I spent the better part of my day putting together a layout for the Stamp of the Month swap coming up on May 1st and ordering pictures from Studio J to go on that layout along with planning a birthday layout for Miss B and ordering pictures for that I am about to go cross eyed from looking at pictures on the computer, but then I got a phone call that I hadn’t posted a card today which made the guilt set in.
You’d think the caller thought I was hitting the coconut tequila or something! It really does make a yummy drink and since I was thinking about the beach…
Since the Seaside Scrapbook Workshop On the Go was within reach I decided I could whip out one little card and I think I even got everything straight, LOL!
This is just a 4.75 X 3 inch card, perfect to stick on a package for a summer birthday or maybe to write some romantic note in to my DH for a fantastic weekend at the beach and how much I appreciate him.
I matched the ink to the paper, Pear, Smoothie and Desert Sand tied on a piece of hemp and stuck on some Aqua Dots. Card done and posted to blog…now onto that Coconut Tequila!
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Welcome to the “You’re the Bomb” Blog Hop! We are featuring Close to My Heart’s “You’re The Bomb” My Acrylix Stamp Set. If you have come here from Donna Digby’s Blog, you are on the right path! The blog hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and work your way all around.
We are the consultants that bring you the monthly Close to My Heart Stamp of the Month Hop and this time we have 20 consultants bringing you fabulous ideas to use with “You’re the Bomb”. This stamp set is a special stamp set for Operation Smile and $3.00 from each set sold will be donated to Operation Smile by Close to My Heart. Blog Hopping is simple to do – just click on the link at the end of the post on each blog to move to the next one!
Here we go!
I LOVE this stamp set…I’ve used it for scrapbooking and card making!
I had two ideas running around in my head…my first card was inspired by this one I saw on Pinterest.
I started by running the Kraft Cardstock through the Big Shot with the new Arrow Embossing Folder I then cut my circles and heart from the Retired Free to Be Me B & T (gotta use up this stash that’s out of control). I then stamped the bomb and colored it in with Shinhan markers. I used the thin foam tape to pop up both the heart and the sentiment.
For my second card I wanted something completely different. This is a small card just 3 X 4.75. I started by stamping all of the words randomly in Whisper Ink on a 3 X 3 piece of White Daisy cardstock which I then layered onto a piece of Slate from the Basics Paper Fundamentals. I had a scrap of Lagoon cardstock close at hand so I decided it would be my accent color (I think I want a wall this color), I haven’t used the Cuddly Salutations Stamp set much, but thought the cute bird with the thanks bubble would be a fun addition. I used thin 3D Foam Tape just under the bubble to get a little dimension.
For the inside I started by just stamping the sentiment, but it looked too plain so I cut a quick circle from the cricut and stamped YOU’RE in Slate Ink and placed a little flag under it cut from the last of my lagoon scrap.
You can also see some of my additional artwork here and here.
Now “Hop” on over to Gina Brandstetter’s Blog to see her work! Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their Blogs to get some great crafting ideas and other fun ideas! Remember, this stamp is only available through the end of March you can place your order for it here or contact your Close to My Heart Consultant.
Thanks for stopping by our very mini hop where we are showcasing cards made from the wonderful Close to Heart Originals Card Confidence Program. This month our featured card is the Heart Tag found on page 126. I decided to make this sweet little card just as it is featured in the book but swapping the location of the B & T paper to the bottom half of the card.
I love small cards that pack a big punch and this one at 4 3/4 X 3 is perfect to slip into a computer bag or backpack to remind someone you love them. My card features the Laughing Lola papers which is one of my favorites from the Autumn/Winter idea book. I added some white stitch lines with our chalk marker and tied it up my heart with some pretty black ribbon. For a list of the items I used on this card and a link to purchase them please scroll to the bottom of the post.
Now hop on over to Betsy and Mary’s blog and see what they’ve done with this cute little sketch.
ITEMS USED TO CREATE THIS CARD
9036 Originals Card Confidence Program (Soft Cover)
X7170B Laughing Lola Paper Packet
Z1767 Chalk Marker
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