Wednesday, November 3, 2010

(Almost) All White Challenge

Hello All!

This week's Simon Says Stamp Challenge is All White - the requirements: you need to have an all white card, with the exception of the image you choose (if you like). The lucky ducky winner will receive a $25 gift voucher to Simon Says Stamp! Need some inspiration? Check out what our Design Team has made below!

Mandy used the Merry Christmas UM stamp set by Lili of the Valley. The lovely sparkle comes from Diamond Stickles.

Lorraine used a punch a lot like EK Success' Snowflake Edge punch. She used an embossing folder like Snowflakes by Cuttlebug. The snowman image is called Jolly Snowman and is by Stampabilities (so cute and a pre-made scene!)

By Jane
Jane used pretty white ribbon that is similar to White Grosgrain Ribbon by May Arts. Want some white paper? Try Beargrass by Worldwin or Whisper White by Stampin Up.

Chris used the All Wrapped Up stamp set by Crafter's Companion for the image and sentiment. For the fluff around Santa's suit, she used Polar White by Flower Soft. To color him, she used the Pebbles Shimmer Chalk set.

Jo used a Magnolia stamp called Tilda in Christmas Coat. The snowflake in the top right corner is a lot like Snowflakes #21 by Sizzix. Good stuff!

By Domi
Domi used the Lili of the Valley stamp set called Oh So Girlie. To make a pretty white flower like the one seen here, try Prima's Craftable flowers. Add a button like the cream colored ones in Nook & Pantry.

Marcea used the Merry Christmas set by Lili of the Valley also (it's a good one!!). For a variety of white lace try the White lace pack by Kaiser. Want a white flower with a pearl in it? Try Innoscence Hyacinth White by Prima.

Dawny P used a pretty white rose like Prima's Trellis Roses in Ivory. She also used an embossing folder a lot like Swiss Dots by Cuttlebug. The cute Magnolia stamp she used is Jolly Elf Tilda.

By Christine
Christine used an embossing folder like Polka Dots by Cuttlebug. She used Pop Dots (a must-have if you want your images to pop off the page a little bit. Want a whole bunch of holiday sentiments in one place? Check out Merry & Bright by C.C. Designs.

Heather used multi-sized pearls, and if you love them as much as I do, you're going to need to take a look at Kaiser's 50 Count pearls in...Pearl. : ) The lovely embossed background was made using Checkerboard & Cracked by Tim Holtz.

By Debby
Debby used a punch by Martha Stewart called Icicles. I like the snowflakes above the Icicles, too. If you do too, pay Martha S a visit for Snowflake Trim.

These cards are so elegant! Try your hand at making a white card and enter it into the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!

The winner of the Glitz Blog Candy is ***Lillian Child*** for her amazing ideas on how to use those Glitz products! Congratulations!! Please email steph@simonsaysstamp.com to claim your prize : )

Care to win blog candy, too? Tell me your favorite white product that we carry at Simon Says Stamp and how you've used it (feel free to include a picture)! If your answer is chosen, you will receive this 23 page Penny Black Christmas magazine.

Thanks for reading and playing!!
-Sarah
sarah@simonsaysstamp.com

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2 comments:

  1. Beautiful and elegant cards!
    Well done girls!!!
    Hugs!
    Sandra!

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  2. So sweet cards! Thank you for wonderful inspiration :)

    My favorite product... it took quite a while to figure out which one xD But I picked stamp set Birds Galore by Inkadinkado. Here's my example of useing it: http://sinihilkka.blogspot.com/2010/05/ihanaa-aitienpaivaa-kaikille-aideille.html

    Have a nice weekend!

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