Thursday, August 1, 2019

*From Me to You* Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!

THANK YOU for stopping by to enjoy our
August Stamp of the Month Blog Hop
featuring this month's SOTM:
From Me to You S1908



If you've just arrived here from
then you are on the correct path.

Today I'm sharing two standard-size cards I created
using the SOTM and paper from the CRAFT ON collection
(X7245B). The card on the right was inspired by UCLA's
school colors (blue & gold), as I will be giving it to my
daughter Isabelle, who will be attending UCLA this Fall.
Isabelle also has a birthday this month, so I hope she
doesn't mind getting the cute card on the left also, lol.


This stamp set includes such a great variety of
so many different frequently used sentiments,
that it was hard to choose just a few for these projects.
I hope you are inspired to give this stamp set a try!


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


9 comments:

Miss. Carrie's Creations said...

I know that she will love both cards. They are so cute!! Thanks for joining us in this month's blog hop. 💙☕Miss.Carrie

Michelle Stewart said...

Love this cards, they are adorable.

Brenda Lapp - CTMH Independent Consultant said...

I love your cards Jen and I am sure your daughter Isabelle will too. I love how you used words to create the background for the Congrats card.

Krista Hershberger ---- Krista's Crafty with CTMH said...

Beautiful cards Jen!! Love how you pulled in the blues & yellows...when a lot of this Craft On papers usually have pink in them. Adorable! :)

SunnyAZ said...

Such bright 'happy' cards...great colors and perfect random stamping on the one....both great cards!

mannmade said...

Very cute!

CatScrapbooking said...

Wonderful cards! I love the colors you focused on.

Brandi said...

I love the cards. I really like the random stamping that you did at the bottom of the one card along with the sentiment, great idea!

Jessica K said...

LOVE these! You did a great job - and I love your focus on just a few of the colors in Craft On! :)