Archive for May, 2012

Stamp Sunday #20 – Hero Alphabet

E1022 Hero Alphabet

Supplies used: Paper from my stash, CTMH Superhero Alphabet stamp set, CTMH Chocolate ink, and unknown badge buttons, and CTMH My Legacy Writer Brown Marker (retired).

May 2012 CTMH Spotlight Blog Hop – Metal Accessories

Welcome to the May 2012 Close to My Heart Spotlight Blog Hop!  This month we are Metal Accessories.  Close to My Heart has quite the variety.  Check out all the metal embellishments on page 127 (p.129 if you are looking at the online book) of the 2012 Spring/Summer Idea Book.  These include the Mini-Medleys, Binder Clips, Ribbon Slides, Number Plates, Pin Clips, Filigree Charms, Photo Hangers and Hinges.

This blog hop is a circle so if you are just starting, continue until you make your way back here.  If you are coming from Nikka’s Blog, you are on the right track!

Supplies used: Sweet Home Paper Packet (retired), Sweet Home Stickease (retired), Baker’s Twine Neutral Assortment, and older mini-medley pewter accessories and hinge. My Little Sketch Book sketch.

I used some older product for this layout.  It was good to dig deep into my stash!

Thanks for stopping by!  Your next stop is Adeline’s Blog!

For a list of all the blog hop participants, go to the previous post.


May 2012 CTMH Spotlight Blog Hop – Metal Accessories (List)

Here is the May list of participants:


May 2012 Love Your Layout

In this video, you will learn about toggle accents, re-sizing My Stickease, and distressing using spring colors.

Stamp Sunday #19 – Take a Picture

C1440 Take a Picture

Supplies used are all CTMH unless noted: Take a Picture Stamp Set, Topstitch Paper Packet (retired), Heavenly Blue ink, Baby Pink ink, Chocolate ink, Cocoa Ribbon (retired), Basic Brads Assortment, Designer Pewter Brads, Brown Stazon ink,  and Petaloo Color Me Crazy Flowers.

I thought of this stamp set right away when I pulled out this picture!  It was the perfect match and lots of fun to use with many different options.  I used it for the title, journaling, corners, and embellishing.  My favorite part of this page is the stamping on the flower.  I used the small flourish in the set and it was the perfect touch to the plain flower.