Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Stamp of the Month Blog Hop October 2015 "Twinkle"


Hi everyone....thanks for stopping by!  I'm so excited to be participating in the SOTM Blog hop....it's been way to long and I've really missed that special connection we all have with one another :) I can honestly say...I'm unsure where the month of September went...but I'm so welcoming October and some cooler weather for sure.  If you're coming here from Jen Armstrong's Blog you're on the right path...yeah!  October's stamp set is titled "Twinkle" as a reminder that Christmas is right around the corner...and the perfect time to start creating those special gifts for all those wonderful people in your life.  

Here is an up close picture of the stamp set....

I decided to make this cute box that can be used for almost anything and is perfect for those quick gifts at the holiday season.  I'm going to complete the project with gift tags...I'd love to keep it for myself...but I'll share :)

Supplies used are all CTMH unless noted:
White Pines Paper Packet X7200B
White Pines WOTG stamp set D1678/G1098
White Pines Complements X7200C
White Pines Assortment Z3077
Red Emerald Gems Z3090
Fern Think Twine Z3093
Cricut Artistry Cartridge Z3170
Fern Ink Z2650
Cashmere Ink Z2175
Ruby Ink Z2170
Black Ink Z2105 
Kraft cardstock Z1375
Fern cardstock X5777
Colonial White cardstock 1388
Cranberry cardstock 1272
**Non CTMH:  Kraft Book Box and Clear Glitter Pen**
Here a just a few extra pics...I hope you enjoyed your visit...
I loved creating the background paper using the second generation stamping technique.
 The "Trim the Tree" image is a velum overlay added to colonial white cardstock by using a few drops of liquid glass.
Now hop on over to Donna Bigsby's Blog and check out her amazing art! Thanks for stopping by and stay inky my friends. 

10 comments:

  1. This is such a great idea for gift giving- it looks so inviting and beautiful!

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  2. Great project! Love all the layering of the compliments with the embellishments.

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  3. What a cute little book box. I love the layers on your "Merry Everything" cricut cut. And all your little embellishments really make this box. I'd have a hard time giving something so cute away.

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  4. Glad your back! Great project.

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  5. Great box for gift tags. I love how you embellished it.

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  6. This is just BEAUTIFUL! What a neat way to store tags and such for the holidays. It can even go onto a bookshelf! Love it - very creative!

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