Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Seasonal Expressions 1 Blog Hop!

Did you know that CTMH has a new mini catalog full of wonderful, refreshing product?  If you missed that announcement, then you are in the right place to get an artwork preview!



Filled with fresh new paper and stamps bringing a bit of spring to your winter!  If you have arrived here from Kirsten's Blog then you are on the right track to hop through the consultant artwork from this featured catalog.  From here, you will hop on over to Jeanie's Blog.

I love everything about this book but I am choosing to share with you my paper pieced Spring Critters.


This technique is easy to do with our new thin cuts.  I stamped first on white paper and then again on the patterned paper.  I then used the thin cuts to cut out both images and used scissors to hand cut off the extra paper that I would use in the image.  So fun and easy.

I am new to thin cuts but I love that the CTMH cuts are packaged like our stamp sets; held on a magnetic sheet so they are easy to store and manage. 

To see more products from the Spring Seasonal Expressions, visit your consultants website.  If you do not have a consultant, you are welcome to shop with me. 

Now remember you will be hopping on over to visit Jeanie's Blog. 

Happy Stamping,
Michele

8 comments:

  1. Love that you stamped and cut your little critters using B&T paper. They are super cute!!

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  2. Well, these are absolutely adorable!

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  3. Your paper piecing makes these cuties pop!

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  4. So ADORABLE!! Love the paper piecing on these critters :)...I may use that idea for my Open House cards next week! Thanks so much! :)

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  5. The thin cuts really make those pop don't they? But your paper piecing is what makes these cards rock!! AWESOME!!

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  6. I love how you stamped these adorable critters onto patterned paper! Very clever..... Thanks for being part of the Seasonal Expressions 1 Blog Hop and inspiring me today!
    :) Marie

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  7. Love the way you used the pattern papers for the critters!! So cute!!!

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