I pulled out the March Simon Says Stamp kit the other day to play with it. I didn't get to play long as I had other non-crafting things to do (so sad, isn't it?). I did make a couple of cards though.
This first card is not made with the flower stamp that Simon Says included. I could not get the flower in the set they sent to work. It is a clear stamp and no matter how I put it down on the block it got an air bubble in it so it wouldn't stamp evenly. Also, you've heard the saying 'deeply etched rubber.' Well, these stamps are the exact opposite of whatever deeply etched is. I don't usually start out making cards with strips of paper. I usually leave that for the end when strips of paper are all I have left. I didn't really like this card once I finished it. However, it looked quite fine in the morning.
The next card is more like how I start out making cards from a kit--with full sheets of patterned paper to play with. This stamp had some die cut stickers with it so I opted to use one of those on this card. I just realized that there is no stamping on this card. I guess those not-deeply-etched stamps got the best of me. The paper flowers are from my stash. I try to use them from time to time since my friend likes to laugh at how many of them I own.
The Fine Print: Papers, stamps and supplies from Simon Says Stamp unless otherwise noted. Flower head from Autumn Leaves, paper flowers by Prima, and green jewels, sparkly pink brad, and white ribbon from stash.