Wednesday, February 29, 2012

SOTM Blog Hop March 2012

This month's featured stamp set is "Potential" S1203.  Now hop on through the hop and check out over 50 consultants and their fabulous talents.
If you are coming here from Carol Horton's Blog you're on the right path.....and if you get lost along the way go to Helen Onulak's Blog for a full list of hoppers.


Products used are CTMH unless otherwise noted......
  • White Daisy Cardstock 
  • Indian Corn Blue Ink
  • Black Ink
  • Indian Corn Blue Cardstock
  • Cricuit Art Philosophy cartridge Z1686
  • March SOTM "Potential" S1203
Late last night, I decided to play around with the set a little more, and came up with this fun easel card and kept going and going with the wow.  More and more and more, is never enough for me.  I just finished this a few minutes ago, scurrying to take pictures and get the post up and going.  Check back later and I'll have a complete list of products and techniques used for this card, promise :)

Now "Hop" on over to Michelle John's Blog and see her work! Have fun hopping. 
More pictures are below.


  1. Very nice! Especially like the blue and white.

  2. Wow! Your easel card is simply over-the-top crazy good! :) I really love the elegance and simplicity of your blue/white/black cards, as well!
    ~doreen at

  3. I like the regal look of the first card and the second design is certainly over-the-top! ( more work than I would tackle :) )

  4. Wow! I like your simple cards, and your easel card is Wow!

  5. That easel card is fantastic. I love it. Going to have to watch your blog to get the instructions.

    1. Yes, I'll post the instruction probably tomorrow evening. Getting ready for a spring card workshop. Check back soon. A hint, the frame was done using a masking technique and a lot of cutting with an x-acto knife!

  6. Wow! I really love the blue and white color combo and beautiful easel card!

  7. WOWZERS!!! That easel card is over the top gorgeous!

  8. WOW!! Those are some pretty amazing easel cards - impressive! I've wandered here as I purchased this SOTM a while back and have never used it. Now I have some great ideas, thanks!


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