Monday, November 30, 2009

Welcome to the December Stamp of the Month Bloghop!

Welcome once again to the CTMH Stamp of the Month BlogHop! This month we are "hopping" with the December Stamp of the Month, "Notice the Details." This awesome stamp set will be perfect for both cardmaking and all those little details on your scrapbook pages.

If you have come from Haley Dyers blog, you are on the right track so sit back and enjoy. When your done here, hop on over to the next blog at the end of my post to continue on the hop....

This month I used the SOTM to create a mini tag book that I discovered on Melissa Laverty's blog . As a bonus, she includes the tutorial to create this cute book. I am addicted to these little gems and am planning on making a few to capture random weeks of the new year. When I get a bunch completed, I hope to find a perfect box to store them in. (ah another project to plan!)



I used B & T paper from the "Sweet Home" Level 2 paper pack and various stickers from the "Sweet Home" My Stickease. For the card stock tags I used Buttercup, Indian Corn Blue and Garnet. I used Indian Corn Blue Ink and did distress most of the Buttercup card stock. Here is a picture of the inside of the book and some of the tags pulled out including my intro tag.







Now, hop on over to Wanda Riley's Blog to continue on your creative journey!

See you next month!

10 comments:

Sharli said...

Terrie,
Wonderful! I am a true believer in journaling the ordinary - it is the majority of our lives and demands attention! Your project is just perfect!

Lori said...

Very cute.

Paige Dolecki said...

I love your pocket album!

Paige

Melissa Laverty said...

LOVE IT!!!! Isn't that album the cutest. And what a clever idea for it!! Thanks so much for the shout out. It made my night!

Lori Miller said...

Very cute!

Carla said...

Great album -- love that Sweet Home paper more & more!!

Jena said...

What a fun tag journal - TFS!

Haley D. said...

Cute project!

Krista Ritskes said...

So cute!! I love all the journaling tags.

Helen Onulak said...

Clever way to use the stamp set - totally unexpected.