Blooming Branch Birthday Card and the HDSA fundraiser from Simon Says Stamp

Blooming Branch Birthday Card and the HDSA fundraiser from Simon Says Stamp

This card features the “Blooming Branch” stencil set and stamp from Pink Fresh Studio. The greeting die cuts and stamp are from the “Happy Thoughts Stamp and Die Set” from Gemini/Crafter’s Companion which came from the craft box I received from Simon Says Stamp with my donation to HDSA (*see below).

Gina K Designs inks (Tomato Soup, Coral Reef, Faded Brick, Honey Mustard, and Dark Sage) and card stock (Warm Glow, Faded Brick, and White) were used as well as Memento Tuxedo Black ink. After the image was stamped and stenciled, the panel was embossed with the “Subtle” embossing folder from Stampin’ Up.

*UPDATE (6/29/22) – IT APPEARS THAT THE CRAFT BOXES DESCRIBED BELOW ARE OUT OF STOCK, BUT DONATIONS CAN STILL BE MADE.

Simon Says Stamp is sponsoring a fundraiser to raise money for the Huntington’s Disease Society of America. The following is from Simon Says Stamp:


We are working to make a difference in the lives of those affected by the devastating illness, Huntington’s Disease.

Make a $50 donation through this purchase and the net proceeds will be donated to HDSA Central Ohio.  You will receive a box of craft supplies donated by our generous vendors to support this campaign [while supplies last]. The retail value of this box is at least $100 and includes random, exciting supplies… There is also a $150 box available.


100% of the net sales from the Donation Boxes will be going to help those in need.  For more information or to donate directly to HDSA Central Ohio, please visit: https://centralohio.hdsa.org/simonsays.

(Thanks, Diana, for making me aware of this very worthy cause.)

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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