inside the card, as I didn’t want to add any more details on the outside.

Hope you liked it, please don’t forget to leave me comments, likes or share if you do. See you next time!

You can find the full list of supplies here:


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