May SOTM – Classic Summer Bash Blog Hop

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Thanks for joining us for the SOTM blog hop this month! This is a fantastically fun stamp set! I have so many ideas to do with it! I know it is a set that you will want!! Today you should have arrived from Darlys’ blog. If not, that’s ok, it’s a big round circle, so you will get there if you keep hopping along! (Plus, you will see some great projects if you keep hopping!)

So, if you know me, you know that I have billions of ideas on things, then have the hardest of times narrowing down what I want to do with any given project! LOL This project is no different, I tell ya! I have a pin board of ideas to start from for this stamp set.

I used a scrap of our vellum for the straw, with some memento ink (I probably should have used stazon ink, but didn’t have it handy)

I stamped a couple of the citrus wedges in both willow and lemon inks. I then popped them up with some thin 3-D foam tape, to create the stopper for the easel part of the card.

I used lemon cardstock for the base, matt and easel part of the card. (I glued it wrong, or you would be able to see the different shades on the cardstock! doh!)

Take a look at this whole set, isn’t it fantastic??

I really liked how the card turned out! I hope you do too!

What would you like to see me take inspiration from to use this set? Comment below, and let me see what you would like! After that, hop on over to Kathy’s blog and see what fun things she has for us to see!

Have a crafty day, my friend!!

~ Michelle

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10 thoughts on “May SOTM – Classic Summer Bash Blog Hop”

  1. MARIA says:

    Very clever you will have to show us your technique

  2. Jean McNulty says:

    Wow, love your card!!

  3. Love the pop up effect! Very cute!

  4. Brandi R says:

    Super fun card, I love the easel/stand up card, super fun!

  5. Brenda L says:

    I love how you make the invitation an easel. Great idea!

  6. Michelle Stewart says:

    Love this easel card.

  7. What a great idea to make an easel card! Love it!

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