Saturday, December 31, 2011

Stamp of the Month Blog Hop--January 2012

Welcome to our January Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! If you've arrived from Adeline Brill's blog you're on the right path. The link at the bottom will take you to the next blog, so keep on hopping!

Our Stamp of the Month for January is called Little Reminder and is a set you'll use time and again! numbers, days, months, sayings....it's all right here! 

In my sample I've made a card using our Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge to cut a shaped card. I love the little curve! I've used the line stamps from the set to create the plaid background. The paper is from our Wonderland kit and I took my ink colors from that....Twilight and Chocolate!

The center layer is also cut from the Art Philosophy cartridge and layers over a piece of white cardstock. A Mocha Pearl accents one end and a chocolate ribbon knot the other! Cute and simple! 




This Stamp of the Month: Little Reminder is only available during the month of January. The Wonderland paper kit will retire Jan. 31st so if you want either of these items you need to place your order during the month of January! 

So now it's time to hop along for more ideas! Click here to go to Paige Dolecki's  blog to see what's next! 

Thanks for stopping by. 
Michelle

8 comments:

  1. Cute card! I like your stamped "plaid." Happy 2012!

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  2. I absolutely love how you created the plaid. I would never have thought of that. I also like the color combo. Lovely card!

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  3. It took me a minute as I was admiring the colors in your card and the background plaid to realize that you made your own B&T with the lines. LOVE IT!!!!

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  4. Cute! I thought the top was other patterned paper at first glance. Nice job.

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  5. Love the colors and this card! Love that you made your own stripes with the stamp set! Very cute!

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  6. Love it! Great use of the lines stamps...I never would have thought of that!

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  7. Love the shaped card and how you maid the plaid!

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  8. I didn't notice the plaid effect the first time - the stamp itself was invisible to me as well! Great job!

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