Thursday, June 30, 2011

July Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!

Welcome to our July Stamp of the Month blog hop featuring this month's new SOTM - American Celebration D1458! If you've just joined me from Angel's blog, then you are on the right path!
Here's a view of all of the images included in this lively patriotic stamp set (below):
All of my artwork today also features the Fanfare paper pack X7138B (colors include Black, Cranberry, Pacifica, Sky, Sunny Yellow, and White Daisy). First, I'm sharing a standard size card inspired by Wishes - Gallery (p. 119).Next, I'm sharing an 8 x 3.5" card inspired by Originals - Pocket Greeting Tag (p. 54). Remember, you can click on any of my photos to see them up close!
Here's another view of the pull-out tag that fits in the pocket on the front of the card (below). This tag could also be used as a bookmark (so fun and EASY to make!):
Now you can continue on with the rest of this SOTM blog hop and see more creative ways to use this stamp set by visiting Doreen's blog next! Enjoy!!

18 comments:

Paige Dolecki said...

Jen -

Both cards are great but I just love your pocket greetings card!

Paige

Krista Ritskes said...

Great job!

Tamytha said...

Love both of your projects.

Gina Brandstetter said...

Love your card! especially like the added touch with the ribbon around the rocket.

Cindy said...

What a terrific sketch for the card. It looks terrific!

Amy McVey said...

Terrific job! I love them both!

Sheila Bennett said...

Really nice cards. Very patriotic.

Diana said...

Both of your projects are great! Love the bookmark!!

Annette said...

Just like everything you do, Jen, these are fabulous!

Scrapi Traci said...

Both projects are fun but really love bookmark idea!

Kathleen said...

Jen, TOTAL awesome artwork!! What a flare you have for putting stamps down on paper!! I love the embellishing too!!

Closet Stamper said...

great projects!

John and Shannon Beck said...

Love the projects!

Nancy said...

Beautiful cards Jen!!!

Helen Onulak said...

Very nice! Love the way the flag tucks into the pocket. Very clever.

Vickie Tagatz said...

Like the use of layering on card!

Haley D. said...

Both of these are fabulous!

roxybonds said...

Beautiful work!