Monday, October 1, 2012

Stamp to the MAX October Blog Hop

Happy October 1st!  Welcome to our Stamp to the MAX blog hop!  We hope you are inspired by our Thanksgiving and Thank You projects. You may have arrived from Stephanie's blog, you may be a regular reader :), or maybe you just stumbled here by accident!  However you found me, I'm glad you're here! I am stop #7 on the blog hop. I created 2 cards for you today.  One is a Thanksgiving card, and the other is a thank you card.  :)

Stampin' Up! demonstrators receive a fabulous magazine every month.  It's chock full of great business tips and wonderful samples!  Both of my cards are CASEs of cards shown in the August Stampin' Success magazine.

















This Thanksgiving card is easy and a great way to use up those DSP scraps we just can't throw away!  :)  Each Orchard Harvest DSP strip is 3" by just under 3/4".  I glued them to a piece of Very Vanilla card stock and then glued that piece to an Early Espresso mat.  The mat is adhered to the Very Vanilla card base with dimensionals.  

This thank you card also uses Orchard Harvest DSP and Wonderfall from the Holiday catalog along with First Edition DSP and Curly Cute from the annual catalog.  

I hope you enjoyed my stop on this month's hop!  For more fabulous ideas, continue on to Maxine's blog.
 
Just in case there are any missing or broken links, you can come back here and find the next stop.



Supplies(all SU!):  Stamps-  Curly Cute, Teeny Tiny Wishes, Wonderfall.  Ink- CAjun Craze, More Mustard, Early Espresso, Soft Suede.  Paper- Very Vanilla, Early Espresso, Cajun Craze, Orchard Harvest DSP, First Edition DSP.  Accessories- Big Shot, Autumn Accents die, Scallop Trim border punch, Early Espresso Baker's twine, Designer Naturals  button, sponge dauber, glue dots, dimensionals.

Thanks for visiting!

 
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3 comments:

Jill St. Angelo, 850-294-7267 said...

Love your cards!

Maxine Conrad said...

2 beautiful cards for us today ! Love them both. Thanks for all you do x

stampinmom said...

Great minds:) the first card is super cute too!