Sunday, August 31, 2014

September Stamp of the Month Blog Hop: Family Is Forever

The September stamp of the month is a great set to commemorate our loved ones.  Family Is Forever has other versatile uses that you'll see on this installment of our monthly stamp of the month blog hop.  (If you're already hopping, then you've probably arrived from Judy's blog and will visit Mary Eisen next.)

My card uses the pretty Pathfinding paper pack.  Now that school is back in session, my thoughts are turning to fall, so it seemed like a great choice for this set.  I began with an Olive card base.  I stamped the pretty tree in Chocolate onto Champagne cardstock.  I then used two strips of the pretty Pathfinding B&T and a strip of Bronze shimmer trim.  I stamped the Sweet Moments sentiment in Glacier onto Colonial White card stock that I cut with the CTMH/Cricut Artiste cartridge.  I wish you could see how pretty that metallic baker's twine is in person!  I did also distress the card stock pieces with Desert Sand and Chocolate ink.

Thanks for stopping in!  Be sure to visit all of the blogs on the hop to get tons of great ideas with the September stamp of the month, Family Is Forever.  If you get lost along the way or find a broken link, come back here and click on the blog hop badge.  Now go see what Mary has created.
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8 comments:

Judy said...

Love this stamp set with this paper pack! Have to get it soon! Thanks for sharing your beautiful card.

Jacquelin Green said...

Such a lovely card! So great to see all the different takes on this SOTM!

Paige Dolecki said...

Very sweet card!

Lauren Moore said...

Love the mix of the tree stamp with the pathfinding papers, very pretty!

Traveling Bells said...

Very creative and cute...I am ready for fall for sure...

Joy said...

You know I'm ready for fall, and I do like this "tallish" card. Can't wait to see these pretties in person.

Joy said...

That was Fallish!

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