Saturday, August 1, 2015

August Stamp of the Month: Framed

Hi everyone!  Welcome to our August Stamp of the Month blog hop.

If you arrived here from Jennifer Dykstra's blog, you're on the right track.  If you get lost along the way, you can go here to see a complete list of hoppers.
After my success with the last sunburst card project, I decided to try one a bit more advanced.  I won't lie to you:  it was a bit frustrating at first, but I'm SO happy with how it turned out!

I'm so pleased to introduce to you, not only the August Stamp of the Month, but our newest paper pack, Zoe, and our brand-spankin' new Close to My Heart Cricut Cartridge: Artistry which coordinates with this month's Stamp of the Month.

The cuts for this month's stamp of the month are as follows:
Tabbed rectangle at top:  1.75" p.32
Middle diamond:  2" p.13
Bottom label:  1.25" p.11



I'll be posting a tutorial on this sunburst technique next week, so be sure to follow my blog either by email or bloglovin' so you don't miss it!

Your shopping list for this project:

Now, hop on over to Haley Dyer's blog to see what she's created for you!

24 comments:

  1. Love the sunburst. Great way to show lots of patterns.

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  2. Love the sunburst coming out from the center of the card!

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  3. I love the way you showcased the Zoe paper pack in your sunburst card!

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  4. The sunburst technique is a great way to showcase many different patterns in a paper pack - well done!

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  5. Really like this take on the sunburst technique!

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  6. Love your sunburst card! I really like the space you left between the burst pieces.

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  7. Beautiful...I may have to try this!

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    1. Oh, you absolutely should, Jean! It was fun!

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  8. Totally LOVE this card, Terrie! :-)

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  9. Fantastic card! I am looking forward to your tutorial because this is a technique I need to try.

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    1. Thanks, Brenda! I'm sorting out some tripod issues with the tutorial, but I'm hoping to have it up soon!

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