Tuesday, May 31, 2011

June Stamp of the Month Blog Hop with Jubilation

Welcome to our Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We will be featuring June's Stamp of the Month, which is "D1457 Jubilation," a great set of stamps featuring images for many seasonal occasions throughout the year.  This will make a nice addition to your stamp collection with images for Christmas, Halloween, Thanksgiving, 4th of July and several more!

If you have come here from Kami's blog, you are on the right path! When you reach the end of my post you will continue hopping along from the link posted for you.

We have another amazing group of Close To My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using this month's Stamp of the Month and other great Close to My Heart products on their blogs. Hopping along with us is simple to do - just click on the link at the end of the post on each blog to move to the next one! Here we go!

This is my project for our hop, a 4.5" circle card based on the Center Circles pattern from the "Wishes" cardmaking how-to pattern book from Close to My Heart's own Jeanette Lynton:

Project Supplies:
Stamps: D1457 Jubilation, June's Stamp of the Month
Paper: X7137B Lucky Level 2 Paper Packet
Cardstock: Kraft, Outdoor Denim, and White Daisy
Inks:  Crystal Blue, Outdoor Denim, Olive, and Sunset
Embellishments: Sunset striped grosgrain ribbon and Sunset brads from the Z1338 Sorbet Mini-Medley Collection, Twilight brads from Z1363 Blue Brads Assortment and Olive brads from Z1364 Green Brads Assortment, plus Z1377 Kraft Color-Ready Borders (LOVE these---they are self-adhesive too!!!)
Tools: "Wishes" how-to books, Scallop Circle Punch, Circle Punch, Micro-Tip Scissors, Paper Piercer, Spritz, 3-D Foam Tape, and Glue Dots

Don't you just love that cute little flower from this set?

In case you hadn't guessed from my past few Stamp of the Month Blog Hop cards, my favorite addition to the Close to My Heart line of great products in the Spring/Summer Idea Book is the Kraft products, with the Color-Ready Borders at the top of that list.  They add such an easy touch of embellishments to just about anything you are creating.

Here are the stamps you get in your set when you order your own "Jubilation" stamp set:

Now hop on over to Susan's blog to see her lovely addition to our hop. Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their blogs to see some more great artwork!

Please visit my website to order if you would like to order your some fun supplies, including this must-have stamp set, the June Stamp of the Month.  Be sure to take advantage of the campaign for June while you are there:

DURING OUR STUDIO J® FREE-FOR-ALL IN JUNE, WE’RE GIVING EVERYONE a FREE Studio J® JPG file—no purchase required! Simply log on to Studio J, create a layout, then order one JPG file of your layout. It’s as easy as that!

Download and save your file so you can post your layout online, email it to
family and friends, or print them.  If you have a Studio J or a MyCTMH® account, just log in and start creating.  If you don’t have an account, creating one is easy. You can access Studio J through my website:

Discover how quick and simple scrapbooking can be with Studio J—and get
your FREE JPG layout in Free-for-All June!


Closet Stamper said...

Love the round card

Kathleen said...

What a darling round card! I love the arrangement!

Helen Onulak said...

Interesting that as soon as you added the brad to the "sun" type stamp, I see it looks like a quilt block! Nice job!

Nancy said...

What a cute card. Love your combinations.

Tamytha said...

Love what you did with the set. I really like the colors.

Melinda said...

Sweet card! Thanks for the reminder of the Wishes book.

Gina Brandstetter said...

I love your clusters. Your card is adorable!

Debbie said...

Great card, I really like the combination.

John and Shannon Beck said...

I really love the oval cards, but never very good with them.

Krista Ritskes said...

So very cute! I love your card.

Haley D. said...

Pretty card!

Shirley said...

too cute

Annette said...

Great circle card. I, too, love our new Kraft products. Use them on everything it seems. Great job!

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