BIG NEWS! Simon Says CREATE 2014 Is Coming to Columbus Ohio!


We are excited to announce that Simon Says Stamp will be holding a two-day class and shopping event on May 30, 2014 and May 31, 2014!  Simon Says CREATE alongside your friends in six fun-filled and inspiration packed classes taught by top designers in the industry.  From card making to art journaling, collage, mixed media and everything in between, there is something for everyone!

Classes are taught by Tim Holtz, Shari Carroll, Jennifer McGuire, Lawn Fawn’s Kelly Marie Alvarez, OWH Sandy Allnock, and Simon Says Stamp’s Stephanie Klauck.

For full details, please visit our Simon Says CREATE Page!  Tickets go on Sale Friday, April 11 at 12noon EST.

Heidi Crowl
Founder of Simon Says Stamp. Crazy in Love with my hubby and life partner, Mommy of two fun(ny) kiddos, forever mom to our pup Simon who sadly passed over the Rainbow bridge, and a new mom to our family protector German Shepherd. Lover of all things art, craft, and stamp related. Goofball at heart.
  1. This is so exciting. I wish I could come to this, but I’m in the NW. Such a great list of teachers, especially SANDY ALLNOCK. Woo hoo!

  2. I have my fingers crossed my registration goes through and that the boss will give me the time off. I so need a crafty get-away and this one sounds so awesome.

  3. I truly love SSS, your products, ideas, etc and we would all love to join these classes but who can afford $500 for two days? That doesn’t include travel or accommodations! Love the idea, just wish the price were more reasonable!

  4. Wow What an awesome group of teachers and love that the classes are more then an hour like some conventions. Tim Holtz classes are so well worth the money. He’s an amazing teacher and a creative genius. Plus he lets everyone get their picture taken with him.

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