Tuesday, September 30, 2014

October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!

THANK YOU for stopping by to enjoy our
October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop
featuring this month's SOTM:
Home for the Holiday S1410


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then you are on the correct path.
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you can see a full listing of all of the blog hop

 Here is a simple standard-size card I created
featuring the Yuletide Carol paper pack (X7187B)
with Desert Sand, New England Ivy, and Ruby ink pads.
Embellished with Red Shimmer Trim (Z1848),
Topiary Mini Chevron Ribbon (Z1929), and Green Epoxy Bubbles (Z1806).
I also used our black journaling pen (Z1979) to outline and add a few doodles
to the parts of the ornament that I wanted to highlight.

Don't you just LOVE how so many stamps
in this set are Cricut-cut-compatible?
It makes it so easy to stamp these images
on pre-cut cardstock shapes (shown in red).


Now you can continue on with the hop
and be inspired by more creative ideas
using the stamp set by visiting
VICKI's BLOG next!
Enjoy the hop!

15 comments:

Casandra Bennett said...

Such a cute card! I like the added ribbon, outlining, and paper-piecing.

Lela said...

wow, love the colors!

Tina Lovell said...

I think this is my favorite card I have seen made with this stamp set. Well done!!

centralNYscrapper said...

Breathtaking card.

Melissa Robinson said...

This caRd took on a different look. Great job!

Dawn said...

Such a pretty card! The color choices look terrific and I love your inking of the edges!

Gina Brandstetter said...

Soo pretty!!

Kristine Ponte said...

the ornament looks fantastic outlined! great card Jen!!!

Pam said...

Your card is just beautiful Jen! Love the ribbon bow at the top of the ornament!

Michelle Stewart said...

Love the detail you've added to the card. Great work.

Jean McNulty said...

Beautiful!!

Kelly Janes said...

Super cute!!!!

Becky McClain said...

That is a beautiful card design!

Sheila Bennett said...

Very nice card. All of the ink sponging really creates great depth.

Nancy Womersley said...

I love your technique with the ornament stamp!