I know I say I love a stamp set quite often, and I do love so many of the sets.  The one I am using today is the first of the “distinctive” type stamps that I fell for.  It is the Wishing You Well stamp set.  It was in the Holiday Catalog and carried over to the Occasions Catalog. Unfortunately it did not make the cut for the upcoming new Annual Catalog.  (Insert Sad Face!)

So I had to make a quick and easy #simplestamping card with it.  The set is just perfect for the simple stamping.  The #simplestamping is a challenge that Sara Douglass (SU CEO) did back in November.  It is going back to basics with Stamps, Paper, Ink.  Sometimes I think we get carried away with the embellishments and layers.  This is a great way to get back to basic stamping.  Here is my card for today.

 

Wishing You Well, 147864

 

I have to say, my most favorite stamp in this set is the bow.  It is so delicate looking but the shading the stamp gives is remarkable.  Plus it is very easy to fussy cut if you wanted to raise it for another look.

I made this card with my Stamp Club yesterday.  The only thing I did differently is add a couple of the Share What You Love Artisan Pearls to a few flowers.  It draws your eye more to the flower.  But I wanted to share with you the simpler version.  All this card took was some card stock, two ink pads, and one stamp set.  This would be a great one to make multiples of.

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