Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Rose Blossom Blog Hop: April Stamp of the Month

Welcome Everyone!

It's the 1st of the month and that means the Rose Blossoms are here to share some 
Stamp of the Month fun with you!

You likely hopped here from Lynn who went all out and showed us how it's done 
"Bungalow-Style" .... {I saw a sneak peek!}

Rose Blossom Hops are always traveled in a circle. 
You can hop on anywhere, make 9 hop-stops {comment if so inclined} and end off where you started.
  Small. Simple. Inspiring.
Your Hop Route is located at the bottom of this post in case you get lost.

Okay  ... so here's April's Stamp of the Month
"Typed Note"

As much as I'm determined to focus on scrapbooking this year, I have to admit that this stamp set screams CARDS! TAGS! NOTES! GIFTIES! 
So I went with it and made this card:

This card was inspired by fellow teammate Kristina K. I had the pleasure of spending time with her last weekend at our Team Retreat. {she rocked this stamp set!}

I also used Pattern 25 from our "Make It From Your Heart" Vol 1 How-To Book.
http://margvp.ctmh.com/Retail/Product.aspx?ItemID=6916&ci=76

I cut a slit in the top of the typewriter so that little piece of paper is actually coming up and out of the typewriter.

I used the "Congrats" stamp to create a border around the inside of the card. The envelope is stamped with the "pointing hand" right where I will place the recipient's address.

It was hard to photograph the typewriter keys but you can sort of see how I put small dabs of Liquid Glass on each key to add some dimension and shine. {Kristina K's idea!}

Thanks for Hoppin' On In!
Now, you are off to see what Barb has in store for you .... enjoy!


Your Hop Route:

13 comments:

  1. This is full of vintage-y goodness!!! I love that tip Kristina showed us, and it was the perfect touch for your beautiful card!!

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  2. Love everything about this Marg! Beautiful detail!

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  3. You are a genius - all those details are incredible! The way you distressed the note, the liquid glass keys, and using Yuletide Carol - all amazing!!

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  4. Oh ny goodness, Marg! I would have never thought to use the Christmas paper this time of year-- but the patterns are just right for this stamp set! Your card is absolute perfection! I love how the paper from the typewriter is curling off the page. Genious!

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  5. Shoot-- I hate typos! "my goodness!"

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  6. Really great idea to add the liquid glass!! Love the distressed look too!

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  7. Can I say "WOW"...love all your unique techniques!!

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  8. You know I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this vintage-y beauty. I really like the dimension on the paper coming out of the typewriter and the Liquid Glass on the keys...so gonna try that! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  9. Gorgeous card! Love the attention to detail...ode typewriter keys are awesome!

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  10. Very vintage feel with your typewriter and card...and the liquid glass on the keys is brilliant!

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  11. First of all, using that paper with this stamp set was brilliant. What a perfect pairing. Secondly, those little dabs of liquid glass on the typewriter keys is the perfect detail!

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  12. This card is just adorable Marg. Love the little parchment looking paper in the carriage and the liquid glass idea is brilliant! Love your work Marg. It's always an inspiration.

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  13. Classic and stunning... the distressing and embellishment details are perfection!

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