September Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

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Hello everyone!

It is almost fall, the summer days are changing, as are the leaves on the trees outside. It’s time to start thinking about red and orange leaves, cooler temps, and pumpkin pies! (and pumpkin pie lattes, as well!) With all of that coming, that means it is time for another blog hop, to show off the new Stamp of the Month. September’s stamp is called Poster Tidings. You get a set of 2 stamps that are ‘subway tile’ style. You see that style all the time for home decor, and you will find many different fun ways to use it with this blog hop!

Today, you should have arrived from Elizabeth’s blog, when you get done, you will go and visit Wendy’s blog, and should you get lost along the way, Helen has a list of all of the blogs, and you can find that list here.

Today, I decided to use one of our 6×6 canvases, and I think it turned out great! I stamped the image with cashmere pigment ink, and repeated it across the canvas. I used a large block, so that I could line it up correctly, and then flip over the canvas and make sure that there was enough pressure added to transfer the ink.

I have used some strips from the Huntington paper pack for my banners, a small strip of the bronze glitter paper, and tied a bit of white hemp around the banners. It’s all ready for a photo . . . I can’t wait to get one of my family to put in here!

This fun stamp will have many many uses! And, if you haven’t yet, you should watch the video that CTMH corporate office has made for us for this stamp set.

Next up, you will be hopping along to Wendy’s blog. She always has fabulous stuff!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a crafty weekend!

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16 thoughts on “September Stamp of the Month Blog Hop”

  1. Elizabeth says:

    I love this! I had to look at it a few times before I even saw where you used the stamp set and I love how you created a background – it is gorgeous!!

  2. Love it. At first glance I thought “I think she forgot to stamp the image,” then in the close up I could see your “textured” canvas. Very cool.

  3. I love your sweet textured canvas!

  4. Michelle, love that you used the canvas! what a great idea.. and the stamping on the background… another neat idea! I love the colors you used too.. love that Huntington paper! am waiting for mine to get here.

  5. Melissa says:

    really pretty. Love the subtle stamping on the canvas!

  6. Really like the subtle look of the words on the canvas.

  7. What a wonderful way to show there is more than just paper to stamp on. nicely done.

  8. Judy says:

    What a beautiful way to showcase that special fall picture!

  9. Susan B. says:

    Great job stamping on the canvas. Loved the layout of this.

  10. Kathleen A says:

    What a beautiful canvas! The sparkle tape is a beautiful touch!

  11. Love the stamping on the canvas! Very nice!

  12. I love the stamping on the canvas! Very nice!

  13. Lynn Darda says:

    I love how you used the SOTM to create a background on the canvas. Very pretty.

  14. Kim says:

    Great Job! I love this!!

  15. Love the technique you used on this canvas and your colors are beautiful and elegant. Great job!

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