Thursday, February 26, 2009

The KISS Method

Although the original KISS theory is meant to stand for Keep it Simple Stupid, I prefer for it to stand for Keep it Super Simple...and simple is just what these two cards are. You, your kids and even your husbands could create these designs!




But just because they are super simple, doesn't make them uninteresting. Just look at what rounding the corners, tearing a paper layer and tying a ribbon does to the Get Well Card. And on the Quickie Quacker card, I intentionally colored him in under 10 seconds to show you that you don't always have to pull out the aqua painter and color like an artist to have something look cute. Just think — you can do the stamping and your kids can do the coloring to send out this adorable Easter card. The set used is A Good Egg from Stampin’ Up! The Get Well Greeting features the Baroque wheel with pretty in pink ink, a verse from Sincere Salutations set and the outlined flower stem and leave stamps from the limited time only, Sale-A-Bration set named Botanical Blooms which you can earn FREE with any $50 purchase during Sale-A-Bration.

2 comments:

Melissa Bove said...

Gorgeous Cheri!! Sorry, I haven't been by! So busy with DT stuff!! Love all your new creations!! Hope all is well!!

Hugs, Melissa

kathymarieperez said...

love the cards, awsome!