Hello and welcome aboard the Australasian Close to My Heart Stamp of the Month Blog Hop. If you have arrived here from Megan’s Blog, Simple and Stunning then you are in the right place. If you landed here by accident, no problem, please join in by following the link at the end of this post.
Today I would like to share with you a range of cards that I have made from the February Stamp of the Month Wild About Love S1402A available exclusively throughout February for $24 or for just $5 when you spend $75.
For this blog hop I felt like one of the designers on Project Runway making a range of cards featuring this stamp set as opposed to one or two cards that I usually do. I love these little foxes and when I had have had some time on my hands in Craft Hutt I have enjoyed fussy cutting out these little critters.
I have used remnants of the January Cloud Nine cardmaking kit as the colours worked really well with the colourful foxes, which I have inked with Sunset ink. I have also used some of the new Timberline papers as well, I love the rustic look of the wood grain paper and it went well with the outdoor theme of the stamp set. Here are the cards separately:
For this card I have used the lovely gold Polka-Dot washi tape, Cloud Nine paper and a dash of the new teal shimmer tape. Very simple but effective.
This card again features paper from the Cloud Nine cardmaking kit as well as the woodgrain from the Timberline paper pack. The teal shimmer tape breaks the two papers nicely. This is actually a single stamp, but I have cut them out separately. Very cute and apt for Valentines Day coming up too.
I love this combination of colours here. I have used the strip from the Timberline paper pack to edge the woodgrain paper and picked up the Lagoon and Chocolate colours for matting the sentiment as well. Very peaceful.
Another card using more papers and strips from the Timberline papers and matched with Lagoon and Chocolate cardstock. I have finished off with some triangle studs which will be available from today.
Finally for this card I used both the Art Philosophy and Artbooking Cricut cartridges to create a scene for the foxes. I have cut three strips of grass and layered them onto the card to make it look like the foxes were walking through the grass. The tree is from the Art Philosphy cartridge and for the trunk I have used the woodgrain paper from the Timberline range to make it look more realistic. The green cardstock is Topiary.
Cardstock – Topiary, White Daisy, Chocolate, Lagoon
Papers – Cloud Nine cardmaking kit, Timberline paper pack
Stamps – Wild About You, Holiday Tags(D1560), Card Chatter – Birthday Wishes (retiring)
Cricut cartridges – Art Philosophy and Artbooking
Wild about Love is only available until 28th February from your CTMH consultant, so if you would like to know more please visit my shop here. I’d love you to leave a comment and a like before heading off to the next stop, Colour Creations with Natalie.
22 thoughts on “CTMH Stamp of the Month: Wild About Love S1402A Australasian Blog Hop”
Lovely cards. I especially like the ones using Timberline!
Thank you Jenny 🙂
You’ve been busy Patricia! They’re very cute.
Thank you 🙂
Timberline works perfectly with this set. Very nice
Thank you Maz 🙂
A lovely collection of cards Patricia. I hate fussy cutting but the micro tip scissors do make it so much easier.
Thank you Mandy – for some reason I seem to do a lot of fussy cutting and I enjoy it, especially with these new CTMH scissors. 🙂
These are great Patricia, love the way you have used the stamps.
Thank you Marianne 🙂
Such fun cards, very creative.
Thank you Michelle. 🙂
Beautiful work as always Patricia. 🙂
Thanks Jenny 🙂
So adorable and crafty Patricia. You are the queen of cards hon! Thanks for sharing. 😀 *hugs*
Thank you for the visit and the kind comments Sonel 🙂 xxx
I love all your Cricut cutting – especially that tree! So appropriate for foxes.
Thanks Jo – I don’t know what I would do without my Cricut now. 🙂
Great cards Patricia. BTW, I found your blog via CTMH Consultants Blog Challenge and Support Group.
Thank you Angelina. I am now following your blog too 🙂 I love these support groups as you can get lots of different ideas and support. 🙂
Now these are really great Patricia, such unique and fun designs hun. 🙂 xx
Thanks Amanda. I had a lot of fun with this stamp set. It is so versatile. 🙂 xxx