Ok, so the deal with a 10-10-10 is ten cards, ten bucks, ten minutes each, right? Except in the past, my 10-10-10's have been more like 10-10-30's! I've been a demo for so long that it's hard for me to remember what it's like to not stamp every single day and be familiar with all my tools and know all the shortcuts and tips. So I really tried this time to come up with truly simple but pretty cards that could be created from start to finish within ten (or maybe fifteen) minutes.
I think I finally got the simple part down--you can judge here if I succeeded in the pretty part! I want to thank my downline Kelly B. for loaning me three sets this week, including A Kind Word and A Good Egg, shown above. My SU upline Patti F. designed the cute Congrats card in the first photo, which uses two Sale A Bration sets together--I love how all the SAB choices work together so well this year--someone was thinkin'! And the cute Easter card was taken straight out of our Stampin-Success demonstrator-only magazine for the last month. I added the stapled ribbon on the side to give people the idea to pull the card up, as at first it looks like an ordinary card when closed.
These last cards here include my personal favorites of the ten--I adored the "shabby chic" look of the Thoughts & Prayers Top Note card, but honestly, those Inspired By Nature coneflowers in Whisper White on Kiwi Kiss look fantastic. And here to think I really disliked Kiwi Kiss when I first saw it!
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