Tuesday, November 1, 2016

November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!

THANK YOU for stopping by to enjoy our
November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop
featuring this month's SOTM:
New Year's Cheer S1611


If you've just arrived here from
then you are on the correct path.
If you get lost along the way, you can find
a complete list of all of the participating
consultant blogs here on MELINDA's BLOG.



This month I created a standard-size card using the
Cut Above Fiesta Card Kit (Z3222) for my card base.
*(This retired item is still available for purchase
here online for a limited time, while supplies last).
I also used Black, Lagoon, Peacock, and Whisper ink pads
to do the stamping. Embellished with clear sparkles, silver
shimmer trim, and mini staples (all from CTMH!).

Now you can continue on with the hop,
and be inspired by more creativity
using this stamp set by visiting
MICHELLE's BLOG next!
Enjoy the hop!!

11 comments:

Tracie said...

Love how you incorporated the retired Cut Above card kit.

Michele said...

Little staples...what a sweet addition. So pretty.

Tammy Lubick said...

I love the extra sparkle you added with the gems on the snowflakes!

papercraftingprincess said...

Beautiful card! Love the use of the Cut Above Kit...I just happen to have a bunch of those card bases to use up!

Michelle Stewart said...

Great card, I love the color choices. Just love it.

123 flames said...

Cute card! Love how you angled the sentiment part of the card!

Jean McNulty said...

Love it!!

Donna said...

Such a pretty card! Love how you added the shimmer trim and bling.

Margi Gilbertson said...

Great idea! Love it!

Catherine Nowak said...

Great card!

letsbefrank-jodi said...

Hi Jen,

I am CTMH Consultant as well, " I love your Harry Potter inspired cards" and would like to make them for Christmas gifts. Would you send me your MSN file to print. I have the cards made from your blog directions{ great directions by the way} I am ready to print the sayings. Again do I owe you anything for them?


​I also sent you a text but bet it went into your unknowen file.



Thanks, Jodi Frank