Thursday, October 1, 2009

October Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to the October Blog Hop. The October Stamp of the Month is Holiday Warmth, available until October 31st thru your CTMH consultant or click here. This month we have split the blog hop into 3 rounds. If you have come here from Brenda's blog, then you are in the right place.

Let's get started.
I have done a couple projects with the Holiday Warmth stamp set. The first one is created from a milk carton tutorial from Becky Roberts.



Supplies used:
CTMH:
Holiday Warmth Stamp Set
Olive, Tulip & White Daisy CS
Fun Flock
White Daisy pigment ink, Olive & Tulip Ink
Heat Gun
White Daisy Organdy & Grosgrain Ribbons
Other:
Punches
Milk carton tutorial
I posted another layout that used Holiday Warmth in September. See that post here.


I have really enjoyed using the snowflakes from the Holiday Warmth stamp set, both with fun flock and on transperancies. Both were heat set with a heat gun.
I hope you have enjoyed my projects using Holiday Warmth. Remember, it's only available thru October 31st.
Head on over to Traci's blog now to continue our hop.
If you get lost along the way, here is the list of blogs for Round 3...

And be sure to check out Rounds 1 & 2 for some great inspiration. All the Rounds can be found on Jena's blog here.

12 comments:

  1. I love these little boxes! Do you have a template you can share or is it one you purchased? Great job!

    Paige

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  2. What a cute little gift this would make!

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  3. Thanks everyone! Paige, I did purchase that template on the blog listed...www.inkingidaho.blogspot.com. Becky Roberts has some fantasic tutorials on her blog and they are well worth the $. These are going to be presents for teachers. My daughter is already "designing" one for Mom to make for her teacher for Halloween. Have a great day!

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  4. Absolutely ADORABLE little milk cartons!

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  5. Cute. What are you putting in them?

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  6. What a darling project - TFS!

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  7. Thanks again everyone! Scrappy RN, I think we are going to put some sweet treats inside. The best part is the bottoms are great and easily open to get the treats out. I appreciate all your comments.

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  8. Love your blog and your art!

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