Simon Says: Thinking Of You



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

Thank you for joining us for the Treat Bag/Box Challenge and we hope you will all join us again this week too.

This week the challenge is

Thinking Of You

The 11th November is Veterans Day, in Commonwealth countries it is known as Armistice Day. In 1918 it signified the end of the 1st World War and is traditionally a day to remember all of the armed forces who have died in the line of duty.

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



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This is Nikki’s last week with us in the Designer Spotlight. Thank you so much for all of your fabulous creations over these past weeks Nikki, it has been a real pleasure having you along with us.

Nikki made a card using a Tim Holtz Ornate Frame and Leaf Blueprint Stamp and Die Set


Andrea made a set of encouraging cards using Echo Park’s Feather dies, Dina Wakley Washi tape, and Infusions colored stain in A Bit Jaded, Emerald Isle, and Are You Cerise.


Anna-Karin started out making a thinking of you card, but changed her mind when she stamped the lovely Simon Says Stamp You Matter stamp and instead made a scrapbooking layout. It is a perfect stamp to express that you are thinking of someone else and that that person matters.


Barbara has interpreted this challenge in a non-traditional way! Her “thinking of you” project is dedicated  to all those who love the celebration  of today: Halloween! To do this she has created a very spooky home decor with  Lost Zombie  coming out from  Idea-ology Wooden Vignette Coffin in his small garden enclosed by Gothic Gate!


Cathie was thinking about her daughter, who is in Peru teaching, when she created her mixed media panel using the Tim Holtz Flower Garden stamp set and Tammy Tutterow Picnic embossing folder to add some texture.

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Cheiron was thinking of friends near and far, and created a bunch of these ‘miss you’ cards using the Tim Holtz Flower Garden Stamps and Framelits dies.

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As we approach November 11th, Emma is thinking of all the brave heroes from around the world and created a panel in commemoration, using her favourite Globe die and combining it with the Tattered Florals die.


Kath was thinking of very special “birds of a feather” friends who live in faraway places and created an Art Journal Page using Dina Wakley’s  Scribbly Small Birdies and Memory Box Woodland Branch Die


Lols is thinking of all of the servicemen and women who have been injured or lost in battle. Traditionally poppies are the flower of choice but I have chosen to use Tim Holtz Wildflowers for my remembrance card.


Macarena was thinking of herself as a little girl and made a project using Spellbinders Rose Creation Dies and Distress Paints.


Maura made a Thinking of You in Paris shaker card  with Seth Apter’s Robo Ring die, Simon Says Stamp One With Nature stamp set, and 28 Lilac Lane Toasted Graham embellishments.


Meihsia created a mixed media tag with Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons colored background and embellished using Prima Flowers Grunge Butterfly.



Sandra was in the mood for some pinks, and made a sweet card using the Swiss Dots stencil with Transparent Texture Paste.

Zoey used Tim Holtz Found Relatives cards and Tim Holtz Distress Paint to decorate this ATC


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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  1. great theme! it is truly important to thank those who serve in the armed forces of their countries. excited to create masculine themed cards for the same!
    preeti d.

  2. Thank you for the challenge and fabulous theme! Each DT project is absolutely stunning! I hope to visit them all and pin them as they are all so very inspiring, thank you for sharing them with us x

  3. Thanks for the inspiration! With the celebration of Día de los Muertos today and tomorrow, it was a perfect opportunity to make a miniature matchbox shrine in memory of my deceased father. Blessings!

  4. Thank you for another wonderful challenge! Beautiful DT inspiratuion!!
    Was the winner of the Treat Bag/Box Challenge announced?

  5. I entered an old card accidentally but can’t figure out how to edit or delete my link – could you please ignore the first entry from not_amanda? Thanks!

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