Wednesday, August 31, 2011

September 2011 Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to our Close To My Heart consultant Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We will be featuring the September SOTM, which is Limited Edition, a set of 21 stamps. If you have come here from {Teresa's} blog, you are on the right path!  If this is your starting point, hop on in and enjoy the fun.  Just click the link at the end of the post to take you to the next blog in our hop.

This is one of many CTMH stamp sets that coordinates with the new Cricut© Art Philosophy Collection, which is exclusive to Close To My Heart and includes the Art Philosophy cartridge, 3 My Acrylix® D-sized stamp sets, and 3 9" X 12" Dimensional Elements (Item number for the collection is Z1686).  I look at this stamp set and had inspiration for book marks, gift tags, and the project that I made, magnets.


I stamped the images on cardstock, and used some of our (now retired) Window Charms.  I simply applied the Window Charms over the stamp image, cut out with my cutting knife and glued a magnet on the back (you can use magnetic sheets, which are usually self adhesive, as well).   Since my barracks room has a metal door, I now have a cute magnet to hang my "don't forget" list (so maybe I'll stop forgetting my coffee, or workout clothes, or mp3 player...) when I leave for work or school.  The other two will go to work for my board; the clock is for anything time-sensitive, and the hand is for my "to do" items.  I love when I get to have something cute and useful at work!

Remember, Limited Edition is only available September 1-30, 2011.  Contact your consultant, or click here, to find out how to get yours.

Now hop on over to {Angel's} blog to see her enchanting creation. 

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

9 comments:

Amy McVey said...

Great job!

Gina Brandstetter said...

AWESOME! A great way to use up some retired product!

Jean M. said...

Awesome magnets..very clever:)

Krista Ritskes said...

What a fabulous idea! I've got a magnetic dry erase board. Might just have to steal your idea.

Sheila Bennett said...

Nice magnets. Great idea!

Haley D. said...

Great magnets!

Judy said...

Great idea! Need to make some of these for my husband! ;)

Helen Onulak said...

Totally cool idea - and what a great gift idea for a student - think high school with lockers! Nice thing is, you don't need a lot of paper to do this, all those odds & ends scraps.

Tamytha said...

Very clever idea! I have TONS (well, maybe not tons) of those epoxy stickers. I may have to pull them out and put them to good use. Thanks for the inspiration.