Thursday, January 31, 2013

Home Sweet Home





Welcome to the Close to my Heart, Home Sweet Home, February Stamp of the Month Blog Hop.

If you've come here from Cecilia's  Blog, you are on the right path. If you just happened across my blog, then just keep going from here. The hop goes in one big circle. There are 63 Consultants participating in this Blog Hop. So, grab your favorite drink and sit back and enjoy the journey. We'd love if you also took a little time to leave us all a Sweet comment.

Home Sweet Home is a fun set with Four  Sentiment stamps. As soon as I saw this one stamp, my thoughts went to a Valentine but I changed my mind and made an Anniversary card with it instead.

The design of the card was inspired by a sketch from The Paper Players. Because of the larger sized stamp, I decided to make an Easel Card from the sketch.

All products used are from Close to my Heart except for the Spellbinder dies used for the sentiments.
X7165B - For Always Paper Pack and Ruby Cardstock
Z891 -   VersaMark Ink - 
Z673 -   White Embossing Powder
B1418 - Love Doily
Z1781 - Black Striped Grosgrain Ribbon
Z1821 - Black Assortment of Buttons
Z1701 - Neutral Assortment of Bakers Twine (Black & White Used)
Z1798 - Black Tulle Ribbon
Z1812 - Small Clear Sparkle Flourishes.

Now hop on over to Kathleen's Blog and see what fabulous eye candy she has for you.












10 comments:

Wendy Coffman said...

So pretty - love all the ribbons and textures!

LeAnne said...

Wow, this is bold and sassy! Love it! Thanks so much for playing with my sketch this week!

Jean M. said...

Wow your card is GORGEOUS!!

Nance Leedy said...

This is gorgeous! Love the rich colors and the tulle ribbon is fabulous! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

Kim said...

Nice card! Love the shading you did.

Haley D. said...

Very pretty!

stampwithsandy said...

What a gorgeous card, Nancy! So many beautiful details. Thanks for sharing your creation with The Paper Players!

Lori Miller said...

Lovely card!

Joy said...

GREAT use of this set!

Misty said...

Well done! What a nice use of this set.