Tuesday, September 1, 2015

September Stamp of the Month - Paper Garden


Welcome to the September Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! This month we are featuring Paper Garden, a set of 10 stamps! If you have come here from Jeanie Burch's Blog, you are on the right path! The blog hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and work your way around. If you get lost along the way, you'll find the complete list of participating consultant's HERE.




For my card I used THREE of our newest colors in the Enchantment Color Pallette - Saffron, Fern and Poppy.  I really love the combo of Poppy and Fern.  To create the different colors on my stamp, I sponged each color on with a sponge dauber.  I used the new Fern Twine to tie it all together.  The sentiment is from one of the new stamps in Annual Inspirations - Sending Love (B1504).

This stamp is just $5 when you spend $50 in Close to My Heart products during the month of September! If you don't already have a consultant, shop my website at www.stampinheaven.ctmh.com

Now it is time to hop over to Michelle Loncar's blog and see what she has created!

20 comments :

  1. Gorgeous card! I love the color combo. Very pretty.

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  2. Those are really pretty colors together and I love seeing that caged background stamp being used. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. This is beautiful - so soft and pretty. Gorgeous :)

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  4. Love the color combo look great with the stamps

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  5. So lovely Gina!! What a great card!! :)

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  6. Beautiful- love the way you sponges the colors on the stamp.

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  7. I love the sponge technique - this turned out beautifully!

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  8. Very pretty card. The fern twine and the netting stamp add just the right touch to bring it all together.

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  9. Gorgeous card. The sponging really looks fantastic.

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  10. Loved this card and now I see how very difficult it is to sponge different colors on a stamp like this...not only to see on the stamp itself where things are (stems, leaves, flowers etc) and to sponge on color without over-lapping. Really expert creation!

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  11. Stunning card and beautiful way to to ink it up!
    Kim

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  12. Very nice card. Really like how you incorporated the "chicken wire" stamp image.

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