Oh no!  You were writing on the inside of your card and you made a mistake!  I will share 3 quick fixes for covering up your handwriting errors.  Check out today’s 2-Minute Tuesday Tip!

Let me share today’s video…


Let me share those measurements in case you missed them.

  • INSIDE COVER-UP: 4″ x 5 ¼”
  • FULL SIZE CARD COVER-UP: 8″ x 5 ¼”, scored at 4″ OR 10 ½” x 4″, scored at 5 ¼”
  • TRIMMED DOWN CARD COVER-UP: Cut card down to 4″ x 5 ¼” and add to a card base of 8 ½” x 5 ½”, scored at 4 ¼” OR 11″ x 4 ¼”, scored at 5 ½”

I hope you enjoyed today’s tip.  I hope you never need to use this tip but if you’re anything like me, you just might use this tip a lot.  Now if I could just come up with a way to not make my handwriting look like it was written by a 7-year old.  Penmanship was never my best subject in school.

I told you yesterday that I had something REALLY special for you guys.  As you know, it’s Valentine’s Day, the day we celebrate that wonderful thing called LOVE.  I was trying to find a way to share with you how much I love and appreciate YOU!  You have been loyal followers and subscribers to Simply Simple Stamping, you show your love and appreciation when you order and I wanted a fun way to say and TRULY thankful I am for you all!

So, without further ado, may I present the Moore High School Show Choir serenading you with the song, “Can’t Help Falling in Love”.  Click to view the video!


Singing Valentines are one of the choir’s big fund-raisers for their trips to competitions and I loved having them come to sing to you.  I hope you enjoyed it and I hope you FEEL THE LOVE from me.  I do appreciate you all so much!!!  Hope you have a fabulous Valentine’s Day!!!



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