Tuesday, August 31, 2010

September SOTM Blog Hop

Are you ready for some thrills and chills? The calendar may read September, but it is never too early to start thinking about Halloween! And if you're thinking about Halloween, you'll want to be sure to get your hands on the September Stamp of the Month set.

Welcome to the monthly Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We have lots of talented consultants participating once again. If you have arrived here from Tammy Lea's blog, you are on the right track. If this is your first stop, grab a cup of your favorite witch's brew, sit back and enjoy the spine-tingling inspiration! Simply follow the links provided at the bottom of each post until you arrive back here. If you get lost along you way, or find links not working, head over to Helen's blog for a complete list of hoppers.

This month's set is perfect for some hair-raising fun! Thriller (D1442) is a set of 9 stamps complete with sentiments and hauntingly spooky images!

As I showed you a few days ago on the New Product Blog Hop (see post below), I LOVE the versatility of the new Hooligans My Reflections kit. Who doesn't love those traditional Halloween colors?

This standard sized card (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") uses Hooligans B&T papers. I sanded the edges of the striped paper to give it that distressed, antiqued look. Additional distressing was added using the Direct-to-Paper method of ink distressing - so easy! My favorite touch on this card is the Liquid Glass added to the eye patch.

Well, it's time to hop on over to another talented consultant's haunting grounds to see what she has created to share.Head on over to Shirley's blog, http://momnmescrap.blogspot.com/2010/08/ctmh-september-stamp-of-month-blog-hop.html for more tricks and treats!

Don't forget, Thriller is only available in September...get your set today!

September 1st also marks the live date for the Autumn/Winter Idea Book. Contact me for your copy and be sure to check back here often as I have lots more fun artwork to share with you!


  1. I love the liquid glass on the eye patch!

  2. I really like the distressing on this one - looks like the paper came that way!

  3. Wow, the liquid glass really makes the eye patch "pop"! Great job!

  4. Awesome card. The liquid glass added that perfect touch!

  5. Adding Liquid Glass was a beautiful touch to really make the eye patch look separate from the image, yet, not overpower it. Nice Job!

  6. Love the addition of the liquid glass!

  7. Love the liquid glass for the eye patch!