Sunday, November 27, 2016

Cricut Flower Market Blog Hop




The Stamp of the Month Consultants are sharing their creative ideas using the Close To My Heart Flower Market Cricut cartridge. This cartridge is SO versatile and has so much more than just flowers. So let's get into it!

If you're coming from the blog of Sheila Bennett you're doing fine. It's one big circle and you can hop on and off at any point. There is also a link at the end of this post to a list of all the participating consultants.

I decided to go with a technique called the Split Negative. It's really quite easy and looks impressive when done. To get things started I cut snowflakes from page 21 of the Flower Market booklet. You have to cut a full snowflake of each paper so you end up being able to make two cards! Once the snowflakes were cut I lined them up on my Paper Trimmer to cut them in half. Then you make layers alternating the colors so they are opposite. HINT: it is easier to glue with Liquid Glass when layering to get other papers to stick to the glitter paper. I added a few sparkles and stamped the sentiments both inside and out.

If you don't have the Flower Market cartridge yet it would be a fantastic idea for a Christmas or Holiday gift! It would also make the paper crafter on your gift list very, very happy!

GUESS WHAT? We have a special offer for that! CYBER MONDAY starts at 1:00am CST and when you spend $30 on retail-priced product, you can buy one of our Cricut collections at 30% off!!!









All products are Close To My Heart:
--Cricut Flower Market
--Stamps: Very Merry, Merry Christmas
--Specialty Paper: Sea Glass Glitter Paper
--White Cards and Envelopes Value Pack
--Cardstock: Peacock, Sea Glass
--Exclusive Inks: Peacock
--Adhesive: Liquid Glass, E-Z Dots
--Sparkles: Clear, Bitty
--Paper Trimmer

If you need a consultant I'd be happy to help.
If you'd like to BE a consultant I can help with that, too!

Now it's time to hop over to Alyson Mayo's blog for more inspiration.


#closetomyheart  #flowermarket  #cardmaking  #christmascards

Thanks for hopping by.
Michelle

11 comments:

  1. Love your design! Can't wait to try that!

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  2. Thanks, Corinna. It's a lot of fun.

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  3. Great use of the split-negative. I remember when we taught that embossing technique at a CTMH Convention. :)

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    1. Thanks, Sheila! It brought back A LOT of memories!

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  4. I love the colors you used! The Sea Glass glitter paper really pops against the Peacock. I didn't have time to participate in this blog hop but I'm really glad that I stopped by your blog today. Thanks for inspiring me today!
    :) Marie

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    1. Thank you so much Marie! It's a technique I taught at convention a while ago. It's really fun and the color combo's are endless. I love this one, too!

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  5. Love your card! What a great technique, I definitely need to try this.

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