Spring Has Sprung "Quickies"

Ornamental trees are blooming along with the daffodils, making my mind and feet want to wander among them. 
Stamps used: Hero Arts (tree, spring words), Anna Griffin (flourish, tulip), Stampendous (cherry blossom), Stampabilities (swirly butterfly)

These simple cards celebrate the light, uplifting, openness and promise of spring. The tree with blossoms is obviously a stamp, but so are all the images behind it. Using several spring stamps and dark lavender ink, I just randomly stamped an 8 ½ x 11 lavender sheet of paper. Cut it down to the sizes needed for the cards, layer  with coordinating paper, and voila! 

This is truly a quick way to make several beautiful cards at once with very minimal supplies and no experience necessary. Great for newbies, or for those times when you need a quick, last-minute card, or when you want to hurry outside to tiptoe through the tulips! 

Does this super simple, ‘unintimidating’ technique entice you to want to try something new?

Q:  Think of a time you did try something new (in any area of life!) and tell us what led you to say, “I want to try that!”

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