Tuesday, September 30, 2014

October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to the October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We are featuring the Home For the Holidays stamp set. If you are here from Paige's blog then you are in the right place. The blog hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and work your way all around. If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants on Melinda’s blog.

This is a really fun Christmas stamp set, but I wanted to show the versatility of the stamp set. To make this card I used Skylark Picture My Life cards along with Juniper and Sweet Leaf inks, green and blue epoxy bubbles and wood grain Washi tape (see below for the complete supply list).

My favorite surprise of this card is the top border. It's made using the candy cane stamp!

Oh, and did I mention that this stamp set coordinates with the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge? You can see which stamps coordinate by the red outline around the image.

Thank you for stopping by my little corner of the world! Your next stop is Dawn's blog.

Like always, this stamp set is only $5 with a qualifying order at www.aprilnourse.ctmh.com and it's only available through October 31st.

Supplies used:

Lagoon Ink

Sweet Leaf Ink

Liquid Glass

Picture My Life Skylark

Green & Blue Epoxy Bubbles

Green colored pencil


Adeline E. Brill said...

What a clever idea! That is a great way to show the versatility of a stamp set! Great card as well!

Lela said...

I really like the idea of using this for non-holiday card. What a great idea, your card is so cute!

Kristine Ponte said...

great use of papers, so cute and I really like that you've used the stamps to look completely different!

Morgan Vogt said...

What a clever way to use this stamp set! I love how unexpected the colors are and how you used the candy stamp sets in a different way!

Maureen said...

Awesome card and idea!

Michelle Stewart said...

Simply clever idea!

Haley D. said...

Very nice twist on this set!

centralNYscrapper said...

I love the borders you created with the stamps. Great card.