Tuesday, July 24, 2018

July Kit

I had a quick play with the Simon Says Stamps July Kit its now sold out but you can still buy the One Cool Pineapple Stamp Set and Flamingo die. 

My first card is an easy peasy one, stamped the perfect sentiment for the stamped and fussy cut fish.

Ok my second card is just as easy. I stamped the flamingo from the stamp set with Versamark on the pink card, once dried I cut out with the die. Added a bit of white and black to his beak. I used the another perfect sentiment and die cut it with the Simon Says Stamp Stitched Squares.

The patterned paper and sequins were in the kit.

Last week the weather had cooled slightly but I had a rubbish week health wise so a Doctors Appointment as been made since they played with my pain meds I've had more off days than good. Its having a huge effect on my card making I have some lovely new stuff to play with. Now the weather as turned really hot again.


  1. Cute cards, especially love the flamingo. Hope you get your meds sorted, hating this heat

  2. Two gorgeous cards.xxx

  3. Easy maybe, but VERY effective and pretty.
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  4. Two fun and pretty images Debby and love the colours of the fish, and the bright pink flamingo with the sweet little flamingos on the background paper too. Sorry that changing your meds has upset you and given you more pain not less! Hopefully you will get into a better regime after you have been back to the doctor. I hope the weather soon cools too. We do not get it so hot here in the south west but it has certainly been hot enough for me, and I know from past experience that in Surrey the weather does get very humid which saps the energy completely. x

  5. These are fabulous Debby, love the bright colours. Hooe the Doctor manages to sort your medication xx

  6. Fun cards. Really love that flamingo. Sure hope you get some relief from the pain after you see your doctor.

  7. Love these Debby :-) XX


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