Saturday, October 1, 2016

October SOTM Blog Hop - Yuletide Joy

Welcome to the October SOTM Blog Hop, featuring Yuletide Joy, a set of seven holiday themed stamps. You'll see artwork from 37 talented consultants who can't wait to spread some Yuletide Joy with you!

Thanks for hopping over from Donna Digby's blog.

How much do you love the color of the year, Sea Glass? I'm using it with everything, but am totally obsessed with the Sea Glass and gold color combo. Pair those up with our Oh Deer! paper and you have a winning combo!

Heat embossing is so fun and really details the intricacy of the star. I love adding a little bling to the inside of my card. It just gives it that extra special touch. CTMH's new Thin Cuts are so easy to use with my Cuttlebug and those stars are going to be on everything I create!

Products used (all CTMH):
  • Oh Deer! Paper Pack, X7214B, $9.95
  • Ranger Princess Gold, Z2066, $5.95
  • VersaMark Ink Pad, Z891, $9.95
  • Craft Heater, Z555, $34.95
  • Gold Shimmer Trim, Z1985, $4.95
  • Gold Assortment Sequins, Z2012, $2.95
  • Gold Glitter Paper, Z3238, $5.95
  • Cocoa Stamp Pad, Z2814, $7.95
  • Stars Thin Cuts, Z3261, $14.95
  • SOTM Yuletide Joy, S1610, $5
  • Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge
Make sure you head over to Wendy Coffman's blog to see what she's come up with. Get your own Yuletide Joy stamp set for $5 with any qualifying $50 purchase. And, don't forget it's only available until October 31, 2016 from your Independent Consultant or here.


  1. Love your colors! The Seaglass is beautiful!

  2. So Seaglass with the gold embossing.

  3. Beautiful card! Love how you added the star on the inside of the card.

  4. Beautiful card! I love sea glass and gold too

  5. Fabulous stars inside and out! Love the Sea glass cardstock.
    :) Marie

  6. The heat embossing adds a perfect finishing touch to this card- gorgeous work!

  7. So thankful I have one of these in person ;)....LOVE it! ;)

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    1. So funny that's how you saw it, Janice. Since the gold and sea glass colors were my focus, I made sure the prominent gold deer is not upside down. But, that's just how the paper works!