Simon Says Stamp | Fluttering By Blog Hop

Hello lovelies, I am excited to be part of the Simon Says Stamp Latest release Fluttering By blog hop.

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If you haven’t checked out the latest release it can be found here, I will also link to individual products at the end of this post.

Also make sure you check out day 1 of the hop here.

If you are hopping along you should have arrived here from the lovely Rubeena Ianigro and the next stop on the hop from here is the talented Lea Lawson

I have several cards to share with you today. This was definitely one of my favourite Simon releases…I know, I know I say that every time.

The first card I am sharing is created using the new Centre Cut Burst Rubber Stamp. This is large background style stamp, but the centre can be removed and used for a number of different looks. I LOVE this idea and love that it means you get more choices for your money.

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I used just the centre part of the stamp along with Distress Oxides Inks and stamped onto some Neenah Desert Storm card stock, I overlapped the stamping and went in a rainbow type order. I then used one of the stamps from the new Under The Sea Animals Stamp set for the sentiment. To finished off I added some clear droplets.

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For the next card I used the Make Your Mark Stamp set & Happy Birthday Script die.

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I really like that with that set you can create borders and patterns but they have also included some circle layering type stamps, they was really fun to use to create this quick birthday card. I also used the new Happy Birthday Script die and die cut it from some Gold card stock and adhered into a vellum circle. I cannot wait to play around more with this stamp set.

As soon as I saw the Under The Sea Animals I knew I wanted to make a note card set.

This set is insanely cute and fun.

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All the elements were coloured with Polychromo Pencils and i fussy cut them out (coordinating dies are avalible but i don’t have them yet).

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For the background on each image I used Distress inks to create the “sea” and “sand” looks and added some water droplets.

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I wanted to keep the cards fairly CAS so I stamped the sentiments straight onto the main piece using Simon’s Black Ink.

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To finish each card off I added some white gel pen details and I couldn’t resist adding some googly eyes on a  couple of them.

This snail is my favourite, totally love him and he was so fun to colour. I just couldn’t resist adding some googly eyes to him.

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Now onto the hop details.

Simon is very kindly giving away a $25 gift card for each stop on the hop.

Simon will randomly pick the winners over the weekend and announce them on the Simon Says Stamp Blog next Wednesday.

Make sure you comment on every stop for more chances to win, also make sure you check out Day 1 of the Hop, the list for that hop can be found here.

Here is the full hop list from today’s hop

Simon Says Stamp Blog

Debby Hughes

Laura Bassen

Heather Ruwe

Lisa Addesa

Barb Engler

Jean Manis

Bibi Cameron

Rubeena Ianigro

Tracy Freeman <<You are here

Lea Lawson

Yana Smakula

If you would like to check out some awesome projects from this release, or if you would like to share your projects with us then check out the Simon Says Stamp Galleries. We LOVE seeing everyones creations so please share. Also if you are on social media then make sure you use the hashtag #SSSflutteringby.

Thank you so much for stopping by today and hopping with us.

Happy Hopping and have a great day.

 

 

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208 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp | Fluttering By Blog Hop

  1. Really love your cards made on the Kraft cardstock with the center cut first the combination of those colors were beautiful on the Kraft cardstock! But I absolutely love to Under the Sea note cards and adding two googly eyes made it even better! Makes me want to go to the beach lol love you sharing all these techniques with us and your cards thank you!🦀🐙🐳🐚🐌🐢

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