This sweet and simple happiness card is something that can be made SO many different ways with any color card stock, any focal image, any greeting…'s like, oh, I don't know, the garden salad of cards – you can make it from anything and anything goes with it, nothing goes to waste and you can make every one different and they will all be fabulous.

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Check out this sweet and simple happiness card that you can make from any supplies you have!
You can see that this card is ridiculously easy. Tear a panel, put the large part on the front and the small piece in the center. Wrap some trim – in this case our lovely baker's twine – around the front, add a die cut focal image with a little pop of coloring and emboss a greeting on a scrap. Wait! What greeting is that? IS there a “happiness” greeting in the catalog?

Use just one word from a greeting as I did on this happiness card.

Well not as a standalone, there isn't but see that top right greeting? (By the way, when I first saw that I thought it said something about being a PAIN in my …….happiness? or other word that ends in “ss”?? Needed. More. Coffee.) I just inked up the single word and embossed it on my black scrap and got to send some cheer with a single word! And just LOVE that the ribbon in the focal image forms a little heart – it's so sweet!

Super cute details from my easy happiness card!
I used my second obsession – Stampin' Blends – to color this image. I really do love how smoothly and evenly the color and adding the “shadows” that give these images some dimension is SO easy by just adding a touch of the darker color here and there. I am NOT a professional colorer – though what a GREAT job that would be! – but these Stampin' Blends sure do let me pretend!

Make a happiness card like this one to cheer someone up!

And I seriously LOVE that subtle texture offered by the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder! When you are making a card, if you look at it and think it needs just a little sumpin' sumpin', try an embossing folder and let some texture add that depth and interest to your card.

Here are the goodies I used to make this happiness card. I will say that while I have a bunch of heat tools, I almost always grab the one from Stampin' Up! over all the others. It's MUCH more comfortable to hold, the two heat settings are a huge help and it's lighter then the others. And it LASTS! And if you order one now you are more than halfway to getting a Sale-A-Bration FREEBIE!

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Who do you know who could use a happiness card? Go look at your stuff and follow this very simple layout to make your own!


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