Friday, January 1, 2016

January 2016 Stamp of the Month Blog Hop ~ Beloved Bouquet

It's time for a new Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!
To start out the New Year we have a beautiful stamp set called Beloved Bouquet!
If you've hopped over from Terrie Shortsleeve's blog  you're on the right track. Just keep clicking the links to continue on the blog hop.

I paired Beloved Bouquet with paper from La Vie En Rose. I love the papers and they are SO versatile! For the flowers I used a technique called Stamp Rolling. I inked the stamp in Pixie ink, stamped on scrap paper. Then without cleaning the stamp I rolled the edges on Pixie ink and stamped on White Daisy cardstock. This gives a two tone effect and adds a lot of detail to the image.

Beloved Bouquet is only available from Jan 1-31, 2016. Click here to see how you can get yours at a huge discount!







All products are Close To My Heart: (click for image)
--Beloved Bouquet (available Jan. 1-31, 2016 only)
--La Vie En Rose paper pack
--Ink: Pixie, Black, Slate


Now it's time to hop over to see the treats on Carol Taggio's blog

Click here for a list of participating consultants.

Thanks for hopping by!
Michelle

18 comments:

  1. I love how you added that silver foil stripe!

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  2. Ooohh! Pretty! Love how the roses from the paper peeks out.

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    1. Love the foil tape too! Thanks, Terrie.

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  4. Michelle, I love the silver foil striped banner! Really cool idea. Thanks for inspiring me today!
    :) Marie

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  5. I love all fo the colours you have used. It really Pops !

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  6. Such a bold floral card, great job!

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  7. I really like the silver foil banner. You card is very pretty.

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    1. Thanks, Catherine. The foil really works well with so many projects.

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  9. Great card, the silver foil really adds flair to the card.

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  10. Wow. I love the silver foil on the banner and the stamping right on the floral papers.

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