Today I have 2 simple ideas for cards that you can make quickly using the SIP method of card making. STAMPS, INK and PAPER-that’s all you need! These cards are trendy and beautiful.
We are using the To a Wild Rose stamp set that is very versatile and the ideas are endless. After my featured projects & video for today, I share several other simple ideas for cards from a blog post a couple years ago. Make sure to check that post out for lots of ideas with this stamp set & coordinating dies.
This Stamp Set is Retiring May 3, 2021
I was super sad to see this stamp set on the retiring list. It is only available through May 3, so if you love it and want it, make sure to order soon.
Simple Ideas for Cards Using the SIP Method
Check out my video to see how easy these cards are to make with just STAMPS, INK and PAPER. Some times you just need to keep it super simple and make a card quickly–these ideas are perfect for that.
Want more? I’ve got lots of other SIP card ideas you can browse that are also simple ideas for card making.
If you’d rather binge watch SIP Card Videos I’ve got loads of simple ideas for cards there too!
Cards From the Video
Make sure to see how I use one ink pad to get several shades of color in the video.
Both of these cards are made just using the Note Cards and Envelopes.
The ink colors I used are: Rococo Rose, Granny Apple Green, Soft Suede and Black.
17 More Simple Ideas For Cards Using This Stamp Set
These 2 simple cards just scratch the surface!!! About 2 years ago I did a long post and video showing 17 different cards! Here are just a few….
The video is pretty special to me because I had the pleasure of filming it out in Utah at the corporate office with Sara Douglass, the CEO of Stampin’ Up! We had such a blast.
I have a tutorial available in my tutorial store for 10 different cards using the To a Wild Rose Stamp Set & coordinating Dies.
I hope you like all these ideas for this stamp set. It is quite a lovely and versatile set. If you have any questions, or if I can help you in any way, make sure to let me know.
Also–leave me a comment if you want. I love to hear from my readers and know if you like the projects and ideas that I share.