Welcome to the Storybook Alphabet Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We will be featuring the July Storybook Alphabet stamp set, which is perfect for creating this patriotic Fourth of July card. This acrylic stamp set has all 26 letters of the alphabet in a simple, leafy font and is a must-have for your collection. If you have come here from Michele Rowley’s blog, you are on the right path! When you are finished reading my post, you can click on the link at the end to move to the next blog. This blog hop is designed to allow you to start here and work your way around. It’s simple, fun, and full of ideas.
If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants on Melinda’s Blog: http://ifyoublingit.blogspot.com/p/stamp-of-month-blog-hop-list.html.
During the month of July, I will be creating weekly projects using the Storybook Alphabet stamp set. This week, I used the Art Philosophy Cricut® Cartridge to create a multi-layered Fourth of July card. This Pinterest inspired card could be altered by changing “USA” to a person’s initials or “I♥U”. You could also choose to give this card to active military personnel or a veteran as an appreciation for their service. As always, I’ve included a list of the products used to create this card at the very bottom of this post as well as a Cricut® Design Space link so that you can create this card.
Paper Needed: 11″ x 4¼” Ruby Cardstock, 3½” x 3½” Sapphire Cardstock, 3″ x 3″ Colonial White Cardstock, 2½” x 2″ Ruby Cardstock, 3″ x 2″ White Daisy Cardstock, (2) 1¼” x ½” Sapphire Cardstock, (2) ¾” x ½” Colonical White Cardstock, (2) 1″ x ½” Ruby Cardstock, 2″ x 3″ Silver Glitter Cardstock
1. Using THIS FILE in Cricut® Design Space, cut out all of your images from cardstock. (NOTE: You will need to own the Art Philosophy Cricut® Cartridge to be able to cut out these images. If you do not use Design Space, please email me for measurements.)
2. Using Sapphire Ink, stamp the “U – S – A” onto the center of the Colonial White label.
3. Using the Wood Slats Embossing Folder, dry emboss the 3″ x 3″ Colonial White Cardstock.
4. Using a sponge, apply Dessert Sand Ink to all of the cardstock pieces to create a distressed look. (Do not ink the Silver Glitter Cardstock Stars)
5. Layer the cardstock pieces as shown, using White & Gold Twine to secure the Colonial White Label.
6. If desired, stamp a sentiment inside the card.
You can continue through the blog hop and see more ideas from sixteen other Close To My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using this month’s Storybook Alphabet stamp set and other great Close to My Heart products on their blogs.
Now “Hop” on over to Krista Hershberger’s blog to see her work! Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their Blogs to get some great crafting tips and other fun ideas! Remember, the Storybook Alphabet Acrylic stamp set is available until July 31st! Contact your CTMH Consultant, or visit the Promotions tab my website to see how you can get this stamp set for only $5.00.
6 thoughts on “Storybook Alphabet Blog Hop”
Fantastic card idea! I love it!
Great idea for a patriotic card. and thanks for the link to the file on design space.
You are welcome! 😂
Very nice patriotic card!
Fabulous patriotic card!
Very fun how you used the stamps!