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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

December CTMH Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to the December Stamp of the Month Blog Hop. If you arrived here from Debra Van Patten's blog, you're in the hop. Keep hopping and you will eventually get back there.

December's Stamp of the Month "Amore" is a lovely stamp set with lacy hearts and sweet phrases. It immediately makes me think of Valentine's Day, so that is what I made for this hop.

I made a very simple card for my hubby (don't tell him). I cut the card out using the edge of a spellbinders label die on one side only. To do this, I had to slide the card into the die so only one edge was under the cut edge.

I stamped the large heart in Sky ink and then used Pacifica in the Rock and Roll technique. To do that, you roll the darker color ink onto the edges of the stamp. Since the stamp is clear, you can line it up with the original image and stamp right over it. I also stamped the word Love in Pacifica ink.

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For the inside of the card, I stamped the sentiment in Sky and then overstamped the same image using the rock and roll technique in Pacifica. The adorable heart border was stamped in Pacifica ink.

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Now, hop on over to Sarita Schraeder's blog and see what she has created for you.

9 comments:

  1. I like how you used the rock & roll technique.

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  2. The card shape is very stunning with the wreath stamp! Nice use of colors.

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  3. I just got that Spellbinders die set. What a clever way to use it. Thanks for the great idea!

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  4. Beautiful. Love the shape you made.

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  5. I'm really liking the blue. Pretty card.

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  6. It's looks lovely! Rock and Roll is one of my favourite techniques!

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  7. I love the way you edged your card! I also love the simplicity! It makes for a gorgeous card!!

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