Sunday, September 30, 2012

October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to our October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! I hope you're in the mood for a little holiday feeling because this stamp set will do that for you! 

If you've come from Jen Patrick's blog then you're on the right path. It's one big circle with over 50 consultants sharing creative ideas for the A Very Merry Christmas set



Here is a card I made in two versions. Both were made the same way but with different color pallettes. My favorite is the cool tone in Slate, but I know a lot of you will also like the warm tone in Cocoa!

The colors used are Slate and Whisper (Cocoa & Champagne). The ornaments were cut from the Cricut Artiste cartridge then stamped in pigment in and heat embossed with Clear Detail Embossing Powder. 3-D Foam was used to pop the ornament layer. The dotted background was made with the Cuttlebug. You can see a touch of ribbon and bling at the top of each ornament but there is also some tiny sparkles on the middle of the ornament as well. They just don't show up very well in the photo. All products (except the Cuttlebug) are available on my website!

Here's what the entire set looks like:
Lots of really great images! It's only available Oct 1-31, 2012! Click here to get yours now!

Time to keep hopping along for more ideas. Next up is Carla Ironside's blog. Hop on over to see more great ideas!


Happy Hopping!
Michelle

13 comments:

  1. They are both beautiful, but I LOVE the slate card!

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  2. Love your cards- I may have to lift!!

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  3. Looks great in both colors! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I love the contrast but I too love the slate card!

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  5. The slate card is especially stunning! Wonderful idea!

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  6. Such pretty cards! I love the Slate color!

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  7. Beautiful!! Love how you attached the ornament to your card without a string attached :) TFS!!

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  8. Love the card in slate- what a great idea!

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  9. Beautiful cards, thank you for the inspiration.

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