Throwback Thursday – Fabulous Projects You Might Have Missed!

Throwback Thursday Simon Says Stamp

Welcome to another edition of Throwback Thursday — a trip back in time! For each throwback, we’ll be spotlighting fantastic cards and projects using products from previous releases. The new stuff is always SO fun, but think about all of those great products you’ve collected and set aside. They are STILL AWESOME! And we want to inspire you with fantastic inspiration from our creative archives.

Have you started your Christmas cards yet? Our Fun & Festive release includes lots of wonderful products to celebrate the holidays, but you might remember some pretty spectacular products from last year’s Making Spirits Bright collection. In celebration, let’s take a look at some inspiring cards created with goodies from our Making Spirits Bright release!

First up this project from Debby Hughes:

Debby Hughes Simon Says Stamp October Throwback Thursday Picture Book Deer die, Picture Book Snowman die, Picture Book Santa die, and Stained Glass Greeting stamp set Making Spirits Bright

Holiday Picture Book characters for the win! Debby die cut the Snowman, Deer, and Santa from white cardstock and colored each with her Copic markers to add depth to each. In addition, she cleverly added Ho Ho Ho to her card by using the word hope from the Stained Glass Greetings stamp set and die. You can see Debby’s original post HERE on the Simon Says Stamp blog. And if you want to see how she created this card, she’s got a fun video that you can watch HERE.

Next, let’s throw it back to this beauty from Jan Tinklenberg:

Jan Tinklenberg Simon Says Stamp October Throwback Thursday Stained Glass Greeting stamp set and Center Cut Kaleidoscope background stamp Making Spirits Bright

This stunning design from Jan features two classic products from the Making Spirits Bright release—the Stained Glass Greetings stamp set and die and the Center Cut Kaleidoscope background stamp. What a magnificent card! You can find Jan’s original blog post HERE.

And let’s not forget this fun project from Lisa Addesa:

Lisa Addesa Simon Says Stamp October Throwback Thursday Fa La La stamp set, Fa La La die, and Holly Collage die Making Spirits Bright

Holiday happiness oozes in this beautiful design from Lisa in traditional Christmas colors. With the help of the Fa La La stamp set, Fa La La die, and Holly Collage die, she achieves card making magic for the holidays! Visit Lisa’s original post HERE.

Our last throwback project comes from @nikibee.handmade:

 nikibee.handmade Simon Says Stamp October Throwback Thursday O Holy Night die Making Spirits Bright

Australian crafter Niki posted this beautiful card on Instagram using the O Holy Night die from the Making Spirits Bright release. Her striking background and touches of metallic gold and sparkle really make this design shine. You can check out Niki’s original post HERE.

Did you know that we have inspiration galleries on our website showcasing project ideas for all of our releases and card kits? It’s a veritable treasure-trove of terrific ideas just waiting to inspire you, and you are invited to share your projects, too! You can find all of the Simon release galleries HERE and galleries for our monthly card kits can be found HERE. Scroll through today, and maybe you’ll find one of YOUR projects linked there!

Thanks for throwing it back with us and checking out these cool projects from four talented ladies!

Debby Hughes’s supplies

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Jan Tinklenberg’s supplies

Simon Says Clear Stamps STAINED GLASS…
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Simon Says Cling Rubber Stamp CENTER…
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Lisa Addesa’s supplies

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Simon Says Stamp FA LA LA Wafer Dies…
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Simon Says Stamp HOLLY COLLAGE Wafer…
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nikibee.handmade’s supplies

Simon Says Stamp O HOLY NIGHT Wafer…
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  1. I haven’t started Christmas cards yet, just finished up my Halloween cards. Will have to get busy and start. The cards you posted are very pretty.Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thanks for sharing these gorgeous cards! They are all so beautiful and what a great way to inspire us to make our Christmas cards!

  3. These are all great cards. I love seeing these cards again, very inspiring and a great reminder to use what we have for past releases. TFS!

  4. All the cards are beautiful! I love Debby’s video and cute card with the Christmas characters! The googly eyes look great!

  5. Wonderful cards. I’m fairly new to this blog, so it is a great opportunity for me to see some of the cards that were done in the past.

  6. The Wishing You Peace card is great. I like how you made a “mistake” and it made it better. I am going to remember this when I make a “mistake”.

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