Welcome to the October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We will be featuring October’s Stamp of the Month, Very Merry Christmas, a set of 11 stamps. If you have came here from Nancy’s Blog, you are on the right path. The blog hop is a great big circle, you can start here and work your way around. If you get lost along the way, you can find a complete list of participating consultants here.
All of the shapes from Very Merry Christmas coordinate with the Cricut Artistecartridge. So simple to mass produce images for the upcoming holiday season. I cut my main image with the coordinating Artiste ornament shape. I then stamped three different images. I stamped one image on New England Ivy, one on Cranberry and one on Colonial White. I stamped the New England Ivy and Cranberry with Versamark Ink and embossed in clear ink. I stamped the Colonial White with Cashmere Pigment Ink and embossed in clear. I then cut out the individual pieces and paper pieced the ornament together. The ornament has great dimension in person!
All supplies by Close To My Heart:
Z1790 Cricut Artiste Collection
S1210 Very Merry Christmas
G1043 Pear & Partridge WOTG
X5932 Cashmere Cardstock
1388 Colonial White Cardstock
Z2503 Basics Pigment Ink Pads
Z2116 Cranberry Ink
Z891 VersaMark Ink
Z821 Clear Embossing Powder
Z1103 Cranberry Ribbon
Z1769 Almond Glitz
Z1753 Brown & Tan Assort Sparkles
Artwork by Close To My Heart:
We have over 60 consultants participating in the blog hop! Hop on over to Lisa’s blog to see her artwork. Be sure and continue on with the hop for more stamping inspiration! Get your set before it’s gone! The last day to order is October 31, 2012.
My card is based on the sketch from Sketch Saturday-
I have also entered my card in the challenge at The Paper Players(It seems like I have been absent for months!-Missed you guys!) Just in case it is not obvious, I went with Christmas, Sparkle/Bling and Ribbon.
And lastly, I have entered the paper piecing challenge at the The House that Stamps Built.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Be sure and continue on to Lisa’s blogfor more creative ideas!