February SOTM Blog Hop - Cherishing Her
Welcome to our February Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! This month we are featuring Cherishing Her, a set of 23 stamps! This hop is a big circle. If you came from Ramona Temple’s Blog you are on the right track! If you started with me, you will know you finished the hop when you get back to my post! Look for the next blog to hop to at the bottom of my post. If you get lost along the way, you can see all the participants HERE.
Another opportunity to play with my tri-blend markers! I really love these markers! They make blending so easy! I used the green shaded watercolor paper from the Mix In Paper pack along with the grid paper from the same pack. Yes, I did fussy cut the flowers but it was not that bad to cut and it does give it a nice layered look too. Instead of coloring the ribbon that ties the flowers, I used the Silver Stickles. (any opportunity to add stickles is always fun!)
Here is everything I used for this card. The * means this is a new product!
White Cards & Envelopes - X254
*Mix In Paper Pack- X9011
Black Cardstock - X6047
Intense Black Ink - Z4189
Silver Embellishing Thread - Z4213
Silver Glitter Gems - Z4191
Silver Stickles Glitter Gel - Z3562
Cherish Her will be available all month long in February! You can purchase it for just $5 with a $50 purchase! Contact your consultant for ordering. If you do not have one, you can shop from my website here:
Now it is time to hop over to Kathy Burrow's Blog and see what she has created!
Beautiful coloring on your card!ReplyDelete
Very pretty card and I love the fussy cutting and stickles.ReplyDelete
The stems of the flowers looked so real that I thought you had added real stems! Fantastic coloring and beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I love your bright beautiful bouquet.ReplyDelete
Yeaay! You used the Mix-in paper pack too. Beautiful card Gina! <3ReplyDelete
Lovely! Great job!ReplyDelete
Great use of the mix in papers. Fabulous card.ReplyDelete
Great layering. I particularly like the bit of silver thread behind your bouquet. And you have mad cutting skills! Well done!!ReplyDelete
Oh, Gina...I love EVERYTHING about this card...the softness, the grid paper, the silver embellishing thread, the glitter gems, the stickles!!! LOVE it!ReplyDelete