Friday, November 1, 2019

Stamp of the Month Blog Hop: Family Time

Welcome to the November Close To My Heart stamp of the month blog hop featuring Family Time!  (If you're already hopping, then you've probably arrived from the creative Miss Carrie's blog.  From here, you'll visit Kristine next.)
For my card, I was challenged to use the Holly Jolly collection, but I'm not quite ready for Christmas!  I decided to focus on the blues and greens, so I stamped "Grateful" in new Green Apple ink, "for you" in Clover, and the flower and arrows in Glacier.  Adding the neutral Toffee lined petals and spray plus the Espresso flower center helped ground the entire card.  (I'd like to try this card again using Clover for "Grateful" and Candy Apple for the "for you" sentiment.  I'll post if I do!)

Adding the gold and white ribbon, gold shimmer gems, and Holly Jolly Dots finished off the card nicely (in my opinion).  I'm really glad that I added the ribbon.

This stamp set provides so many opportunities for crafting projects!  Please leave a comment before continuing the hop at Kristine's blog for more great ideas.
{Click HERE for all the hop participants and their blogs.}

9 comments:

  1. So very cute - great use of a large word on a card.

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  2. Oh, this is cute! Love the colors and yes the green dots with the gold one is rally nice!

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  3. I love the blues and greens and cannot believe that this came from our Christmas paper! Beautiful card.

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  4. Lovely I am not ready for Christmas either!!

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  5. Oh I love the blue and green together!

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  6. Loving these color choices with the gold accents. Thank you for joining the SOTM hop. I can’t wait to see what you create next!💙☕ Miss. Carrie

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  7. Love the colors you chose...shows a different aspect to this set!

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  8. Love it! Your color choices are great!

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