Monday, August 29, 2011

Simon Says Stamp!

The other day I learned that Simon Says Stamp! does challenges, even challenges for kids which my kids got very excited about because from time to time they make cards too and have asked me to add their cards here on the blog.This are some of their latest creations except for that first card you see here that I just had to add to the mix because it was Evie's first card ever, is my favorite not just because is her first card but also because I was blown away by how she used the stamps, those rosy cheeks in that face just melt my heart I was really impressed how she saw a mouth in that leaf.

 For this other card above she asked me how I made my skies. I showed her and next thing I see when i turned around is this. I now I am totally been bias because she is my sweet little Evie but can i just say Wow! she is only 7.

Now this last two cards were made by none other than my 9 year old Ethan the Rock Star, who is learning to play his acoustic guitar only seeing an electric guitar in his not too far future. I got this stamp with him in mind.

He is all boy but i sure enjoy when he sees something and says "Mom, I got an idea for a card like this and this" as he goes on explaining his vision, i just love it! he is sweetest and smartest boy I know. Love his use of orange, is his favorite color.


 I hope that you enjoyed this little glimpse into my kids creativity. You won't see my kids creations in the Simon Says Stamp! challenge for kids this time around because I totally missed the deadline by hours. It was all my fault, but all my kids wanted was for me to put their cards here on the blog so here they are. How easily children forgive.  Thanks for stopping by.


  1. These are so good! Your kids should be very proud of themselves! :)

  2. Wendy, your kids' cards are just so adorable and they obviously have inherited your talent! I love them all. Very cute.

  3. that high five card is lovely .... And for those tricky boys too!!


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