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Saturday, December 6, 2014

Le Tour Eiffel

Welcome to our Seasonal Expressions Blog Hop, brought to you by the same ladies who participate in the monthly Stamp-of-the-Month Blog Hop.  On December 1, Close To My Heart released their Seasonal Expressions I booklet as a supplement to their Annual Inspirations catalog.  Seasonal Expressions contains two new paper kits, many new stamp sets, and some great new embellishments.    

If you arrived here from Adeline's Welcome To My Creative Space, you are hopping through our circle of Close To My Heart consultants sharing their projects using some of the new items now available in the Seasonal Expressions I booklet. 

This fabulous Eiffel Tower image is included in the Amour stamp set.  It was stamped using Barn Red ink and combined with some papers from the new Heartstrings kit.  The sentiment is from the A Thing Well Done stamp set which is available exclusively as a Hostess Reward from now through the end of March.  A frame with a bit of corner detail was cut using the Art Philosophy cartridge with a Cricut machine.  One of the new embellishments from the Seasonal Expressions booklet is the White Shimmer Trim which adds a bit of sparkle.  

Please visit Papercrafting with Kelly Janes to continue along our Blog Hop featuring new products in the Seasonal Expressions I booklet. 

All papers and stamps are from Close To My Heart (CTMH).
Sheila Bennett
Close To My Heart Independent Consultant
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  1. What would we do without our Art Philosophy Cartridges? They're so versatile for adding just the little cute touches like your frame, this turned out great

    1. Thank you, Lela. The hard part was deciding which of the many frames that I wanted to use. :)

  2. One of my favorite stamp sets in the book. Great card!

    1. Thanks Addy. I really like the Eiffel Tower stamp. :)

  3. Nice card! I love the die-cut that you used for the sentiment.

    1. Thank you, Donna. Deciding which frame to use was the difficult part of the project. lol


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