A New Way to Cardmaking
July 7, 2015

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Rita (posted 5 years ago)
How wonderful to see this! I bought some Simple Stories products to use on scrapbooking quite a while back, but these kits are so much more. Love the ideas you shared. Thanks!
Catherine (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
I wish I had seen this product a couple of months ago. I bought some items to make an inspiration mini book for my sister who was just diagnosed with breast cancer. She lives in another state and I wanted to make her something to lift her spirits up. These little snap kits have a lot of elements that I was looking for. I definitely want to keep these kits in mind for future projects.
Faye T. (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
Thank you for this. I bought a kit last year with the single purpose of using them for normal scrapbooking. I will definitely be purchasing these.
LindaH (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
YAY! I love Simple Stories too, and have been WAITING for you to discover how flexible these products are for crafters!!! So happy to see the beautiful projects from the designers. Thanks for bringing these products. Pocket pages are a very trendy and useful scrapbooking tool bringing the joy of storytelling to busy folks.
Diane Lynne C. (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
I, too, never did care for the pocket scrapbooking style. But now after this webisode, I'll be looking at their products a little differently. The overlays are lovely. ...Paulette, after your trip to Disney, you will have to share your scrapbook pages with us. We love hearing about Penelope. It will be nice to see how she has grown since her April webisode debut.
Elise (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
So glad that you ladies have shared so many ways to use Simple Stories products in card making & scrap booking! I love the 'Happy' theme and the soft colors! Thanks for another great Webisode!
Sandhills Patty (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
I like all the clear stickers with wording or phrases. I'm always running out of words! I also like the distress overlays for maybe making masculine cards with a bit of grunge on them. I can't help but think liquid pearls for additional embellishments. With younger people, or older people projects.. just grab a glue stick and blank card and go!
Glo (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
I was checking out "What's New" and saw these and I wondered how could they be used, and found the webisode was up. What fun! And Penelope sure is a cutie.
laura (posted 5 years 1 month ago)
I'm sure I'll be adding some jewel dazzles and jewel border stickers to some of these to bling them up a little more. Lots of fun stuff here.
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