Use Those Stickers!

It’s me again, Readers.  🙂 

Here I have a cheery card that Kassidy made for my birthday.  It is clean and simple (CAS).  I wish it looked as white here as it does in person.  After posting here, I see the image is also out of focus.  I apologize. 

H B Mimi

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I am impressed by the balance of the elements Kassidy placed on the card.  It shows she is learning.  Look how she placed seven dots over the gifts – an odd number – yes! and three dots under the gifts – another odd number! – Go, Kassidy!

If you have children in your life, encourage them to make cards and spread cheer.  It’s as simple as giving them pre-folded cards and stickers.  As you can see on Kassidy’s Korner, she has completed a few challenging cards.  Yet I was tickled to get the card she made for me just using stickers.

What do YOU think?  Do you like clean and simple (CAS), or are you one to do detailed, complex projects?  Let me know.  Please make a COMMENT at the top of the page under the title.  Click on the LIKE button at the bottom of the page if you like Kassidy’s simple birthday card. 


This is a 5.5 x 4.25 inch card by Core’dinations White Smooth A2 Cards & Envelopes, purchased online from Jo-Ann’s Fabric and Craft Store.–a2-white%3B-50-pack/13660816.html 

Doodlebug Design Sugar Shoppe Collection Cardstock Stickers

The strip of paper running down the left side is from the Doodlebug Design Sugar Shoppe Collection 6×6 Paper Pad

To adhere the strip of paper to the card, Kassidy used Scrapbook Adhesives E-Z Runner Tape

5 thoughts on “Use Those Stickers!

  1. onecraftystamper says:

    Very pretty with the soft colors and simple design! thanks for joining our summer challenge at Simon Says Stamp! hugs,Maura


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