New Simon Says Stamp Colour Collection!!

Simon Says Stamp released a new colour collection today called Daybreak! It has 7 new colours including Slate, Smoke, Fog, Lemon Chiffon, Lavender, Soft Navy and Burnt Orange. I am in love with the new colours and am so happy there are greys now!
To celebrate the new release, I created a couple of cards using the new colours (and some of the old) to show how great they all look together. The first card I created is over on the Simon Says Stamp blog today and features some of the new greys as well as the Lemon Chiffon and Lavender papers. It's bright and springy to celebrate Easter, which is almost here! ;)

I also have a card to share here that features some of the darker colours. The Soft Navy and Burnt Orange are probably two of my all-time favourite colours in the Simon colour family! Love them!!

Thanks Card


This release also includes some fun sequins. There is round as well as a tiny flower design in a great selection of colours! So looking forward to using these on my cards and projects!!

Here is a closer look at the full colour and sequin release:

Daybreak Colour Collection:

New Simon Says Stamp Sequins:

SO excited to hear what you think of the new colours!

Thanks for stopping by today -
Be back soon!

Steph ;)



  1. Lovin' that combo with the orange, navy and gray! Fun card, Steph!

  2. Love the new colors! Love the color combo in the thanks card! I love navy and orange for masculine cards!

  3. Your card is great. I love the new colors.

  4. Love your card as well as the new colors added to Simon Says line. I especially like the greys and burnt orange. Thanks for sharing.

  5. How FUN are these!! LOVING your Cards and the New Colors!! I can't wait to try them!! I think my FAVORITE New Color is going to be the Burnt Orange!! I also like the Greys, and I'm a Purple Lover, but I haven't really found any colors that I like that much so maybe this new Purple will be that color!!?? THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

  6. I love these masculine how you used the die.