Hi all and welcome to another week on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
Thank you for joining us for the Farm Challenge and we hope you will all join us again this week too.
This week we are challenging you to add some
The lovely folks over at Simon Says Stamp are generously giving away a FABULOUS $50 voucher to shop at the Simon Says Stamp Store! All you have to do is take out your crafty supplies, make something following this week’s prompt, and add a link in the Inlinkz at the bottom of this post! You can join 5 times so you could have 5 chances to win! How AWESOME is that!! All winners are chosen randomly, so everyone has an equal chance to win! Woo Hoo!! Good Luck to everyone! The Design Team is looking forward to seeing your crafty makes and will pop around to visit you ASAP!
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Sabrina used a Simon’s Exclusive Sketch Ranuculus Stamp Set to create her blooms and made a frame using a Tim Holtz 3D Lumber Embossing Folder. She also used a Garden Greens Thinlits Die and Paper Dolls to finish her project.
Andrea made some colorful blooms using My Favorite Things’ Rolled Rose die and Simon Says Stamp’s Hydrangea Petals die. She added some stamping oomph to the background with The Stamp Market’s Criss Cross stamp.
Anna-Karin made a card this week, and created dimensional inky flowers with Tim Holtz’s Funky Floral Large die set. The background was stamped with Tim’s Fragments stamps and is meant to look like old wallpaper.
Barbara created a springy bloom of daisies using an Etcetera Small Tag and Tim Holtz Sizzix Wildflower Stems 1. She added a vintage touch with Tim Holtz Sizzix Adorned and Idea-ology Lace Baseboard Frames.
Cheiron created a watercolored floral card using the Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Glorious Garden set. She stamped the image in Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink and colored it in with Distress Markers in vibrant colors.
Emma was inspired by her love of Beatrix Potter and created a framed panel celebrating Easter. She used Tim Holtz’s Cottontail as the focal point and surrounded her with some beautiful blooms which included die cut Wildflower Stems and Funky Florals.
Kath created a page in her Dylusions Small Creative Journal, dedicated to the humble daisy, considered by many to be a weed but Kath thinks they are just pretty wildflowers and doesn’t mind them popping up on her lawn. She used Tim Holtz/Sizzix Intricate Lace, Crochet, Wildflower Stems 1 and Alphanumeric Label Thinlits dies.
Maura is dreaming of beautiful blooms in her Dina Wakley Media Journal while she patiently waits for spring to arrive. She used Carabelle Studio’s Fanciful Dahlias for the big blooms and stitched on some flowers from the Simon Says Stamp Sketched Flowers set.
Sandra made a colorful card using SSS Yupo and Alcohol Inks in Sunshine Yellow, Sunset Orange, Raspberry, Pearl and Mineral. She also used the Tabbed Sentiments 2 stamp set from the new Blossoms and Butterflies Simon Says Stamp release
So now it’s YOUR turn to get out your inks, paints and all things arty and start creating! We are looking forward to seeing what you make!
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You have until Monday 8am Ohio time. 1pm UK time, 2 pm CET to join in
We will also be choosing a selection of our entries to put in the spotlight. This is a special honor where we talk about why we loved that entry in particular and award a special badge too! For the full rules please read the challenge rules posted in the side-bar here on our blog.
Please read the challenge rules on the sidebar. It has come to our attention that some are entering projects that were posted weeks ago. While they may follow the theme they are not eligible to win the voucher. All creations must be newly published. Thank You