Wednesday, November 1, 2017

November Stamp of the Month Blog Hop: Through the Year

The November stamp of the month, Through the Year, is such a great stamp set!  Be sure to follow this blog hop to get all kinds of creative ideas for how to use this set and stretch your creativity.  (If you're already hopping then you've probably arrived from Brenda's blog.  From here you'll visit Priscilla's blog next.)  My cousin is expecting her first baby next month, so I am making a Cut Above- The Story Begins (Baby Boy) album for her and an Everyday Life album for her mom (my first cousin).  Here are the monthly cards that I've gotten made.  The top 4x6 pieces are for Momma Megan's 12"x12" album, and the bottom 4x3 pieces are for Grandma Debby's album.  Of course each month uses the November stamp of the month, Through the Year, and White Daisy card stock.

December: Beary Christmas paper pack & dots; Cranberry and Black ink; Sap Green and Leaf Green markers


January: Silver & Gold paper pack; Pewter and Glacier ink; Glacier card stock; silver shimmer trim; bitty sparkles

February: Whimsy Fundamentals paper pack, Bashful card stock; Glacier and Bashful ink; Bashful pearls; TECHNIQUE: stamped patterned paper

March: Whimsy Fundamentals paper pack; Sweet Leaf, Canary, and Black ink; Tender Pink, Leaf Green, and Turquoise Blue markers; gold shimmer trim and gold glitter gems; TECHNIQUES: drop shadow and paper piecing


April: Whimsy Fundamentals paper pack; Thistle & Crystal Blue ink; silver shimmer trim
Technique: paper piecing

May: Whimsy Fundamentals paper pack; Canary & Juniper inks; gold marker, waterbrush, and Turquoise Blue marker; gold shimmer trim

June: Whimsy Fundamentals paper pack; CTMH/Cricut Flower Market cartridge; Crystal Blue ink
Technique: paper tearing

July: Adventure Fundamentals paper pack; Sapphire ink; Beary Christmas Dots


The rest of the year is in progress.  I'd love a comment before you hop on to visit Priscilla's blog next!
{Click HERE for all the hop participants and their blogs.}


4 comments:

Brenda Lapp said...

What a fantastic and thoughtful gift. I love that you used a variety of techniques.

Emily said...

I love this idea! Wonderful:)

Jean McNulty said...

What a beautiful gift!

Catherine Nowak said...

How awesome is this! What a fantastic gift! Great job!

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