ite during these times. All discounted items ordered as part of the sales count toward earning VIP Bank Credit, and the Stamp of the Month at the discounted price.
|The snowflakes and sentiment on this card were heat embossed with white embossing powder. The snowflakes were stamped on vellum paper and then cut with the thin cuts from Elegant Snowflakes. |
|What's a Christmas card without bling? Even though the paper isn't a traditional Christmas pattern, the Sapphire glitter paper and colored mini sparkles on the flowers made it work. The sparkles were colored with Tri-blend (dark shade) true blue marker. They truly look like little sapphires (my favorite stone) even though it may not show up well here in the photo. Merry Christmas and the top border are die cuts in Sapphire Glitter paper using the Yuletide Borders.|
|The letters on this card are from the Classic Alphabet Thin Cuts. The Sapphire glitter paper adds a lot to this card. Of all the glitter papers, this has to be my favorite color; it is such a rich color.|
|This gate fold card was created using the two different shades of the Blue Belle cardstock and the matching ink. The darker shades of blue were colored in using the True Blue Shade Tri-blend marker.|
|Here's a closer look at one of the sparkles I colored with the True Blue Shades alcohol maker. It is such an easy way to create embellishments to match any project you are working on. The Tri-blend alcohol markers will work on any of the sparkles or white or other light colored enamel embellishments.|
After seeing all the great ideas in this blog hop, you're going to want to visit the new idea book here.
Be sure to visit the other consultants who have joined in this blog hop for lots of new product inspiration. If for some reason you get lost along the way, you can find the entire list of participating consultants on Melinda's blog to get back on track.
|Leaves are stamped on wood grain paper.|
Background paper is Toffee and is scored and sanded.
A little silver embellishing thread was added behind the leaves.
|The best part about these cards is that they can be made |
with scraps you have left over from other projects.
|The sentiments on all these cards are from the October Stamp|
of the month, With All My Love.
After seeing all the great ideas in this blog hop, you're going to want to visit the new idea book here. Be sure to scroll down on the catalog page to find the core products catalog.
October SOTM Blog Hop
With All My Love
|I stamped with CTMH Intense Black Ink and then embossed |
with clear embossing powder. This card was so easy since the sentiments I
chose fit the preprinted white spaces on the PML card perfectly!
|After stamping with Versamark Ink on Sangria cardstock, I embossed the images with |
white embossing powder and then cut them out and used foam tape to raise the images. Finally, I added Bitty Sparkles in a few places to give a bit of shine.
|Two PML cards were used here with the white embossing again. For the centers of the flowers, I used white enamel dots and colored them with a Tri-Blend alcohol marker |
to try to match them to the back mat on the card.
- scrapbooking and card making workshops
- a beautiful paper pack (with or without sticker sheet)
- coordinating stamp sets and card stock
- Picture My Life cards
- wooden embellishments
- There's even a Cricut Bloom with Grace collection available! (Be sure to click on the green Cricut icon at the bottom of your consultant/maker's website.)
You will love the Bloom with Grace paper pack and other products associated with it. They are available through your Close To My Heart consultant/maker. (or visit my website) The products featured here are available only through the life of this idea book which ends October 31st.
After seeing all the great ideas in this blog hop, you're going to want to visit the new idea book here. Be sure to scroll down to the September/October Idea book (although you'll enjoy the year long core catalog as well.)