Don’t Forget Your Flair!


Hi bloggers! Happy Sunday to you! I’m always thrilled to have guest designer Teri Anderson back on our blog. She has this fun, happy, and clean style that I just can’t get enough of! Below she talks more about her process of making these 2 fantastic cards & there’s even a special blog candy opportunity below!



Hi again!
Teri here, and I am super excited to be back here with you! (Thanks for inviting me back again, Simon friends!)
You all always inspire me to challenge myself so I challenged myself to make something with a couple Technique Tuesday stamp sets: With Flair (which I designed) and Fun Flair by Ali Edwards (which, yes, my friend Ali designed).
I am a big fan of all things circle-related so these two sets are right up my alley. And one of the really cool things about them is they were designed to work with a 1” circle punch.
I really like the look when you just stamp some of the sets’ stamps, punch them out and then lay them on a card.
But these circles are also pretty fun when dressed up! You know how Flair buttons are all the rage? Well, one of the cool things is you can use things, like the clear epoxy 1” circle stickers from Bottle Cap Inc., on top of them.
It gives the circle a bit of a finish, where it looks a lot like Flair! (By the way, if you don’t have any of those epoxy stickers, you can get a somewhat similar result if you apply a few layers of Glossy Accents. It takes time, multiple layers of Glossy Accents  and patience, but you can achieve a somewhat similar look.)
If you look at the “hi” on my Hi Stars card and “Hello” on my Hello Bubbles card, you can see my homemade Flair buttons look on a card. To give them even more pop, I did add a few pieces of foam tape underneath each one.
Thanks again for having me!


Thanks so much to Teri again for being our guest today!

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The set available to win is pictured below! Good luck!
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  1. Cute. Cards. Would love to win this set. It would be great to use with my project life albums.

  2. Teri, your cards here are sheer delight! You’ve showcased the flair set in most eye-catching, inspiring ways! WONDERFUL!

  3. This is such a cute stamp set. I can think of so many ways to use it! Thanks Teri for the tutorial, would sure be nice to win this set!

  4. what an awesome set of cards you made teri. very fun looking.
    those memento ink colors are gorgeous too..
    that stamp set would be very fun to play with. I can see me making 100’s of lil 1 inch buttons. better stock up on the glossy accents if I’m lucky enough to win the stamps.
    I’ve been hooked on making pin backs out of EVERYTHING here lately.
    most recent is turning all of my “walking dead” get glue stickers into pinbacks.
    Love them zombies. hahah
    thanks for all the inspiration simon folks and friends

  5. I love Teri’s style. Always so creative and inspirational. Her stamp sets at TT are the best.

  6. Teri is such a great artist and cardmaker. So glad she used SSS’s Full Card Bubbles. Love that die.

  7. Went from old blog to new blog. When I saw the first post on the new blog “wow” just came out of my mouth. Great project and ideas.

  8. Yah, love technique tuesday!! Great cards. I love the idea of putting the epoxy circle over top. Great job. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  9. I love Teri’s style! Great cards with these cool circle stamps. I would love to win this. TFS

  10. Love Teri’s cards. They are always fun. And who wouldn’t want to win a Technique Tuesday stamp set???? Thanks!

  11. Love these cards! The circle die cut is great, and I love the tip about homemade “Flair” buttons!

  12. Cool cards! I’m not sure I would want to use the DUH! flair though on a card for a loved one but I would definitely use it in a project life style layout! :) I follow the blog already.

  13. Awesome cards and stamps. I follow the blog and I would love the chance to win this set. So cool.