Tuesday, January 1, 2019

January Stamp of the Month Blog Hop - Card Captions


Welcome to the January Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!! This month's stamp is Card Captions. This is very useful stamp set has 19 sentiments and 5 fun icon images!! If you came from Haley Dyer's Blog you are on the right track! The hop is one big circle so when you get back to me you will know you have completed the hop! If you get lost along the way, you can see the entire list of participants HERE.


I thought it would be fun to create some cards with this month's feature paper - Something Fierce.  I used some of my leftover complements on this card and added fun thin cuts.


For the bottom portion of my card I used two strips of the scallop paper and layered each with a piece of matching watercolor B&T paper cut with the Decorative Borders Scallop Thin Cut. I stamped the dots in Sapphire ink across the top of the scallop. I used the "sending you sunshine and rainbows" sentiments just above the dots. I cut 2 sizes of stitched circle thin cuts in the yellow print B&T paper and stamped "Get Well Soon" in Sapphire ink on the smaller circle. Gold Sequins add the finishing touch.

Products Used:
White Cards and Envelopes Value Pack
Something Fierce Paper Pack
Something Fierce Complements
Sapphire Exclusive Ink
Raspberry Exclusive Ink
Thin Cuts - Stitched Circles
Thin Cuts - Decorative Borders
Gold Sequins
3D Foam Tape
Thin Foam Tape

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

13 comments :

  1. I really like that you added the stitched scallops to the printed scallops on the paper. You did a great job. Love it!

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  2. Love all the details of this card - so bright & cheery.

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  3. A very bright & cherry Get Well Card - anyone would love to get when feeling unwell

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  4. Love the scallops and all the other details you used. Great card!

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  5. Love how you used those border thin cuts. Super cute card. <3 Miss. Carrie

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  6. What a great get well card! I love the double boarders.

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  7. Cute little dino! The card should make someone feel better!

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  8. Nothing like a cheerful and happy get well soon card. It's perfect!

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  9. Love this card! Your border pattern is super cute

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