Sunday, January 31, 2010

February Stamp of the Month Blog Hop -- "Piece of Cake"

Welcome to our Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!  This month we are featuring February's Stamp of the Month "Piece of Cake."

If you have come here from Traci's blog, then you are on the right path!  This blog hop is so simple to do - just click on the link at the end of the post to go to the next blog.  If you visit all the blogs you will over 60 pieces of artwork! 

My card that I made for this hop is from the Wishes book and the pattern is: Center Circles on page 117.  This is a 4 1/2 Circle Card.  I used some paper from the Caboodle paper pack.  I love this paper!!  I also used Crystal blue, Buttercup and Sorbet Cardstock.  I colored in the cupcakes and serving plate with Crystal Blue, Sorbet, Creme Brulee and Sweet Leaf markers.  I stamped the "Make a Wish" in Crystal Blue ink.  I used Crystal Blue Waxy Flax to make a flower on the blue circle.  I also used Bitty Sparkles on the cupcakes and Sweet Leaf stitched ribbon. 

This stamp of the month is a must have..the ideas are endless with the different cakes.



Now hop on over to Beth's Blog to see her work!
In case you get lost or a link isn't working click here to go to Jena's blog for a list.

Here's some additional cards that I made using the Topstitch Paper Pack:
Pattern: Winning Combination from the Originals Book

Pattern: Pretty Simple from the Originals Card Book


Pattern: Puzzle Backdrop from the Originals Book.

Happy Hoppin'

12 comments:

Dawn said...

Wow! What a really fun card!

Helen Onulak said...

Fun color combination and I love your waxy flax stitched flower. Great job!

Traci Godbee said...

cute card!

Krista Ritskes said...

Nice job. I love your flower.

Melissa Laverty said...

love the sparkles - so fun!
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Lori said...

I adore the circle cards and this just looks perfect!

Carla said...

Cute card - fun colors!

Haley D. said...

Sweet!

Debra said...

Cute cards!

Jen said...

Love the circle cards!!

Shirley said...

great cards

Melissa said...

Love the flower from waxy flax! So creative!