Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Dotty Dots!


Hellooo there! Check out what our talented Design Team did for this week's Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!! The theme is...wait for it...DOTS! Feel free to enter a creation of your own - you might even win the drawing for a $25.00 voucher to our store!

Christine used the Coral Reefweaver stamp by C.C. Designs. I love the fresh colors on this card!! Need a good teal color for a project you're working on? Might I recommend the Turquoise Twinkling Star Marker by Copic? It has glitter in it!

Chris made a nice choice with that polka dot red ribbon! It kinda leaves me feeling like I need some ribbon. I think I may have to made a decision...Red ribbon by May arts? Red crepe paper ribbon by Jenni Bowlin? Perhaps I'll stock up and buy the Polka Dots ribbon by Jillibean Soup?

Lols made yet another excellent card! This is a really sweet image. Lols chose the image from the Rain Snow Shine set by The Greeting Farm. This set is nice because it can be used for any time of year...aren't options wonderful? Want an Eiffel Tower image like Lols? Try the Mini Classics by Tim Holtz! It even comes with other stamps in the set -good stuff.

Heather used Ladybug Tilda for her image. I like the cursive writing behind the Tilda, too. It reminds me of the Le London Script stamp we have by Stampabilities. Warning though: this stamp may be as big as your head : )

Marcea used the Anya Mermaid stamp by The Greeting Farm. I am absolutely in love with The Greeting Farm stamps - they are easy to use and you get a fantastic image every time!! Perhaps you're a fan of purple flowers? Try Prima's Lilluput Roses in Iris.

Jo used the Ladybug Tilda stamp too! It really is a neat stamp : ) I love the flowers in the corner too!! Want some flowers that aren't too huge but aren't too small? Try Silk Road Flowers by Prima - they come in a pail so that you have a place to store them!

Domi's card has a lovely scalloped circle in the center. Like it? Check out Classic Scalloped Circles by Spellbinders. I love the edge punch she used on that pink paper too. It's called Scallop Dot by Martha Stewart. These are great to use because you can see where you're punching and it's easier to line it up for a professional look.

Debby used the Someone to Cheer You Up stamp by Whiff of Joy. That clown has some nice shoes, huh?

Made by Jane!
Jane used Mermaid Tilda! In case you are unaware, Mermaid Tilda is a new Magnolia stamp (you can preorder her and any others from the Bon Voyage Collection at simonsaysstamp.com though!!) Don't you love those flourishes in the background too? If you want a similar effect, try the Wave Flourish Punch by EK Success!

Martine used a great stamp by The Greeting Farm from the Miss Anya Set. Like the black looped paper? We've got a punch for that! Try Loops by Martha Stewart. Need cardstock? DCWV has a pack called La Creme Solid that has black, cream, and white papers. This is good stuff.

Ah, it's that time again where I've got to get going, but feel free to check out and/or enter the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!! You should become one of our crafty entrants too - I triple dog dare you. : )

Happy crafting!
-Sarah
sarah@simonsaysstamp.com

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6 comments:

  1. Here is my challenge card - http://chrissyd723.blogspot.com/2010/07/thoughts-of-you-shhhh-surprise.html

    Gorgeous creations everyone! TFS!

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  2. Mermaid Tilda is adorable!

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  3. Triple dog dare me?? Those are serious words!! Beautiful eye-candy ladies!

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  4. Tolle Karten sind das vom DT, klasse
    lg gila

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  5. oh my the Dt have produced fabulous samples. They are all gorgeous
    x

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