Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Simon Says Stamp March Card Kit - Fantastic Job and Wooly Lucky

Hello! I'm popping in to share my first cards created with the BRAND NEW March Simon Says Stamp Card Kit - Lucky Rainbow! Aside from both the large Amazing Stamp Set, and the super cute small Wooly Lucky stamp set - there are also some adorable Doodlebug stickers, and some gorgeous Lawn Fawn pattern papers! And of course, lots of cardstock, some pretty envelopes, some shaker fillings, and a hybrid ink cube!

I have two cards to share with you tonight using the kit contents! First up, I have this cute simple card featuring some of the darling stickers, pattern paper, and a sentiment from the large stamp set:

For this card, I used Stitched Ovals to die cut a panel of the Lawn Fawn pattern paper. I used my powder tool on the back of one of the stickers - the girl with the dog - and then mounted that with foam adhesive on my pattern paper oval before stamping the sentiment underneath.

I mounted that on a simple white cardbase with more foam adhesive, then scattered around a few more of the stickers to balance everything out!

Next up, I used that negative die of the oval above to create a shaker card with the darling Wooly Lucky stamp set!

I colored that sweet llama up with Copic markers and added some glitter drops to parts of his hat, bow tie, and blanket. I heat embossed a sentiment from the set on black cardstock and die cut it into a banner shape using Basic Banners Dies.

Assembled the shaker, attaching everything down, and mounted it on a card base created from the Sunshine cardstock in the kit!

Here is a closer look at the entire kit contents - you can find all the details HERE:

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  1. These cards are so sweet. Love the palette in this kit.

  2. How did you cut out the llama after it was stamped?

    1. Just fussy cut him out with scissors - it was a pretty easy image to do that with! :)