Tuesday, August 18, 2009

New Card Kit!!!



To celebrate National Stamping Month in September, CTMH has designed a gorgeous new card kit for making 16 cards and are offering it in a multi-faceted Everyday Celebration campaign where there's something for everyone!

You may purchase the Everyday Celebration card kit outright for $39.95 OR get one card kit for FREE with a minimum purchase of $60 in stamp sets or a qualifying home gathering totaling $400. There's also an exciting daily drawing for a FREE card kit. This promotions starts TODAY (8/18) and runs through the end of September (while supplies last).

The Everyday Celebration card kit includes:
1 – My Acrylix® Everyday Celebration Stamp Set (D-size; Exclusive to this kit!)
1– Full Color Step-by-Step Instructional Brochure
16 – 4 1/4” x 5 1/2” Colonial White Card Bases
16 - 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" Colonial White Envelopes
1 – 12” x 12” Dutch Blue Cardstock
1 – 12” x 12” Colonial White Cardstock
4 – 12” x 12” B&T Duos® Paper
1 –Chocolate Distressing Ink
1 –Dutch Blue Distressing Ink
1 –Mini-Medley Accents Shades of Chocolate Collection
1– 5’ Chocolate Ribbon with Colonial White Stitch
1– Foam Squares
1– Sponge

Monday, August 17, 2009

Layer Cake!

Just needed a quick birthday card for a boy and went looking for inspiration using the August Stamp of the Month. I found that inspiration from Jill Hendricks (who said she was inspired by a blog post from Chris Green). Jill posted a slideshow of an amazing assortment of 30+ birthday cards - all using the same layout but different CTMH papers for each card. Bet you didn't know that CTMH has so many different papers, did you?!?! Check it out HERE.

So... here's my card. It's a scraplift for sure... but I like it, so I wanted to post it.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Be Yourself!

I was playing around with leftovers from one of my card workshops and came up with this. It is basically the same card as in this post. I used this sassy girl image from the Be Yourself stamp set because she fit the paper I had already cut for this card perfectly! I stamped the girl in second generation cocoa ink and then stamped her again in sorbet. I cut out her dress from the sorbet image and placed it over the cocoa image... a technique called paper piecing.

Thursday, August 6, 2009