Friday, August 17, 2012

AUGUST SOTM -BAROQUE BORDERS



Welcome to our August CTMH Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! Each month we will showcase the Stamp of the Month which can be purchased exclusively through a Close to My Heart Independent Consultant.
We're so excited to be doing this hop and we have a fabulous lineup with some very talented ladies. There will be lots of fun projects.
This month we will be showcasing the August Stamp of the Month "Baroque Borders" . This stamp can be used in so many different ways and we hope to inspire you with our creations!
If you just happened to come to this blog, you should start at the beginning at Lucy's blog - http://www.love2createitall.com.
For my project I chose just 1 stamp for my pattern alternately stamped in Sunset Exclusive Ink and Honey. The center shape is from the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge cut at 1.5" and stamped in Olive. The center stamp is from the current Constant Campaign offer, a double set called It's Your Day, available for only $5 with a $35 purchase until Sept. 30th. I finished the corners with scraps of Florentine paper and Licorice Opaque Gems. It wouldn't be complete without the bling of 8 Clear Sparkles to help it shine.
EnJoy!

The next stop on your blog hop fun is Pam.
Here is the list of all the talented consultants who are participating in this months blog hop:

  1. Lucy ~ http://www.love2createitall.com ---
  2. Darla ~ http://www.stampingunderdoctorsorders.blogspot.com/ 
  3. Judith ~ www.grammiejudys.blogspot.com  
  4. Carolyn Heniges http://www.nuts4scrappin.blogspot.com/
  5. Amie Kiger ~  http://www.mimimyselfandibykigz.blogspot.com  
  6. Ryan  www.pieceandpaper.blogspot.com 
  7. Joanne http://josiesjoy.blogspot.com ----- YOU ARE HERE
  8. Pam Stewart - http://i-candy-scraps.blogspot.com 
  9. Kindred Hearts - http://itmakestotalcents.blogspot.com 
  10. Julia Hammond  http://youcancreatectmh.blogspot.com/ 

18 comments:

  1. How fun! How did you ever line those up so well? Awesome job!

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    1. Thank you...I learned great patience teaching 2nd grade for 30 years! ;-)

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  2. Fantastic!! I was hoping someone would use that stamp from the set. :)

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  3. Pretty... I love how you created that "medallion" from stamps...Beautiful!

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    1. Thank you...it was the 1st thing that came to mind.

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  4. I think pineapples all the way with this stamp - both the the particular stamp you used, but also the colors and little touch with the bling. Beautiful and creative!

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    1. Too funny...I almost called it the pineapple stamp in my description. Thanks you.

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  5. I just LOVE your card -- those colors work so well together! What a great way to use that image -- TFS :)

    Lucy
    http://love2createitall.com

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  6. It's amazing! Thank you for the idea.

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    1. Thank you...I love to share ideas with others.

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  7. so pretty and i love the added bling.

    Dana
    Danascraftycorner.blogspot.com

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  8. how pretty is this?! love how you alternated the colors!!

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  9. Very creative use of the stamp and great colors. TFS

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