Card Share + Winners


Just here to share a super quick card. It has a leftover piece from a card I did for the Online Card Class Pattern Play. My class card featured the negative space of a “thank you” die cut, so I thought I would use the die cut itself for a card here. (I used a fun stamping + patterned paper technique for the die cut paper.) All My Mind’s Eye. I love their 6×6 paper pads!

This is a great way to use fancy patterned papers – just die cut them with an intricate die. Takes no time at all and looks extra special…

Here are some other pieces I made in class. (For more info on the Pattern Play class, go HERE. It isn’t too late to sign up! This class has a video for every card. Yay!)

Before I go, I have some winners – I emailed you:

  • The winner of the Inktense Pencils is Kathy Marie.
  • The winners of Pattern Play class spots are Colleen, Amyt1 and Yainea.
  • The winner of the SSS Card Kit is jengd.
  • The winner of the Amy Tangerine Stamp is Kathy Mc.

Below are the supplies used for this card. To find them at Simon Says Stamp, click on the SSS below the thumbnails. For Ellen Hutson, click on EH

Hero Arts Thank You Die (SSS|EH)



Neenah White Cardstock 250 Sheets (SSS|EH)


Neenah White Cardstock 25 Sheets (SSS|EH)



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16 thoughts on “Card Share + Winners”

  1. Love your thank you out of patterned paper! Congrats also to all the winners…and this time I’m one of the lucky ones ~ yeah!

  2. Hope all the winners enjoy! As always, Jennifer knocked it out of the park on this one! Love the way you make such great use of your supplies!

  3. Patterned Play class is awesome! If you’re on the fence about taking it, I highly recommend it! Love your cards Jennifer! That Hero Arts die has managed to make its way into my online shopping cart since seeing it in action! Don’t know how I missed it!

  4. This is going into my “someday when I get this die” file. My spending freeze is putting a damper on keeping up!!! This is such a striking card. I have a pile of paper that I’m not too fond of and use for experimenting or figuring out 3-D projects, but you’ve shown me another way to look at it with new eyes.

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