Friday, November 01, 2019

Family Time - November SOTM BH

Welcome to the Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! Tonight we have 21 consultants who are showcasing the November Stamp of the Month to show you the many ways you can use this great stamp set. If you are joining me from Brenda Lapp's amazing blog welcome! If you are starting here, welcome! 

Products Used:

- Holly Jolly
- Candy Apple, Clover, and White Daisy card stock

- S1911 Family Time
- M1259 Mini Merry & Bright

- Clover, Candy Apple, Cranberry (retired), and Saffron

Thanks for stopping by my blog today, I welcome any and all feedback. If you would like help with purchasing any of the products mentioned my post today, please contact your local CTMH consultant. If you do not have a CTMH consultant and are in Canada I can absolutely assist you in ordering. If you are in the United States, New Zealand or Australia, I can help you locate a consultant local to you for ordering. 
It is time to "hop" on over to Gina Brandstetter's awesome blog to see what she came up with using Family Time
Until next time, happy crafting!


Brenda Lapp said...

Beautiful card. You made this flower look like a poinsettia. I love your Christmas card.

Wendy Kessler said...

This looks great used on a Christmas card!

Alyson Mayo said...

Love that you used the flowers in Christmas colours. Very pretty card :)

Ronda's Paper Creations said...

A Gorgeous card! Love love love it!

Melinda Everitt said...

I love that you turned the flower into a poinsettia. My mindset was on Fall but this is a beautiful Christmas card.

Lauren said...

What a gorgeous Christmas card!

Gina Brandstetter said...

Nice card!

Cat Nowak said...

Love that you made the flowers work for Christmas!!

Miss. Carrie's Creations said...

I wasn't the only one who saw this as a poinsettia. Lovely card. Thank you for joining the SOTM hop. I can’t wait to see what you create next!💙☕ Miss. Carrie

Karren said...

Super-cute card! That Santa hat is adorable. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Katy said...

LOVE that you showed the flowers as poinsettias!