Monday, May 31, 2010

June Blog Hop

Welcome to the
JUNE Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!
You should have hopped on over from the blog of Chris Shouse. Don't you just love all these ideas! Well here's another one for you to try out!

As you can see, there are a variety of really great images in this set. I used the tie to create a funky background using Sweet Leaf and Twilight inks. LOVE that color combo! You know, as I look at it, I think with a bit of trimming that tie could look like a canoe paddle, too! I'll have to give that one a try! But I digress. After creating the background I stamped the frame and message, a strip of the argyle and a single argyle. These pieces are layered with black cardstock to make the colors POP! It's hard to tell in the photo, but I also added a bit of our new Glitz Glitter Glue in Stardust on the cross lines in the argyle. You NEED to try our Glitz Glitter Glue! It's so easy and adds such a nice accent to just about anything! No fuss, no muss!
There you go...a quick and easy card using our June Stamp of the Month. Click here to order yours now! It's only available during the month of June!
While you're at my website, check out the Jackpot June special!

Now, head on over to Susan Brooks blog to see some more wonderful ideas! There are about 70 consultants sharing ideas this month so you have a lot to see! If you get lost, click here to start at the beginning.


12 comments:

  1. Nice! Love the color combo.

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  2. How clever to make the ties the pattern in this card. Nice!

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  3. Great colors and I love that spotlight technique towards the bottom. What a great detail!

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  4. Love the alternating colors of the tie for the background

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  5. Fun to think of out-of-the-box ways to use the stamps...like creating a background. Makes me look at the tie in a whole new way.

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  6. Michelle, I love the fun colors you used in your card!! The tie background is a cute idea that I never would have thought to do! You are one creative lady!

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