Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy November - Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!


Wow it's November already! I am in shock that there is less than two months until Christmas. Along with the start of November comes a new Stamp of the Month! I love being able to earn stamp sets for reduced prices or even free! If you've arrived here from Jody Gustafson's Blog you're on the right track. If not you can keep going from here because the hop if one long circle.

This months stamp set is called "A Little Thanks". It's a perfect set to add some heartfelt words of thanks on a card or even to a scrapbook layout. I find that I send a large number of Thank You cards each year and this set is a fabulous to help me out with those cards.

I am trying hard to use up scraps and dig into my stash so I can make room for new paper that I "must have". I am so really having fun with the workshop guides that come in the Workshops for each of the new paper packs each new catalog. These kits are a fabulous deal and come with an exclusive stamp set only sold in this workshop, a full embellishment pack of some sort, a level 2 paper pack and a workshop guide. The workshop guide has one how-to exclusive layout and one exclusive card design. I save all of my workshop guide so I can use them with whatever paper I desire. For this month's blog hop I dug through my guides and found one that came with the Grace paper pack I thought would be perfect. I have some Grace scraps left so I went with that paper pack. What I love about the card design is that it's one design that they rotate 90 and 180 degrees to get three different cards! Lots of fun, super easy and all unique!

Now hop over to Traci Godbee's Blog to see what great artwork she's put together this month!

16 comments:

  1. Great color combo. Very different from what I've seen so far.

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  2. I love how you combined this set with the Grace paper!

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  3. Nice cards,lots of variety and love the Grace paper!

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  4. Nice cards. Shows that the sentiments can be used with different themes.

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  5. These cards are just lovely! They're from the WOTG, aren't they?

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  6. Duh, I guess I didn't read carefully. You've already said that. ;)

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  7. The card patterns in the workshop brochures are great! I too love taking the cards and turning them in different directions - totally different looks from the same pattern! Nice job!

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  8. Great cards! Love the use of the Grace papers!

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  9. Great card assortment. You really used this stamp set to it's potential. I miss our Grace papers. So pretty!

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  10. Beautiful cards Kim!! I love all 3!

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  11. love the color combos with Grace!

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