Sunday, September 15, 2013

Just Stamp On It

This week's  Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge  is about stamping on anything but plain old cardstock. Fabric, vellum, patterned paper, canvas, or wood are just a few materials that you could stamp on! Grab a stamp and get to experimenting – it’s going to be a fun week  at Simon Says Stamp and Show!
I will be sharing a technique post over on Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge blog on Wednesday and this is a sneak peek of my finished project.

Come play along with us at  Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge for a chance to win a $50 Gift voucher for  Simon Says Stamp.

P.S.  Remember that  Stamptember is still going on at  Simon Says Stamp:
There is a fabulous line up of guest designers, tutorials and giveaways.  Don't forget to check back everyday on the Simon Says Stamp blog

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Look forward to Wednesday Sue as this sneak peek look intriguing. I have to go up to my daughter's that day though for 2 days childminding my little grandson so might not get a look till the weekend :-(.

    Lesley Xx

  2. Looks stunning Suzanne - will check back on wednesday. Nicola x

  3. I'm sure your project will be awesome, Suzz! Can't wait to see it later this week! <3 Candy

  4. Oh... Suzz, can't wait to see the whole project. :)

  5. What a delicious sneak peek - so delicate in colour... looking forward to seeing more later in the week.
    Alison x

  6. Suzz, I can't wait to see what you've been up to. :)

  7. Looking beautiful! Can't wait to see the rest!

    Simon Says Stamp!

  8. Beautiful sneak peeks! I'm waiting for the entire post!!!!BArbarayaya

  9. I've already left you a message on the tutorial page Suzz, but wanted to leave you a comment here too. The entire piece is gorgeous. Love the stamped images muslin. Gives it such an ethereal look. Beautiful project!!! (As always -- you are so incredibly creative!) Thanks for the inspiration! -- Mary Elizabeth

  10. The ink tutorial was really great! As crafters, I think we sometimes put the blinders on and continue to use our favorite products over and over again (which is fine), but your tutorial really helped me understand the differences between these ink types and made me want to get more outside of my box. I am so glad that you took the time to educate me! Well done-- a joy to read and to look at!


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