S1809 Just Treats CTMH Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

 

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Welcome to September’s Stamp of the Month Australasian Blog Hop. This is a circular hop. If you arrived from Maz's blog, you are in the right place. Simply read through this post and click on the link to the next blog at the end of it. Keep reading and ‘hopping’ until you find yourself back where you started from. Each blog will showcase a project featuring the Just Treats (S1809) stamp set which is September’s Stamp of the Month.

S1809 Just Treats SOTM is available for purchase during September 2018 from www.shaunnarichards.closetomyheart.com.au

You are going to love this set for your Christmas crafting but I wanted to think outside the box a bit this month and used 3 textural stamps to make my title for this 4th of July layout.

S1809 Just Treats SOTM and More Magical are available for purchase during September 2018 from www.shaunnarichards.closetomyheart.com.au This layout comes from the More Magical Kit available until the end of September. The paper pack may look familiar. It features the same patterns as one we had a while ago but the red and blues have been updated to our newest colours – Bluebird, Carolina and Candy Apple. I quite liked the original pack but these new colours are so much more vibrant and I am delighted with the layouts I’ve made.

S1809 Just Treats SOTM is available for purchase during September 2018 from www.shaunnarichards.closetomyheart.com.au

The title letters were cut from White Daisy cardstock using Block Alphabet Thin Cuts. Then I stamped over them using Candy Apple ink and the striped strip stamp. The ‘th’ came from one of June’s Solo number stamps.

  The title looked a bit lonely so I stamped the cluster of dots repeatedly using White Daisy pigment ink and then added a few pinwheels in Candy Apple to complete the design.

  Super easy and non-christmassy. What do you think? Take a close look at the images on this set and think outside the box. Coffee cups for cappuccinos with the girls, leaves and berries for park photos, lollies for parties and lots for Christmas and Halloween.

  Just Treats (S1809) is only available during September, 2018. Full retail price is $29.50 but you can have this gorgeous set for just $8.25 when accompanied by a $75 order. Place your order with your Close To My Heart Consultant.

  Did you like this layout? I’d love you to leave a comment for me before you click on the underlined link and move on to Wendy’s Blog , Expressions of the Heart, to see the gorgeous project she has designed for you.

  A list of the products used for this project follows. All items are available to purchase from your Close To My Heart Consultant.

  Happy Scrappin’ Shaunna

  Close To My Heart products used in this project S1809 Just Treats CC8181 More Magical Paper Pack Z3189 White & Gold Ribbon Z3314 Black & White Dots X5987 Bluebird Cardstock Z6509 Candy Apple Ink Z2863 White Daisy Pigment Ink Z3386 Block Alphabet Thin Cuts

7 comments

CTMH Stamp of the Month: Just Treats (S1809) Australasian Blog Hop | aMAZing Creations Sep 1, 2018 03:02am
[…] love for you to leave a comment before you head on over to the very talented Shaunna Richards – Passionate About Pages  to get more wonderful ideas on how to use this stamp […]
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Lauren Moore Sep 1, 2018 05:23am
What a great way to use some of the smaller stamps!
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Doris Taylor Sep 1, 2018 06:17am
Great idea to cut out your letters then stamp with the border stamp, the small stamps look terrific on the layout.
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Wow great use of the stamp set on your layout which looks amazing.
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Doreen Watkins Sep 1, 2018 08:34am
Love how you thought "outside the box", Shaunna! That is a great way to jazz up a title! Great layout and story as well!
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I love the simplicity of this page, using the small stamps as background. Thanks for sharing Shaunna. xoxo
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Vandra Stenton Sep 2, 2018 05:53pm
I love the cluster you've created with those smaller stamp. The stripy ABC's look awesome too. so many possibilities for this one stamp set!
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