Friday, May 31, 2013

June 2013 Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to our June Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! If you've hopped over from Sarita Schraeder's blog you're on the right track. There are over 60 consultants sharing ideas this month so be sure to keep hopping along! If you have any problems along the way you can click here for a list of the hoppers and get back on track!

June brings us a very cute Stamp of the Month called A Flowering Bunch. I love the details of the images as it gives you so many options!

Here I've teamed up the little garden-like image and Thanks message with the Later Sk8ter papers. I love the colors! The flowers are colored in with a water pen and ink pads. I added a clear acrylic flower with a green sparkle as an embellishment on the image.



Here's a totally different look from the same stamp set! Just a touch of Sky marker adds some pop to the flowers and paper! Our black button with sparkles and blue gems tie it all together! 


Look at all these beautiful images in this stamp set! It reminds me a lot of stained glass, too. Maybe that will be my next creation!

This set is only available from June 1 - 30, 2013! Click here to shop!


Now it's time to go see more great ideas. Hop on over to 
Elizabeth Mindemann's blog and see what she has created!

Happy Hopping!
Michelle

10 comments:

  1. Love them both - but the first is my fav!

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  2. I really like the use of the clear button. It makes that flower go from nice to WOW

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  3. Both cards are very nice! Really like the different color combos. And love how you added color to the b&t on the second card.

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  4. great use of Later sk8tr paper! the second card is also very pretty. nice coloring on both cards! thanks for the inspiration!
    :) Marie

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  5. I like these cards. Very well put together.

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  6. Love how the little embellishments add so much!

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  7. Such different cards and yet both are so pretty!

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  8. Beautiful cards, thank you for the inspiration.

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