Wednesday, August 31, 2011

September Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to he September Stamp of the Month (SOTM) Blog Hop! This month's stamp set is Limited Edition and contains 21 stamps!


If you came here from Dawn Ross' Blog you are on the right track. If you would like to see a complete list of SOTM bloggers click here. There are over sixty consultants who have projects to share with you for September.

Here is my project:

Here is a detail shot of the left side:












Here is a detail shot of the right side:

I used the Art Philosophy to create the cards and also to create pillbox packets which were 1/4 " larger than the 3 1/2" card.  I then cut out the ends on the front to create a sleeve for each pull out card.  I saved the cut outs and made a half flower with a fall feel for an embellishment.  The paperpack I used was Dreamin'.

Contact your consultant to learn more about our Stamp of the Month program.

Please keep hopping with Cindy Leek!








10 comments:

  1. Great layout! I love the tags that you made for out of this stamp set and the art philosophy.

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  2. i figured that trick with the tags too. i still need to post it on my blog.

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  3. Very clever..I love your layout:)

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  4. Great use of the stamp set! :o)

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  5. Thanks for the little tutorial on how you created your tags (and pockets). I've seen this a few times already and couldn't figure out how people were doing it. I'm new to Cricut Land. Your layout is fabulous! Love Dreamin'. :)

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  6. Wow! I really like your layout! Great use of the tags.

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  7. Love this. I like how you used the envelopes with the set. Great job!!

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  8. The tag pocket/pullout/pillbox idea is great! Love how you re-purposed the cutouts to make a flower --- so many ideas are spinning in my head. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  9. Love that you used the Cricut envelopes with the tag stamp and how you created the flowers...very creative.

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