This last weekend the weather has been so beautiful here in my corner of the world. The skies have been clear and bright blue. The sun has shone brightly with a little warmth in it too!! As I've been out and about bright splashes of colour have come from the gorgeous daffodils. These beautiful flowers inspired me to teach for a stamp set called Daffodil Daydream.
This set is perfect for this time of year. With sentiments for both Easter and Mothers day, which here in the UK take place in early spring. I love to see these bright bold beauties as they remind me that the weather is improving and the day's are getting longer.
My #makeitsimplemonday cards for today are made using just stamps, ink , paper and coloured in with pencils.
There are slight differences in the designs of these 2 cards. One has a torn edge and butterflies....
The cards are very simple in design and require little in the way of tools or skills. For the cut edge version I simply cut a strip off the right-hand side of my card base. I then stamped on it and adhered it onto the right-hand side of thw back of my card base.
Which do you prefer ? Gill would chose the cut edge as she doesn't like torn, frayed anything 😉 Me , I like the soft look of the torn edge!
This fun, simple technique give the cards an interesting feature that everyone can achieve.
I'll be demoing these 2 ways to add a little something extra to a card in my Facebook Live this afternoon over on our page here.
Have a great Monday and Happy Birthday wishes to all those who have a Leap Year Birthday 🎂.