I’m not one of those demonstrator bloggers with hundreds of thousands of subscribers, who shows how to make the best use of the monthly Simon Says Stamp kit.
I’m just an obscure follower of the card-making craft, who wants to do a little bit of show and tell. Some of these, I pretty much followed the blogs of other cardmakers. But only because they were so unbelievably adorable! Hope you don’t judge me too harshly!
- The one with the pom-pom streamers. The sentiment was cut out of one of the 6 x 6 card stock papers included in the kit, and positioned on top of a coordinating paper, with pom-poms threaded on 3 double strands of the thread in the kit.
2. The gift tag–a couple of pieces of the coordinating card stocks put together, to be attached with a ribbon.
3. The snowflake kisses sentiment one. Happy thoughts (not often thought of by people who live where it never snows)…
4. The hot chocolate one. Not the most elegant, but faintly reminiscent of chocolate.
5. The one with the snowmen
6. The snowflake is winter’s butterfly one. Butterfly didn’t come with the kit, but I had one lone blue one in the stash.
7. The “ease into Valentine’s” card. I guess, for people in the cold climates, wintertime after Christmas is over, is very distinct and separate from wintertime before and during Christmas. Hence, maybe even polar opposites? North vs south poles? Santa vs penguins?
8. The twirling skater one. This one I did almost exactly as the demo in Clips-n-Cuts blog except I used a navy blue card base as the background. I’ve never made a twirling motif such as this before, and I thought it was the coolest! The skater die was included in the kit.
9. Another penguin Valentine card. The coordinating blues and plaids, are so fresh.
10. The snow-covered blossom one. So this little floral sprig fell off of a spray I bought from Hobby Lobby in an attempt to brighten up the place after the Christmas stuff went down. I glued some white pom-poms onto the blossoms to imitate snow piling up on them.
So anyway, that’s 10 cards from me.