Simple Dreams

Teneale Williams| Stampin' Up! World of Dreams

I know that sometimes I can get

caught up in adding too many little details

to my cards, or over thinking them even!


But when I do keep it simple, like I have on this card

I am normally happiest with the completed project.

Teneale Williams| Stampin' Up! World of Dreams and Borderettes Stamp Sets used.


The hexagon boarder is a new Photopolymer stamp set,

in case you have not checked out the new Annual Catalogue

Stampin’ Up! have started creating some set in Photopolymer


A few reasons they have moved into this style of rubber:

1. They found a Photopolymer that meets their high standards,

 ensuring the image still stamps REALLY well {and it does}

2. The clear rubber allows for easier stamp placement,

so stamping multiple rows of these borderettes was a dream.


3. In the case of alphabets and large greeting stamps,

they can keep the cost down with these larger set.

To be honest for many years I had feared Stampin’ Up!

moving into Photopolymer rubber,

as my stamped the image was always blotchy.

At Convention, Stampin’ Up! had a area for us to try this new

kind of rubber and I hated to say it but I was impressed!

By Teneale Williams| Inside card

Above is inside my card, again I have kept it very simple.

All items used are listed below

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2 Responses to Simple Dreams

  1. Paula Dobson says:

    I am loving your more simple style too Teneale. I want to CASE them all, lol!! So happy you are having to keep your blog more up to date too. I can get a regular fix of my friend, Miss T now!!

  2. Mary Macfarlan says:

    Love this a lot!