Tuesday, March 1, 2016

March Stamp of the Month Blog Hop - Sunshine Birdies

Welcome to the 2016 March Stamp of the Month Blog Hop, featuring Sunshine Birdies. a set of 11 stamps. If you've come here from Jean McNulty's blog, you're on the right path. The hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and make your way around. If you get lost along the way, you'll find a complete list of participating consultants on Melinda's blog.

 

This month we have 39 participating consultants and I know you'll find tons of inspiration. Just click on the link at the end of the blog to go to the next post. It's simple!


I was really in the mood to create a simple, monochromatic card. I used Colonial White and Desert Sand and a piece of our Paper Fundamentals in Basic which I sponged to show the emboss resist on the paper.


I cut a small piece of Colonial White Cardstock and the Dot Embossing Folder to create some texture on the card. The scalloped circles were cut with our Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge.


Now, it's time to check out what the talented Traci Godbee has to show you! Be sure to visit all the Consultants' blogs to get some great crafting and other fun ideas! Remember, Sunshine Birdies SOTM is only available until March 31st!  Contact your CTMH Consultant (or click here) to see how you can get this stamp set at a discount!

10 comments:

  1. This is really cute, especially with the partially embossed side. Love the neutral theme with this stamp set.

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  2. Love the neutral colors you used for this card.

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  3. ove how well this works with a limited palette:)

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  4. What a cute and sweet card. Love your choice on natural colors.

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  5. Love the neutral palette - never would have thought to do that.

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  6. great idea using the neutral pallete! It really makes the embossing stand out!

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  7. Love this tonal take on this stamp set! Very eye catching especially with the texture of the dry embossing!

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  8. Fantastic card. The neutral palette is unexpected but a smashing success.

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