Simple Reason to Smile Card

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It’s only available in July!  The Stampin’ Up! Reason to Smile stamp set will only be available to purchase through July 31.  Better yet, spend $50 in product and get the stamp set for just $5!  What a deal!  See images and Reason to Smile offer details below.

Reason to smile rubber stamps stampin up pretty

I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU 🙂  I whipped up today’s card in just minutes using minimal supplies.  See more of my Stampin’ Up! Quick Card Samples. This card could easily evolve from simple to stepped up.  What product or technique would YOU add to step it up?  Please leave me a comment below.


  • A pop of Tangerine Tango from the International Bazaar Designer Series Paper takes a simple card to WOW!

Stampin up demonstrator blog order online quick card idea reason to smile promotion circle punch

  • A Stampin’ Up! Antique Brad brings the flower center to life.
  • I stamped the Whisper White Medium Envelope to coordinate with the card.  How pretty to find at the mailbox!

During the entire month of July, you have the opportunity to purchase an exclusive stamp set, available ONLY through this special offer!  Get the Reason to Smile Set (up to a $20.95 value) for just $5 when you spend $50 on any Stampin’ Up! products.

Reason to Smile – Wood Mount Item #131274 – $5.00
Reason to Smile – Clear Mount Item #131275 – $5.00

  • Enter the $5 item number after reaching $50 on your order.
  • Limit of one (1) set per customer
  • The Reason to Smile Set is exclusive to this promotion and will not be available after July 31, 2012.

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Stampin up demonstrators blog order online quick card idea reason to smile promotion circle punch
Stamp Set:  Reason to Smile (Wood-Mount 131274, Clear-Mount 131275), Embellished Events (Wood-Mount 126495, Clear-Mount 126497)
Paper:  International Bazaar Designer Series Paper (126920), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Soft Suede (126978), Baja Breeze (126960)
Cool Tools:  1 3/4″ Circle Punch (119850)
The Perfect Touch:  Antique Brads (117273), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)

Other:  Whisper White Envelope (107301)


  1. Very pretty card! I would add some texture to the white except where the flower is.

  2. Wow beautiful. I luv this.


  3. Muy bella te felicito, bellos colortes

  4. I love the design of this card!

  5. Mary this card is cute and simple. I love your style. Have a great day.

  6. Love the simplicity of this card! What a fun question about one thing to add…and a tough question, too. If I HAD to, maybe try a very thin strip of ribbon under the flower and across the WW piece. Thanks for getting us thinking 🙂

  7. Love it as it is but might add a bit of color to the flower. Great card as always!

  8. Very nice, I just love this set. My problem is that I don’t use enough DSP when I create my cards. I am trying to use it more. Thank you for sharing.

  9. I would use our duo daubers to spice up the edges around the saying! I do this on almost all my cards. Probably use the orange color. I think you said Tangerine Tango! I also love ribbon! Cute card Mary.

  10. Love it!

  11. I like this card….clean & simple ……short & sweet….smile on ones face when reading it!!!!

  12. Wow, Mary, I’m not sure I’d do anything to step-up this card. Love it! I might possibly scatter a couple of basic pearls or rhinestones around the background or corners. Gotta have bling!

  13. Very pretty card.

  14. Love this card and stamp set! To step it up a bit I’d clear emboss the lines of the flower using a Versa Pen after stamping and maybe scallop the bottom of the small white CS. Just a suggestion… cathy

  15. I seriously can’t believe I forgot to order this when I placed my BIG demonstrator order yesterday – RATS! IF I WOULD HAVE ORDERED IT……I would emboss it and then pretty it up with some fun coordinating color using my ink pads and my watercolor brush. LOVE your creation girlfriend and many thanks for sharing! (PS – I see another demonstrator order being placed sometime today!)

  16. Sharon Williamson

    I would emboss the image and then watercolor it, then die cut the sentiment and ink the edges. Love your work, Mary!

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