With our Designer Series Paper (DSP) sale this month, I thought I'd share another card that features a DSP Z fold on the front.I used a piece of paper that was 12" X 3" and scored it at 4" and 8". This was centered on the card front. The smallest rectangle in the Radiating Stitches Dies fits perfectly on the pull out. A few dies from the Cheerful Daisies and my card was about done. I used a small Blending Brush and Lemon Lolly ink to add color to the centers of my flowers. Finally, I stamped a daisy inside my card and on the envelope.
While my stamps and ink were out on my table, I decided to make another #SimpleStamping card. Stamps-ink-paper only. (Ok, I added rhinestones, too.) Once I took my photograph, I decided I should have added a yellow layer to my card, so I made a 3rd card. I'm including both simple stamping cards, to show how just adding a layer may be the finishing touch your card needs.
To round the corners of my white layer, I used a circle punch. This was one of the first non-traditional uses for a circle punch that I learned.
There's the same card with a Lemon Lolly layer.
Try adding another layer to your next project and see if it makes a difference.