Very Special Stamping News! Tim Holtz Stamptember® Surprise Collaboration


It’s STAMPtember®!  What better way to celebrate than with an exciting new stamp set and inspiration!?   AND GUESS what!!?  One of our most favorite stampers, Tim Holtz, is joining us all in the STAMPtember® celebration!  WELCOME TIM! Check out Tim’s beautiful NEW exclusive STAMPtember® stamp set!

There is loads of fun inspiration in Tim’s video below! Special thanks to Tim for continuing to design fun and inspiring products, and for celebrating STAMPtember® with us!

Thank you for watching!

The stamp set is a STAMPtember 2014 Limited Edition that will only be available for sale at Simon Says Stamp until midnight EST STAMPtember 30 *while supplies last.  Please remember, it is while supplies last only, and will not be for sale after September 30, 2014.

Check out more of Tim’s popular stamp sets below.  You can see his entire stamp catalog HERE.

We would love to hear what you are stamping this month!
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  1. OH MY – what a FABULOUS set of stamps and a WONDERFUL size too!!!
    How FUN of Tim to join the STAMPtember celebrations :)
    I have five family birthday cards to make this month, so I plan to do lots of stamping on them. I want to practice my heat embossing and water coloring techniques with them, hoping to one day to get my cards to look like the ones showcased here!!!

  2. I’m stamping lunchbox die cuts for my 7 year old daughters lunchbox! She says she really loves opening them at lunch each day ;)

  3. I have just finished creating Teacher Appreciation Cards as we celebrate ‘Teachers Day’ on the 5 of September here in India. Loved using all the stamp sets.

  4. I love this new set! I think I need to get it. :-) I am going to be doing the Stretch Your Stamps 1 class and stamping up birthday cards for the busy birthday months I have ahead!

  5. I am going to try to do a couple of challenges this month. And my friend had a baby, so I have all of my baby stamps out trying to decide which ones to use for her card! :) Great Tim Holtz feature, love his new holiday stamps. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  6. Most often I am stamping Birthdsy cards. I have always loved the blue print style stamps from Tim Holtz and these beauties are awesome!

  7. I think I’ll try and make some bookmarks for my book-loving friends with some lovely stamping on them. Maybe do some embossing as well :)

  8. I’m working on some cute little cards with teddy bears and birds on them to sell to my Grandma. She loves to buy my cards and carefully chooses to whom they are sent. According to her, only very special people get one of my handmade cards, the rest get store-bought! haha!

  9. How fun! I’m getting ready to stamp my holiday cards, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas along with a slew of Birthday cards.

  10. I’ve started planning for Halloween project- using Tim Holtz, 100 Proof Press, and Stampendous Stamps. Lots of sketching of ideas for specialized cards for friends- no mass producing anything here. Can’t wait for the weekend to starting making.

  11. I have been all about the Gelli lately and will be using it to do backgrounds for tags and CARDS this month. And ATCs. And journal pages. lol

  12. Addicted to TH stamps at the moment. Everyone’s getting christmas tags this year, so have an army of TH toy soldiers and snowmen filling my craft room. The limited edition is great and will probably be heading towards my shopping basket!

  13. I’ve got so much to stamp- we have a ton of birthdays this month! I just finished stamping “First Day of School” cards, need to stamp birthday cards, get started on Halloween cards and catch up on Project Life!

  14. School notes for my new kindergarten sweet girl… I am also thinking Halloween school treats :) and my sweet almost 4 year old birthday party goodies! Love the ice cream cone in the new special edition set!!

  15. I’m working on anniversary and birthday cards. They are all the second week of September. Then more “cheer” cards for the homebound people of the church.

  16. I’ve been stamping for Scotland… not the actual country… just stamping every day. I carved a monster stamp and I’m using it to make a card set for a Godzilla loving friend (who doesn’t read my blog). I’ve made monster going past a window iand used a paper crimper on vellum to make the curtain)in london and paris, a party monster with balloon animal and party hat, a peace monster with a flower crown, a shaker card with a 2-layer shaker one for sequins, another for paris on plastic packaging and the last one with be an articulated monster. I’ve been working on challenges in between cards.

  17. WOW, Awesome stamps, love Mr.Holtz. I would love to buy these for the Journal album I am currently working on they would be FABOULOUS in there and I would try this new technique I saw him do on his website where he uses his stamps ,alcohol inks, distress inks and a hair dryer, ohhhh so cool. I also have 3 more September Birthday cards to do that I can see using them on. It would be so awesome to buy these stamps, thanks for the chance to win the gift card. Tracey M.

  18. I love everything Tim Holtz! He is such an inspiration! I just got all of the new mini’s and am working on a card set for my bf with them. They are awesome! Especially with the new mini ink blending tool!

  19. Lately I stamp mostly with Newton’s Nook Designs and Lawn Fawn images, but recently I ordered my first Clearly besotted stamps and can’t wait for them to arrive! Thanks for the chance to win! My Simon Says Stamp wishlist is looooooong…

  20. what fun stamps… love the “blueprint” look to them. not working on anything right now, but that could change at any moment, lol!

  21. Love these new Tim Holtz stamps-how fun! This week I will be starting my Halloween cards, plus a card for my parents 61st wedding anniversary (wow!)

  22. I like Tim’s Percussion stamp set and the wreaths. Depending on how wreaths are colored, they get a green light for every season and occasion of the year. My card making workload is Halloween and Thanksgiving.

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