Friday, October 31, 2014

CTMH-- SOTM Blog Hop


Hi, welcome to the SOTM Blog Hop.  This month we have close to 80 CTMH consultants participating!  If you've come here from Sheila's Blog then you are on the right path.  Should you get lost along the way, then you can find a complete list Here.


The November Stamp set contains 15 pieces.  I was inspired by the cards in the catalog-- I just loved the bouquets!  I changed it up by cutting out a 'Pocket Card' from the new CTMH Artfully Sent Cricut Cartridge.  Pocket cards can be used for project life scrap-booking but people use them to make cards as I did and to embellish their scrapbook page or to make little books.

Well, to me this stamp step screams happy, vibrant colors.  With that in mind, I choose to use CTMH's Confetti's line which is so festive.

I cut out the enjoy pocket card using Thistle card-stock at 5.5 inches.  Next I matted the back in white card stock and stamped the leaves/foliage in olive. 






















Thank you for stopping by my blog.  If you don't have a consultand and would like to order the SOTM for only $5, then please visit my Store

Next up is Michelle.  Please be sure to visit her Blog and all of the other consultants.
Thanks, Maureen

CTMH Supplies:

Stamps:  November SOTM
Inks:  Canery ; Thistle, Crystal Blue (); Olive (); Pixie
Paper: Confetti
Other:  Thistle; Bling Gems; Artfully Sent Cricut Cartridge




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11 comments:

Michelle Stewart said...

Great use of the card. It makes a perfect mat for the flowers.

Alyson Mayo said...

I love your idea! Great card and the colours are awesome!

centralNYscrapper said...

I love how you used a pocket card from Artfully Sent on your card.

Melinda Everitt said...

Great work and such a springy card!

Maureen said...

Thank you everyone!

Pam said...

So pretty! Love the use of the pocket card!

Michelle Battitori said...

Love your use of the pocket card!

Tina Lovell said...

Love how you used the photo mat from the artbooking cartridge!

Michelle said...

Love your card. It's so cheery and festive. Great use of colors and papers.

Michelle Jones said...

What fun combinations! Love it!

Lauren Moore said...

What a pretty card, I love the slanted look.

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