Thursday, April 30, 2015

May Stamp of the Month Blog Hop - Just Sayin'

Welcome to May's Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! This month, we are featuring the stamp set "Just Sayin' - a set of 14 stamps. There is a wide variety of stamps in this set, from shapes to sentiments and frames, leaving the interpretation of what to do with all of them open to many possibilities! The bloggers along this blog hop will show you several ideas, so sit back and enjoy the tour. You should have arrived here from Michelle Jones' blog. If you get lost, a list of all blogs can be found here

The stamp set looks like this.

I chose to use a variety of the stamps in several ways. 
I used the square chevron stamp to create a checkerboard on my card. 
I used the oval frame to create a flowery shape by stamping and layering it three times and placing it in the bottom corner. I topped that with the lined circle. 
The sentiment "anything's possible" was used as my saying but I just cut off the "identifier" point on the stamped image as I really didn't want that on my card. 

I hope you enjoyed my project. The next blog on the hop is Carol Taggio's blog. I'm sure she has something wonderful to share with you! 

You can get this stamp set for just $5 this month with only a $50 purchase. Visit my shopping site here. Remember this stamp set is only available until May 31st! 

Products used are all Close To My Heart

Paper: Chalk it Up Paper Pack, White Daisy Cardstock, Black Cardstock
Stamps: Just Sayin'
Inks: Lagoon, Flaxen, Sorbet, Black
Accessories: Art Philosophy Cartridge, Oceanside Sequins



  1. Sweet, another fun card with the squares, I like it!

  2. Fun and funky! Love the sequins in the scallop holes - nice touch!

  3. Oh my gosh, Alyson, SO CUTE! I love how creative you were with this set. :)

  4. Really cute with the dark background :)

  5. Great card! I love how you used the label stamp to create a flower.

  6. Love how you created a pattern with the stamped square.


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