Add to Favorites

First Ever Simon Says Stamp VIDEO HOP!

Boy this is going to be fun! We are hopping… from video to video over on YouTube! I LOVE this.

Here’s how it works: Just watch a video starting HERE. At the end, click the screen to go to the next video. Keep hopping through it all and you will see lots of new products and card ideas.

You can start the video hop HERE. You will find mine along the way.

The projects in my video are actually decorated holiday envelopes. Something fun and different!

I used the new SSS Mailing Label Die and Holiday Envelope Sentiments Stamps. Are they the cutest? What a great way to make people take notice at the card that is inside…

I also did another envelope but this time used the Ranger Foil Tape. I LOVE THIS LOOK. That self-adhesive foil is super thin and sticks super well, making it the perfect way to add shine to an envelope and yet stay durable. It die cuts like butter – love it.

Come on… check out that foil!

You can start the video hop HERE. You will find mine along the way… and a BIG giveaway at the end on the SSS blog.

Here is a closer look at the stamps and dies I used…

There are also a bunch of other new holiday goodies released over at Simon Says Stamp. Check them out… (You can see them all HERE.)

What is your favorite? I would love to hear. I may get my hands on some extras to send to someone…

See you soon!


Leave a Comment

48 thoughts on “First Ever Simon Says Stamp VIDEO HOP!”

  1. What a great post to coincide with the BLIZZARD we are getting here today!! Yes, we are getting 2 feet of snow and high winds here today in Rapid City, SD-before Halloween. Sure makes it easy to think about holiday cards. Thanks for the inspiration. I love the snowflake dies and love the look of them in the foil paper!!!

  2. I love this stamp set and the label die. I’ve finished my cards, but adding the foil to the envelopes would make them really spectacular. Thanks for sharing!

  3. there are so many favorites – but I do love the Holiday Envelope Sentiments Stamp Set – love the twine look!
    Sandra ltb

  4. Oh my, I love decorating envelopes, too! These are really cute! Just when I was trying to give my credit card a break…. I keep seeing a million new crafty things that I want!

  5. Wow! Really liking the mailing label die and more envelope sentiments! Yeah!! I love my other sentiments (except two of the stamps that do not seem to be high enough when you stap as it picks up ink in various areas and stamps boo boos ;0(

    ~God bless~

  6. Pretty envelope! Love the red and aqua together… great combo! The snowflake dies are my favorites…. so delicate and detailed!

  7. What a great blog hop. Love all the new release, but my favorite is the layered tree die and stamp set. Thanks for the great inspiration.

  8. Just love those foiled snowflakes. Just makes those envelopes pop. I am so in love with those snowflake dies. And those stencils are so awesome too. Thanks Jennifer.

  9. I just loved you’re video and how you made those beautiful mailing labels. I loved all the dies and the falling snow stencil. I loved the merry Christmas and small snowflakes dies. I loved the tree stamps and the word stamps. An awesome collection. It was a wonderful video hop and I loved seeing the different techniques on using these items.
    Thank you so much.

  10. I love the sticky-back foil!.
    Funny I didn’t care for the Holiday Layered Tree until I saw Shari’s cards. Now I’m thinking that rustic tree would look very western and perfect for a Christmas card from Arizona!

  11. Love the mailing label die and the stamp set you so creatively used. From the collection, my favorite is the merry Christmas die, simply fabulous font!!!

  12. Love the envelopes! What a nice touch to add to a handmade Christmas card! My favorite is the stamp set made to look like twine and the coordinating bow! How sweet! I could see using it for many projects. The falling snow stencil is also a favorite! This release is amazing!

  13. LOVEeeeeeeeeee this idea Jennifer! Imagine how much a card will stand out among all the Christmas cards that arrive, I know which one I would open first. I am definitely going to do this. As a side note I think the video hop is awesome!

  14. I loved the whole video hop. It was awesome. My favorites would be the mailing labels & stars and the card w the blue stars & lg tree. Great inspiratiom. Thanks.
    marcia m

  15. Your first envelope is gorgeous! I love everything you have on it.
    The SSS Mailing Label Die is perfect and the twine stamp is so great – we don’t even celebrate Christmas in Israel and I’m thinking of getting this stamp set just for the 3 twine stamps πŸ™‚

  16. I love that you did your video about the envelopes themselves. We all make such beautiful cards but often forget about the envelope!! I love the whole collection but my favourite are the Merry Christmas die and the circle stamps with the circle die cuts, could see all of these being used quite a bit over the next few months!!

  17. Love your envelopes. They’re so beautiful and would be so awesome to find in the mailbox. I’m really loving all the beautiful snowflake dies and I’m really crazy about the falling snow stencil.

  18. Just finished the hop and it was so dun and inspiring!! I love these envelope labels and the big Merry Christmas die and Tree stamp are just great for my Christmas cards! Thanks for the fun hop.

  19. Love the envelopes. So adorable! You always seem to choose just the perfect combination. Love it. I think that all the new snowflake products are awesome, but love the dies the most. πŸ™‚ thanks for the inspiration!

  20. Jennifer,

    Your cards are so inspiring! I make it a strong habit not to copy someone else’s work, but I have adopted many of your techniques, such as the Distressing Ink Stamping on the manila mailing tags – really neat!

    I really like the ink storage ideas you have! (I have MS and the current storage I use makes it really tough to pull out a Hero Arts ink cartridge.) I am planning on buying one of them and one for the Distress Ink cartridges as well.

    Thank you for the inspiration!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *