Tuesday, May 31, 2011

June 2011 CTMH Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Time for the June Stamp of the Month Blog Hop.  If you just arrived from {Lisa's} blog, you are on the right path.  This month there are over 50 Close To My Heart consultants participating in our round-robin blog hop.  We are featuring the June 2011 Stamp of the Month Jubilation, a set of 24 stamps.

It is PCS season (that means "Permanent Change of Station", or moving season for all of you non-military types), so that means several of my friends will be moving in the next few weeks.  I used the stamp of the month to make a few "good luck" cards.  These cards were made using the pattern for card 1 of the greetings card workshop in the book Wishes by Jeanette Lynton.  Two sheets of cardstock and one sheet of B&T paper give you all the pieces you need to make 16 cards.   This stamp set is perfect with the greetings card workshop, because you can make a bunch of cards for a variety of occasions faster, simpler, and easier.  Three pieces of paper and one stamp set!  I LOVE easy!

Papers: CTMH Sweet Leaf and Juniper cardstock, CTMH Creative Basics Wings
Inks: CTMH
Cocoa, Juniper, and Sweet Leaf
Tools and Techniques: Wishes, Direct-to-paper ink distressing, sponging, 3-D Mounting Foam
Stamp Set: Piece of Cake

Remember, Jubilation is only available June 1-30, 2011.  Contact your Close To My Heart consultant, or click here, to order one for yourself.

Now hop on over to {Georgia's} blog to experience her Jubilation!

If you find any broken links along the way, Helen has the complete list of hoppers here.


Elizabeth said...

Beautiful! I love the paper you used.

Helen Onulak said...

Lovely card for your friends. Good luck to all who have to move!

Tamytha said...

Cute cards. Seems like a lot of us used the Wishes book. Great minds think alike, I guess. LOL

Melinda said...

Love the papers with the shamrock!

Haley D. said...

Your cards should definitely bring your friends some good luck!

John and Shannon Beck said...

Very nice! I love your layout of the card.

Krista Ritskes said...