Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Nov 2012 CTMH - Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to our Stamp of the Month blog hop!  Whether you're starting your journey here, or you hopped over from Mary's Blog, you're right on track.  Just look for the links at the bottom of each post to hop your way through all the fabulous creations.

This month we are featuring S1211 Capture the Date.  This set is perfect if you are part of my calendar group.  It has three different sizes of numbers.  You can use the same numbers for the entire month or highlight a day by using the larger numbers.

On the December calendar page below I used the medium sized numbers.  

Here is the top part of the calendar featuring the Pear and Partridge Paper Pack.   We have had so much fun working on the calendar pages this year that we are going to do them again next year!  Please let me know if you'd like to order kits for next year.

Now it's time to head on over to Traci's Blog to see what she has created.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Owl Card - CTMH Cricut Artiste Cartridge Project

Here's a fun little project from one of the Halloween pages on the Close To My Heart Artiste Cricut Cartridge.

It doesn't look to spooky to me. :-)

Supplies Featured:
  • Clementine Paper pack
  • Ribbon - unknown source
  • Artiste Cricut Collection

Are you ready to buy your own Artiste Cartridge.  You can head over to my website and shop for that and all the other gorgeous Close To My Heart products or click the Buy Now button below.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Paper Cupcakes Artiste Blog Hop

Welcome to the Paper Cupcakes Artiste Blog Hop.  Today we are featuring the Thanksgiving key on the Close To My Heart Cricut Artiste Cartridge.

Whether you're starting your journey here, or you hopped over from Linda Taylor's blog, you're right on track.

I had so much fun playing with the items on this key.  Instead of going with the traditional shades of Thanksgiving, I used the Clementine paper pack and went with some lighter shades.  (Does anyone else think of Holly Hobby when they see this paper? - I know, I'm dating myself. LOL)

Here's a little collection of items I created that could dress up your holiday table.

I also created a video to show you how easy it is to create the 3-d box.  Please let me know what you think!

Now it's time to hop on over to Karen Cullen's blog to see what she has created.