Simon Says: At The Movies



Hi all and welcome to another week on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge

Thank you for joining us for the Stamp It Challenge and we hope you will all join us again this week too.

This week the challenge is

At The Movies 

We are showcasing Spellbinders Products this week, you don’t have to use them to join in with the challenge but if you have them we would love to see them used.

As always Simon Says Stamp will be giving away $50 voucher to shop at the fabulous Simon Says Stamp Store



Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details of how we made these creations and leave these wonderful girls some comment love


Andrea made some gift boxes for movie tickets using Seth Apter’s Spellbinders dies (Splatter Proof, Robo Square and Ring Around) and Tammy Tutterow’s Big Fabric Spellbinders stamp.


Anna-Karin loves going to the movies with her son and made a layout about that, using Spellbinders products by Tammy Tutterow, such as the Waterfall One and Frayed Posies dies.


Barbara is an Hunger games addict! She use two products from the Seth Apter collection of Spellbinders products: Maze embossing folder and Triplex Etched dies: they are perfect for the style and mood of this movie!


Cathie created a 1940’s mixed media movie panel inspired by the movie, Casablanca. She used Spellbinders Butterfly Kisses embossing folder and Spellbinders Timeless Rectangles and Deckled Rectangles die sets to create her background to mimic vintage red and black velvet embossed wallpaper.


Cheiron used Tammy Tutterow Designs Shabby Posies to make her Under the Tuscan Sun inspired card.

cheiron- life doesnt have to be perfect

Emma is a huge fan of John Hughes’ Pretty In Pink and used Tammy Tutterow’s Shabby Posies die to create pretty pink petals inspired by the film title!


Kath found inspiration from one of her favourite Disney movies and used Spellbinders Nestabilities Circles Small to create a frame and the Scalloped Hearts die along with Tim Holtz Crazy Dogs and Mini Crazy Cats and Dogs Stamp Sets.

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Macarena was inspired by one of her favorite movies: City of Angels and made a tag using Bubble Wrap Embossing Folder and Love In Flight Dies.


Maura was inspired by the discovery of a new planet, which made her think of “The Martian.” Spellbinders Seth Apter dies Drip Drop, Pocket Watch and Triplex were used in her art journal pages.


Meihsia was inspired by the Angry Bird movie and created this mixed media tag using Spellbinders Square DiesPrima Flowers Forest Leaves Die and Tim Holtz Crazy Bird Stamp.

Meihsia Liu Simply Paper Crafts Mixed Media Tag Angry Bird Moive Inspiration Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Tim Holtz 600

Sandra was inspired by going to the movies, and used the Spellbinders Picnic Embossing folder to create her background of the cinema

Zoey used Spellbinders Robo Rings Etched dies to decorate this art journal page


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 few of our entries to put in the spotlight – a special honor where we talk about why we loved that entry in particular and award a special badge too! For the full rules, read the “challenge rules” posted in the side-bar here on our blog.

  1. Feels as though I should have each of these projects in my hands to touch and feel and experience all the texture, dimension and amazing detailing! Thanks for the inspiration! Anita :)

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