Spotted! January 2015 Edition


Seeing all of the amazing cards and projects featuring the Simon Say Stamp brand that are created by you, our customers, is super fun for us! We love seeing what you are creating. ‘Spotted!’ is a monthly feature on this blog that highlights the talents of all of you!   Earlier last month, we unveiled our new collection all about L-O-V-E called Better Together and we are excited to see these new products brought to life by YOU!  We love seeing the creative ways you bring all of our exclusive products to life!

Today we are excited to share the 4 designers who shared their work and caught our eye for the January 2015 ‘Spotted’ post!  We send each of them a little something special for being “spotted” ;)


I love this collection of CAS cards by Chitra Nair made with the Quite the Pear stamp set! The coloring is fantastic and they’re all awesome to send out just because or for extra special Valentines!


DONUT these treats look good enough to eat? ;) We love the way Stephanie Severin brought this fun I Love Donuts stamp set to life, and the sequins are just the right embellishing finishing touch!

I just love the fresh colors that Julia Altermann used on this exclusive Butterfly Drift die and added a shaker element! Shaker cards are really hot right now! We even have a mini collection to celebrate that fact! :)


I love the design of this Love card by Elle Lindgren!  These Little Monsters are just too cute! It’s colored so beautifully and the enamel dots really finish off the design, don’t you think?

Would you like to be SPOTTED using Simon Says Stamp product?

Post your creations to Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram (with hashtag #simonsaysstamp), your blog and/or the Simon Says Stamp online galleries (in the sidebar) and we’ll choose cards or projects to feature each month!

We also have a Simon Says Stamp Flickr group here and we would love for you to join us!

We can’t wait to see what you are creating!!

Below are some of the products featured in this post:

Thanks for reading today!

  1. I really like Hero Arts preview #1 and #3! I see the initials being used in many ways and really like the words, embellishments, and possibly dies that the cards demonstrated. Hope I have the lucky entry.

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