Thursday, May 31, 2012

Life is Tweet Blog Hop....

Welcome to June's SOTM Blog Hop featuring artwork from over 50 Consultants using "Life is Tweet" stamp set! 

Here's how CUTE and TWEET the stamp set is...lol
The images outlined in red can be cut using the A/P Cartridge and CTMH makes it even easier by telling you what size to set your dial to...cool, huh!

If you've come from Allisa's Blog, you're on the right track...just keep hopping 'till you get all the way back around to where you started!
Let's get on to what I decided to do this month...a 8"x3-1/2" card using our die-cut cards.  I also mingled several paper packets together...Stella, Florentine and the Dotty for You paper packet that was a special in May (I hope you had a chance to get your hands on this paper packet 'cause it is CUUUUUTE!!!!)

Here's my card...the pennant is adhered to the card using 3D Foam Tape with no adhesive at the end of the pennant so the die-cut flap can slide in behind it and be kept closed...
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Here's a close up of the bird which I stamped in Cocoa Ink on the card front then paper-pieced her together by stamping her again on two different B&Ts and cut the pieces out that I wanted to use...
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Here's the inside of the card...all decorated up...like I said, there are some images that can be cut using the A/P Cartridge but I was being a little lazy and cut the "Life is Sweet" by hand... 

Thanks for stopping by...don't forget to hop on over to Traci's blog and see what cute thing she's created for you!!!

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9 comments:

Wendy Coffman said...

So tweet! Thanks for sharing!

Elizabeth said...

Sweet! I love these die cut cards :)

Tamra Pope said...

Great card, love the details.

Dawn said...

What a terrific card! Love the color combo and all of the nice details.

Lisa Sargent said...

Very cute!

Allisa said...

Love how you did the two tone paper piecing on your bird!

Haley D. said...

Very tweet! I love how you decorated the inside as beautifully as the outside.

Adeline E. Brill said...

What a terrific idea of mixing up papers... I always have trouble with that. great job!

Kathleen said...

Katy, beautiful job on the card! I hope all went well with the delivery of your baby!!