Monday, October 31, 2011

November Stamp of the Month Hop!

Welcome to the November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! If you're coming from Haley Dyer's blog you're on the right path! If you're starting here just keep using the link at the end of this post to take you to the next blog in the hop! 

Our November Stamp of the Month is Cherish the Day. It's a fun set of 44 stamps covering the entire year! You can customize for any event you may have with the numbers and monthly tag like images.


Here I've made a fall card with our new Kraft Die-Cut Cards and Envelopes. It's a 6"x6" card with a fold over scalloped edge. So cute! I chose this paper from the Dreamin' kit because it reminds me of a patchwork quilt which reminds me of cool weather and cuddling. I used the colors in the paper to repeat a border with the November image. The pumpkin is from So Grateful. I used Bronze Glitz Glitter Gel on the leaf and vines. 



This stamp set is only available Nov. 1-30, 2011. It's $17.95 or with a $50 purchase you can get this set for only $5! Click here to order yours now!

Now it's time to hop over to see the great ideas on Jen Rubio's blog! Thanks for hopping by. We do this hop the first of every month so be sure to come back!

Michelle

11 comments:

  1. Your stamped border with this set is fabulous! Cute card!

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  2. Love how you repeated the colors in your stamping.

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  3. Love what you did with the stamps! Cute Idea!

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  4. Hi Michelle,

    You are very talented, this card is beautiful!

    :)
    Corina

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  5. Striking card! The stamped border looks fabulous with the different color shading, and just goes so well with the papers.

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  6. Gorgeous card! Love the stamping and the glitz gel!

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  7. So cute! Love the pumpkin and the glitz gel!

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  8. Wow! Your stamped border looks like patterned paper! You did an awesome job with the stamping and your card is fantastic!

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  9. Love the layered colours on the tags! great background paper you've created!

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