Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Capture The Date: CTMH Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

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It's another round of Blog Hopping, featuring our CTMH Stamp of the Month!  This month our group of consultants are bringing you artwork created with the super versitile set, Capture the Date. 

If you are on your round trip, you've just come from Judy's Blog.  If not, just sit back and start your hop here with me!

November's SOTM is full of numbers, dates, months...everything you'll need to personalize those special cards or for journaling your precious memories.  Take a look at everything you'll get!

This set is really loaded up with numbers, wouldn't you say? Smiley from  Well, at least numbers that I can understand!

And that's just what I did with my card, load it up with numbers!

Stamps: Capture the Date November 2012 SOTM, Card Chatter-Birthday
Inks: Indian Corn Blue, Cashmere, Champagne, Black
Papers: Indian Corn Blue cardstock, Colonial White cardstock, Champagne cardstock, Black cardstock
Accessories: Black Tulle Ribbon
Tools: Artiste Cricut cartridge, Stipple Tool brush

I used a large block and created my own background stamp using very nearly every number in the stamp set!   Smiley from  The gears (found on page 38 and 39 in the handbook) were cut out at various sizes using the Artiste cartridge.  I used the Black Tulle to give some added texture.  This stamp set didn't have any sentiments, so I used one from the Card Chatter-Birthday stamp set. 

An quick and easy card to put together, the part that took the longest was getting all those numbers on one block!

Well, it's time to move on.  Head on over to Kim's Blog and see what great things are waiting for you down the Hop!

For everyone that is having to deal with Hurricane Sandy, know that the prayers of the country are with you!
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  1. Beautiful card Angela! I'm always a fan of your artwork. THANKS for inspiring me with your creativity! :)

  2. Nice card. Love the "gears" behind the sentiment.

  3. Really pretty. It's like you created your own B&T paper, it looks so natural.

  4. I always love finding masculine cards, and the gears in the background turn an ordinary card into something extra special. Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. Great all the texture!



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