September Stamp of the Month - Blessed Beyond Measure
Welcome to the September Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! This month we are featuring Blessed Beyond Measure stamp. This set of 19 stamps, which coordinates with the Artbooking cricut cartridge, reminds us how blessed we are! If you have come here from Michele Rowley'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.
I started my card with one of the Picture My Life cards that is included in the Swan Lake Paper Pack. I trimmed the 4x6 card to 4 x 5 1/4 and used this as my base. I strategically covered up the word "hello" with pumpkins and leaves that I cut with the Artbooking Cricut Cartridge.
I added ribbon from the Enchantment Ribbon pack and some green triangles.
Blessed Beyond Measure - September Stamp of the Month
Swan Lake Paper Pack (X7212B)
Goldrush Ink (Z2123)
Fern Ink (Z2650)
Enchantment Ribbon (Z3288)
Artbooking Cricut Cartridge (Z3169)
Enamel & Glitter Duos Green Triangles (Z2123)
Remember! You can get this stamp for just $5 during the month of September when you purchase $50 in Close To My Heart Products!
Now it is time to hop on over to Michelle Loncar's Blog and see what she has created!
Love your card and how you covered the word hello. The texture on the leaves is nice, too!ReplyDelete
Good idea to use the PML card!ReplyDelete
So pretty and lots of interest!ReplyDelete
I wondered how you got the 'shadowed' leaves on your background paper....great idea to use PML card...turned out great!ReplyDelete
Great card! Love the colour palette you used.ReplyDelete
I love how you used different papers for the leaves!ReplyDelete
What a great idea for the PML card!ReplyDelete
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Love your leaves!ReplyDelete
Pretty use of the PML card!ReplyDelete
Great card. Clever use of PML, nice assortment of leaves.ReplyDelete
Great card! I love the pattern leaves.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! I love the background you used and how you strategically covered the word. Clever idea!ReplyDelete