Are You Pinterested!?

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Hi friends!

If you’re anything like me, you’re no stranger to Pinterest :)  We love seeing what you are creating and being inspired by what crafty peeps are putting on Pinterest.

Did you know that we have a crafty board where YOU can load your projects using your favorite Simon Says Stamp products?  Just email Samantha@Simonsaysstamp.com and she will add you as a board pinner!

This time of year, I really enjoy holiday themed projects.  We have a holiday board HERE.  If you are looking for handmade gift ideas for the season, you might like this board HERE.

We’d love to hear from you!  Do you visit Pinterest? If you do, we’d love to hear what you’re usually looking for?  Is there something you’d like to see Simon doing on Pinterest?  Comment below and you could win a Simon Says Stamp goody bag filled with crafty supplies!

Would you like a DieCember™ surprise!!?  Use coupon code “waferdie” for a free randomly selected wafer thin die to be added to your order from now until midnight Tuesday, December 23rd.
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Thanks for joining us today!  We love hearing from you and hope you are enjoying your holiday season!

  1. I love Pinterest and use it as my inspiration place to store crafts, cards, tags, and stamps that I want to get to make awesome homemade cheer to my friends and family all year long. I have followed your board as nance459. Thanks for the opportunity to win today.

  2. Yes, I love pinterest. For most of my adult life, I had files of pages torn from magazines and sketches of things I saw in stores as inspiration for projects. Total chaos. Now I just pin them and it stays organized and accessible. I pin the origin of the post so I can easily get back to any instructions or product information about the project. It was also a fun way to share ideas with my niece when she was planning her wedding. We pinned back and forth for months.

  3. I love Pinterest! Use it all the time for craft ideas or something specific I would love to cook or bake. I love seeing what others are doing and I also get to see new products being used before I buy them. So much talent out there!

  4. Yes, I spend way too much time looking on Pinterest for all kinds of inspiration. Cards for all occasions, right now Christmas tags, healthy food, fashion, crafts, photography, just to name a few. Thanks for all your posts.

  5. I love Pinterest. I use it to mostly collect ideas for cards and paper projects. I’d love to see more pins for papercrafts home decor.

  6. Pinterest is an obsession, a hobby, a habit . . . and more. I would love to see more ideas for using dies in more creative ways than they were originally intended. Something to spark my creative juices in different directions. Ideas that would make the dies more versatile. P.S. I love your blog and your store!!

  7. I do like Pinterest. Great to get inspiration from. I also like to use it to help promote the work of the companies and designers I desire. For me to post something that others have made on my Pinterest boards is a special compliment to them, as I am pretty selective about what goes on them. Well … except for my Fabulous Giveaway board. That is required posting but I only post the really great ones there, lol.

  8. I love Pinterest and I usually look at all the cards and now I’m looking at healthy recipes also. Too much fun and such beautiful cards made by talented women. WOW! Merry Christmas everyone!

  9. Thanks so much for the info about SSS Pinterest boards! What a bonus offer on the free water die with purchase, such a Christmas bonus! Thanks for sharing.

  10. I love Pinterest as a source of infinite inspiration. I specialy like to see what is created with the SSS card kits and new SSS releases – to get new ideas or to get the feeling for the products. For me SSS does it just fine! Thanks for the chance to win!

  11. I love your board on Pinterest your products tutorials stamps collections etc dies! I love dies so I would like to see more creative die uses

  12. I really like Pinterest! Lately I’m looking for ways to wrap using brown wrapping paper that I can stamp/decorate with my crafting goodies, and I’m also looking for tag idea and ways to decorate wooden or chipboard letters (~8-12 inches). Merry Christmas!

  13. Yup. Mostly just looking for ideas – cards, crafts, food. I’d like to see SSS do themed boards – you have holiday. I’d like to see birthday, masculine birthday, sympathy, congrats, graduation, baby, etc.

  14. Love Pinterest! I’m always there for card inspiration, sketches, ideas for using items I already have in my stash and just general stuff. It’s a great way to share my handmade cards also.

  15. I am definitely in the minority here, but no, I do not use Pintrest. I have heard it is wonderful, magical, and inspirational, but more importantly a real “time-sucker”. So far I have managed to not participate, but maybe next year I will break my ankle and find myself bed/home bound, and become their biggest fan. I just don’t have the time now, and struggle to get beyond my daily e-mail messages.

  16. I L-O-V-E Pinterest!! And, I actually try recipes I’ve pinned and try stamping techniques, and card ideas! And YES, it’s a horrible time waster, but all the EYE CANDY!! I’m loving all the new dies, yup die ideas would be great!

  17. I don’t do other social media things besides a few blogs as I am too busy spending time with family, friends and crafting. But I do love your blog!

  18. I really do love the ideas from Pinterest! I would love to see a sort of board where each week a new die or stamp set of SSS being featured with new and unique ways to use them. I know you have to keep up on all the new dies and stamp sets, but I still like seeing how the oldies can be used still–that is, at least all the ones you still sell in your store! Thanks ever so much!

  19. I love Pinterest. I actually use it in a very “focused” way: when I need inspiration for a particular subject I do a Pinterest search, so it’s really important to have projects tagged with useful descriptions, such as “masculine birthday cards” or “home made candy” or whatever. Also a descriptions that include colour, a particular stamp name or die/stencil are fantastic. I was recently searching for ideas for a card using your poinsettia die and it was great being able to find the pics of card makers who mentioned using it in their description.

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