Tuesday, January 31, 2012

February SOTM: Thoughtful Tidings

February 1st brings so many new things our way...a new Idea Book with amazing new goodies on each and every page and a brand new Stamp of the Month set!

Welcome to the February Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! If you have arrived here from Susan's blog, you are on the right track. If this is your first stop, grab a cup of your favorite beverage, get cozy and be prepared to be inspired by our talented CTMH consultants! To complete the hop, simply follow the links that will be provided at the end of each post until you return here. If you get lost along the way or find links not working, you can find a complete list of hoppers at Kathleen's blog.

I fell in love with the February Stamp of the Month as soon as I saw it! The bold, graphic sentiments in the Thoughtful Tidings (S1202) are perfect for cards and little gifties, but several of the images can be used beautifully on scrapbook pages too. As an added bonus, over half of the images fit perfectly on shapes you can cut with the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge!

For this card I used the brand new Lucy My Reflections kit...so soft and pretty, Lucy is perfect for those girly-girl projects or anything that needs to scream SPRING is HERE!

I used my handy corner rounder to make the scalloped border pieces. After seeing Baker's Twine EVERYWHERE online lately, I was over the moon to see it in our Idea Book in 2 gorgeous collections perfectly matched to our color palette - LOVE it!

Time to hop along now! Check out my friend fancyMelissa's blog to see what masterpiece she has created to share.

Remember, the Thoughtful Tidings set is only available through February 29th (and extra day this year). It is $17.95 or just $5 with a $50 order. Head over to my CTMH website to order yours today!


  1. That pink looks so springy. I love it!

  2. The more I see this paper, the more I like it! love this card Beth and I love that you pulled the yellow out for the sentiment!

  3. Loving the Bakers Twine....Pretty, pretty card!

  4. Very pretty card Beth, love that you used Lucy and the Baker's Twine!