Thursday, October 31, 2013

Illuminate! November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

It's that time again! Time for our monthly blog hop featuring the Stamp of the Month. November has a great stamp set called Illuminate. Hop along with us and you'll find lots of ideas to inspire your creative muse. If you've come from Melinda Everitt's blog, you're on the right track. If you'd like to see a full list of all the hoppers, Click Here.

I've paired up Illuminate with Laughing Lola papers. The background is sponged with Honey, Lagoon, Gypsy and Slate. Very simple, but I love the lantern glow it creates.

On this card I wanted to use more of the lanterns because 
they are just so cute! 
I stamped the candle in Gypsy, put a dab of Almond Glitz Glitter Gel for the flame and sponged a bit of Honey for a glow effect. 

 Take a look at the entire set! These images are so cute and I know you'll be anxious to get your own set now! It's only available Nov. 1-30, 2013. Click here to get yours now!

Now it's time to hop on over and see the creativity of Lucy Kelleher.

Happy Hopping!


  1. I love the 'glow' you added to your card! Awesome!

  2. Nice cards! Really like the "glow" sponging on the first one.

  3. My favourite is the first one, but each card is so different, great job!

  4. Love the artwork in your first one - very inspiring!

  5. The glow on the first card, with the background of mixed inks is fantastic. Your second card is a wonderful card also.

  6. Love your card. As the others have said, the glow is incredible.

  7. Both cards are great, but I especially love the sponging on the first one!

  8. light is the full spectrum on that first card- love it- very creative.

  9. Gorgeous! I love the sponging on the first one!

  10. I love the background colors on the first card! Both are stunning!

  11. Love the background on the first card!


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