March Madness | 10 Cards, 1 Kit – SSS March Card Kit (Part 1 of 2)

Hey there,

Today I’ve got part 1 of the Simon Says Stamp March Card kit to share with you. I made a bunch of clean and simple cards using white backgrounds, Doodlebug stickers and the sentiments from the smaller stamp set. A lot of you have mentioned struggling to use stickers and I sometimes have a hard time with them too, but I think it’s because I try to over complicate things. For these, I’ve really let the stickers be the star of the show and accented with the sentiments. Here’s what I came up with:

Here are some still shots of the finished cards:


I love the font they used on the lucky sentiment, I was wishing more of the sentiments were done in that.

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You’ve got to have a little gold on St. Patrick’s Day, so I added a gold heart under the inside sentiment.

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The look of those clouds popped up is so much fun. I was worried about adding white on white so I added some blue cardstock behind the clouds and fussy cut around them.

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I again finished up the inside with a heart but this time went with green to add a little more St. Patrick’s Day color to the card.

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When I saw that wishing well,  I just couldn’t resist using that wishing you sentiment.

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On the inside, I added a bit more gold with that row of hearts.

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These little guys are just so cute – I love their striped leggings. Doesn’t It look like they’re dancing?

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This time I added a little ladybug luck on the inside.

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I finished up here with the unicorn, I just couldn’t resist her. I was a little worried about the white on white, but I think it worked out just fine. The hooves ground her and the dimension allows for enough distinction between the two.

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This was the longest inside sentiment and I like the way it looked carrying the “to know you” over to the inside.

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Thanks for stopping by, I consider myself lucky to have “met” each and everyone one of you! xoxo, Sarah

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