Sunday, January 31, 2010

February Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to the February Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! If you arrived here from Shelia's Blog, you're on the right track. If this is your starting point, you're in for a real treat! This month we have over 70 consultants sharing their fantastic work with the February Stamp of the Month, Piece of Cake (D1407).

The first card I made is an easel card. The card is 4.25" square. I used the new Veranda paper pack, along with the February Stamp of the Month. On the birthday cake, I used the paper piecing technique for the cake and cake stand. I then colored in the candles with marker. Inks used are Chocolate and Creme Brulee.




The second card I created is a simple birthday card. The recipe is found on page 119 of the Wishes card book. It is the "Gallery" card and is rotated 90 degrees clockwise from the picture in the book.


I love that cards do not need to be elaborate to be cards from the heart! I used Jingle paper, Creme Brulee and Cocoa ink, Jiniper, Tulip, and Creme Brulee markers, and the February Stamp of the Month.

I hope you were inspired on your stop here! Now hop to Jen's Blog to see what beautiful artwork she's created! :)

14 comments:

Lori Miller said...

Nice cards!

Sheila Bennett said...

Really like your easel card, the colors look great and so does the paper pieced cake. :)

Helen Onulak said...

Great minds think alike - I had to play with the Easel Card too! Love your version - great job!

Melissa Laverty said...

Love your cards. So fun!

Krista Ritskes said...

Love your easel card! Great job on both.

Lori said...

I adore the easel cards...your shading on the cake is great also

Carla said...

Great cards!

Nancy said...

Both cards are Beautiful!!!

Haley D. said...

Very sweet!

Lori said...

Love the Jingle papers with this set?

Debra said...

Cute cards!

Jen said...

Great cards! It looks easy to do?

Jayma Malme said...

Great cards. Love how you used the Jingle pack!

Shirley said...

awesome

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