Monday, February 28, 2011

Simon Says: Stamp & Show Ephemera

Ephemera...What does this mean? Linda Elbourne has you covered - she looked up a definition and here's what she found:

"A Class of collectible items not originally intended to last for more than a short time, such as tickets, posters, pamphlets, postcards, or labels".

Still feel like you need a better idea? Never fear - your Stamp & Show Design Team is here! See below what they've created!


Lynne used Spun Sugar and Victorian Velvet Distress Inks by Tim Holtz, the Be Mine paper pack by Echo Park, and Prima Bling.

Lori used Transatlantique paper by Graphic 45, Mini Ephemera packs by 7 Gypsies, and one of Tim's On the Edge dies. Like that the first page looks kinda like a postage stamp? Try the Postage Stamp chipboard book by Maya Road.


Terry used an EK Success Punch called Swirl. She also used Vintage Photo and Forest Moss Distress Inks, pearls, and roses.

Kim used Tim Holtz's new Papillon stamps, a Cranberry Paint Dabber (a great color, in my opinion!), Heirloom Gold Mist, Tickets, and Postcards.

Linda used the Creative Muse stamp set for those cool umbrella men. She also used Corners, Reflections, and Distress Inks (need refills?).

Hey guess what....YOU have a CHANCE TO WIN $50 to SimonSaysStamp.com!!!!! What you need to do:
1.) Join our following to receive newsletters/updates
2.) Join us in the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge by posting your crafty creation that fits the theme
3.) Keep an eye out on Monday to see who the winner is - it could be YOU!
By the way...the winner of the Spring 2011 Penny Black Idea Catalog is....Meghan!
Please email Fran@SimonSaysStamp.com to claim your prize!

Have fun!!
-Sarah
Sarah@SimonSaysStamp.com

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1 comment:

  1. These are beautiful! I love the look but have a hard time creating it myself.

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