Clean and Simple Spring Cards

April 25, 2014 by  
Filed under Core Blog

Hi! Jill from Every Day is an Occasion  here to share some Clean and Simple Spring Cards with you. These cards are so beautiful and yet so simple!!

Clean and Simple Spring Cards

Clean and Simple Spring Cards by Every Day is an Occasion

To make these cards, I used this Silhouette Cut. Then I used all different colors from the Gemstones Pack, Green Spotted Core, Whitewash Core, and the 110 lb White Core. The best way I have found to make a bunch of cards is to use the cut on several different colors but only one color at a time and then mix and match the colors.

Clean and Simple Card 2 by Every Day is an Occasion

I just love sanding the tips of the Whitewash Core. The color shows through so vividly.

Clean and Simple Card 3 by Every Day is an Occasion

I used the Green Spotted Core for the leaves. It is really fun to sand and really gives the card that pop.

Envelopes and liners by Every Day is an Occasion

I made envelopes and liners with each card. I used a Pastels, 110 lb White Core, and this Silhouette Cut to make envelopes and liners.

Green Clean and Simple Card by Every Day is an Occasion

Thanks so much for stopping by and checking out my Clean and Simple Spring Cards!


3 Responses to “Clean and Simple Spring Cards”
  1. Such pretty cards – very Spring!

  2. TracyM #6773 says:

    DELIGHTFUL set of cards Jill!!!

    LOVE the decorative edge, pretty flowers and beautiful colours!!!
    I don’t have a silhouette but think your mix ‘n match idea is a great way to go … it is quite rare for me to make more than one card at a time and your way would be a great way for me to catch up with my card making and still have different cards too => THANK YOU for the inspiration, it’s time for me to get my border punches and CORE out 🙂

  3. ava gavloski says:

    Jill love these CAS cards, so cute

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