Thursday, October 31, 2013

Close To My Heart Stamp of the Month Blog Hop - November Illuminate


Welcome to the November Close To My Heart Stamp of the Month Blog Hop.  I am so in love with this stamp set it is my favorite by far in this Idea Book :)  
If you are coming from Alyson's blog you are in the right place!  

This month's stamp set is Illuminate a fabulous collection of lanterns!  You can purchase this set from your CTMH consultant or off my website from November 1st through November 30th  for $17.95 or you can place an order of $50 with your CTMH consultant or on my website and get this set for $5! 
I created this Triple layer card with this stamp set

I took one of our super durable page protectors and cut it down to 3 x 4.  On the top layer I put the red bow from the Yultide stamp set.  I also used the new Sparkle & Shine Holiday paper pack (which I love btw LOVE LOVE LOVE)



 Sorry about the horrible chipped nails - gosh you would think I could at least clean them up once in a while.  I'm the kind of girl who paints her nails once a month and when all the polish is chipped clean off I paint them again.  Anyway, The next layer I used the Stayz On ink to stamp the "snowflakes" and added some mini gems. 



The final layer is the cardstock base where I stamped the lantern and final sentiment.  


Wishing you a holiday that sparkles & shines!  Thanks for stopping by :)


Now it is time to hop on over to the talented Gina's blog and see what she created with this stamp set!

 
Elizabeth

Elizabeth Mindemann alwaysdeeper@hotmail.com www.ejoym.blogspot.com
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13 comments:

  1. I really like your card idea but I am having a hard time trying to wrap my head around how you actually created this card.

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  2. I took the cut 3x4 pieces of our page protectors and the laid one on top of the other - then I did each layer and attached them both to a 4x5 1/2 piece of cardstock and used washi tape and adhesive to paste them down at the top. I'll try to get a video but I've been having issues with my recorder :(

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  3. Aren't you a fancy gal? :) Love it!! thanks so much for sharing your creativeness!!!!

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  4. That is a fun interactive card....really like, and will be watching for that video.

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  5. What an incredible card! Thank you for telling us how you did it as well.

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  6. stunning, and I bet even moreso in person.

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  7. Great idea Elizabeth! This is something unique. If you get that video done, I want to see it. I am going to try on my own to make this.

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  8. Wow, your technique is amazing! Thanks for sharing and inspiring me to think outside the page protector!

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  9. Wow! I love this. Such a cute idea!

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  10. I love acetate cards! This one is really beautiful and inspiring!

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