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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Thoughtful Tidings (February SOTM Blog Hop)

Welcome to our Stamp of the Month Blog Hop which features the Thoughtful Tidings stamp set from Close To My Heart.  With a nice variety of 'thank you' sentiments, this stamp set will come in handy all through the year.  Remember, the red lines around some of the images indicate that the shape can be cut using the Art Philosophy cartridge on a Cricut machine. 


If you have come here from Angela's 'Tutton's Treasures' blog, you are on the right path! With almost 60 Close To My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using this month's SOTM and other CTMH products on their blogs, you should be able to find lots of great creative ideas to use for your own projects.  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!


This card may look familiar, there is a very similar one posted in the 'Just A Number - Birthday Card workshop' post.  Actually, I created this 5"x5" card first using the SOTM and liked it so well that I adapted it for the birthday card workshop as a smaller 4"x4" card.  In contrast to many cards, this one has a more masculine look.  An argyle print from the Cruisin paper is used with a sentiment from Thoughtful Tidings and a notched frame cut using the Art Philosophy cartridge.  A piece of Juniper cardstock was embossed using the Cuttlebug Argyle folder to coordinate with the printed paper
 
Now "Hop" on over to Tamytha's 'Paper HeARTIST' blog to see her work!  Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their blogs to get some great crafting inspiration and other fun ideas!  Remember, the Thoughtful Tidings stamp set is only available during the month of February 2012.  The regular price is $17.95, or you can purchase it for only $5 with a minimum order of $50 in other CTMH products.

If you get lost on the Blog Hop or find links that aren't working, there is a complete list of all participating blogs on Kathleen's 'Life's like a Bowl of Stamps' blog.
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9 comments:

  1. Really love your smart idea of using the embossing folder with that fabu argyle paper.

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  2. Love the card and your paper choices! Great job!

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  3. Finally I get to see something with that paper pack Sheila!! Neat how you thought to use the argyle embossing folder with it too.

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