Monday, December 5, 2016

More Merry and Bright

Every once in a while a stamp set comes along that I cannot stop playing with. Usually for me it is a floral stamp set, I love flowers.  So imagine my surprise to find myself absolutely in love with Simon Says Stamp's Merry and Bright designed by Kristina Werner. They were deigned for  the December card kit.  I was happy to see that I could buy just the stamp set at the same time the kit was released.

I love the images, and I could color them all day long and all week long.  I have been coloring them alot and this is hands down my favorite stamp this season, maybe even this year!

I am submitting these two to Simons Flicker Challenge Make it a Happy Holiday.  




After coloring the images and matting them, I decided they needed a bit more sparkle...so I dug out the stickles.  I'd forgotten how much fun they can be!



Thanks so much for stopping by!

8 comments:

  1. These are wonderful, Cat! I totally agree--just can't beat Stickles as long as you can put it aside long enough for it to dry--haha!

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  2. Oh so precious, Cat ... you've given that darling tree such perfect shaping!!
    =]

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  3. They are very cute stamps and do look so fun to color! Glad you have been having a good time with them. Your cards are both lovely. I really like the arrangement with the banner under the image. The sponging is so soft behind the images too!

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  4. Cat I love these, such sweet stamps and coloured perfectly!

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  5. Great designs and lovely coloring!

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  6. Looks like you are having a blast with this set, I can see why you like it so much!

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  7. So cute, Cat, both of them ... great colouring ... the scalloped stitched edge is fabulous! Hugs, Anita :)

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  8. Absolutely adorable cards, Cat! I love how you created a CAS design and your coloring is just beautiful! Love the stitched border, too...it adds so much charm to your design!

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