Saturday, July 31, 2010

August Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to our Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We will be featuring August's SOTM, which is "Something Splendid", a set of 13 stamps.



If you have come here from Amy's blog, you are on the right path! Be sure to complete the entire circle. You won't want to miss any of the beautiful projects.  If you find any broken links you can refer to my previous post.



This month we have over 60 Close To My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using this month's SOTM and other great CTMH products on their blogs. This 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!






This card was made using a clear scalloped circle card as the base.  The front image was stamped using white acrylic paint. The insert, which is like a card within the card; was stamped in Watermelon and Sunny Yellow has the sentiment stamped in it. The bow was attached to the front with a glue dot.

Now "Hop" on over to Teri's blog to see her work! Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their blogs to get some other fun ideas! And remember, this stamp set is only available until August 31st. To order your's click here.

12 comments:

Sheila Bennett said...

Very nice. I like the 'card in a card' and how you layered the flower on top of the clear card.

Lori Miller said...

I like it! Great idea to use the acrylic paint.

Jean M. said...

Wow, love your beautiful card:)

Dawn said...

Lovely card!

Teri Baxter - The Midnight Artist said...

What an amazing card! So creative!

Jenifer said...

Adorable Card!

Kathleen said...

Super creative idea!! Love it!!

Haley D. said...

So pretty! I love how the two parts of the stamp line up perfectly on the card!

Carla said...

Fabulous!! Stamping with paint - - LOVE IT!!

Krista Ritskes said...

Wow, such a neat card, with an added layer. The flower is so subtle, lovely.

Scrappy RN said...

This is awesome. I have clear cards from convention so i now I will have to try this.

Laurie said...

I never would have thought of acrylic paint; what a great idea!