Simon Says: Handmade Flowers


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

Thanks for all of your fabulous entries into the ‘Make Your Own Background’ Challenge and we hope you will join in this week too!

This week we are challenging you to make your own

Handmade Flowers

you can of course use die cut flowers, stamped and cut flowers, or maybe you have other ideas! Whatever you make we will be looking forward to seeing your beautiful blooms!

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


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Linda made two lovely canvases this week, featuring beautiful flowers made from We R Memory Keepers Party Tissue Paper Pack and the Spellbinders Scalloped Circle Large die set. The leaves were die cut from Simon Says Stamp Get Lucky Wool Felt using Spellbinders Foliage dies.


Andrea made flowers out of Tim Holtz’s Crinkle Ribbon, Distress Ink and Distress Stain to adorn her houses made with Tim Holtz’s Tiny Houses die.


Anna-Karin made some pretty fringed flowers this week, using quilling paper. The Mini Framed Panel by Tim Holtz forms a home for the flowers and the stamps come from Wendy Vecchi.


Barbara created a Thankful card with  Tattered florals  die by Tim Holtz and new Distress oxides. She used same inks to color her background stamped with Abstract Triangles by Simon Says Stamp.


Cathie created roses for her card using Tammy Tutterow Designs Shabby Posies and placed them on top of some pretty greenery along with Simon Says Stamps Circle Loops.


Emma used Tim Holtz’s Jumbo Tattered Florals die to create fabric flowers that she then coloured with Spiced Marmalade and Broken China Distress Stains before layering them over a textured background embossed with the Lace Texture Fade.



Kath created the flowers for her canvas using Tim Holtz Idea-ology Plain Tissue Wrap coloured with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Ink, Simon’s Black and Off White card die cut using Sizzix/Tim Holtz Small Tattered Florals Thinlits


Lols made a canvas to decorate her craft room using Simon’s Exclusive Single Roses Dies and Paper Artsy Paints to create her flowers.


Macarena made some metallique and outstanding flowers using Rose Creations dies and Prima Metallique Acrylic Paints.



Maura made some tiny flowers to decorate her card using Tim Holtz Tiny Tattered Florals die, Tim Holtz Spiced Marmalade Distress Oxide Ink, and Tim Holtz Idea-ology Quote Chips.


Meihsia was inspired to create a mixed media card using Tim Holtz Sizzix Die Tattered Florals Alternations and Distress Sprays.


Sandra used  Tattered Flower Garland die and Royal Blood Infusions along with Prussian Blue Brusho for her navy and gold inspired card.

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 – 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. what a gorgeous profusion of flowers!!! Perfect for keeping my spirits up as we are watching and waiting for an impending major snowstorm expecting to dump over 12″-yikes!
    Super fabulous projects DT!!

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