Add instant (and easy) dimension to your card projects with our Simon exclusive White Foam Sheets! This is a specialized foam that compresses inside of your die cut machine, ensuring you can easily cut it without damaging the machine. After die cutting, the foam springs back to its original thickness. This foam is amazing for layering behind die cut greetings or shapes, or using behind large panels in place of foam tape!
Have you ever had small items to heat emboss and inevitably end up burning your fingers in the process? Our handy little Embossing Clothespins are the perfect tool to clip onto your paper while you emboss! And they aren’t just functional—they’re cute, too! Each clothespin features wood-burned designs and crafty phrases that make these a must-have for any creator!
Simon Says Stamp Ink Cubes
By popular demand we have brought to you our Pawsitively Saturated Inks in cube sizes! Currently available in sets of pink and gray (6 colors in each pack), you can start building your collection of cubes with these gorgeous colors (with more cubes to come)! Our Pawsitively Saturated Ink Cubes are made from the same high-saturated ink formula that the larger pads feature, as well as the same foam pad inside which gives the most optimal stamping results!
Did you know that our Pawsitively Saturated Ink Cubes fit perfectly inside our popular Corner Ink Cube Holder? This silicone tool is a must-have if you love working with cubes! The cubes (and even the lids) nestle comfortably into the wells of the holder, which keeps the cubes from sliding around as you pick up ink from them with blending brushes. Because the holder is made from silicone it won’t skid across your work surface, making your crafty experience both enjoyable and relaxing. The Corner Ink Cube Holder is also able to be used with other mediums as well; paints, watercolors, crayons, and more!
This mat is not just for stamping—if you love working with layering stencils then you will ADORE our Stamp and Stencil Mat! Use the black square guide (or the outer grid if working with stencils larger than 6×6) as your placement for your layering stencils; by continuously placing your stencils in the exact same location every time, you’ll know that your design will be arranged on your project precisely how it was intended!
I hope these tips have helped you learn a few tricks for your upcoming crafting projects… Thanks for tuning in today and spending some time with me!