Wednesday, August 31, 2011

September Stamp of the Month "Limited Edition" Blog Hop:

Pin It Welcome to the Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!  If you are new to the hop, here is how it works:  About 60 fellow Close to My Heart consultants all make a piece of art (scrapbook page, card, specialty item, etc) using the Stamp of the Month.  They all include links to eachother's blogs so that anyone can begin on any blog and hop from blog to blog which eventually becomes a big circle. Easy right?!  It is a great way to view many different ideas using one stamp set which is available only that particular month, so don't miss out!  Now let's get started.  You can start here or if you've come here from Paige Dolecki's blog then you are on the right track. 

Here is my card:

Sept. Stamp of the Month: Limited Edition
Backdrop-Charmed Stamp Set (saying)
Mischief Paper Packet
Black Cardstock
Black Waxy Flax
Black Ink Pad
Clear Sparkles
Bling Assortment
Foam Tape
Glue Dots

All supplies can be ordered Here!

  • The tag from the Stamp of the Month was stamped in black onto a piece of Sunset B&T Duos from the Mischief Paper Packet. I used Foam Tape to pop it up on the card.
  • The Bling Button was adhered to the card using Glue Dots
  • The Bling Pins are stuck through the Foam Tape under the tag. It's a great way to keep the pins in place!

Check back for more samples soon! Now hop on over to Doreen Guilfoyle's blog and see what she has in store for you!
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Carla said...

Great card Angela! Love the bling!

Amy McVey said...

Great card! The bling adds the perfect touch.

Jean M. said...

Very elegant it:)

Cindy said...

Great way to use the stamp with Mischief!

Casandra said...

Oh boy! Would never have thought to pair that tag with Mischief! You are brilliant! TFS!

Krista Ritskes said...

Oh, how cute!

Haley D. said...

SPOOK-tacular card!

Diana said...

cool card!!

Helen Onulak said...

Very nice! Love the bling as an unexpected touch on a Halloween card.

Tamytha said...

Especially love the gems and pins. Never thought I would call a Halloween card, pretty. LOL