Thursday, March 16, 2017

Blog Hop: Thin Cuts

Woo Hoo!  Close to My Heart has a great sale going on right now!  All  thin cuts or stamp set, thin cut combos are 25% off! 


You are at a stop on a big circle of blogs that will feature amazing artwork using the CTMH thin cut products!  Now if you have arrived here from Krista's blog, then you have seen some fabulous artwork and are on the right track.  Next you will be traveling on to Gina's Blog to see her wonderful creations.  But first...take a look!

The set I chose to create with was the Dreamin' Big card making stamps and coordinating thin cuts. 

Bringing a playful childhood past time to mind, I captured these sweet little butterflies in a Mason jar. 



When working with the thin cuts, you can pre- cut your images and then stamp on them because the stamps and blocks are clear and you can align them perfectly.   OR you can stamp on your cardstock, place your thin cut over the image, adhere gently with a piece of washi tape (another great use for the stash of washi tape you have), and then cut them.  Good bye fussy cutting!  Perfect outlines every time. 

Now this is not the only set that is on sale this month.  To see the other sets that qualify for the 25% discount, visit your consultant's website or if you don't have a consultant, stop by my website here.  And remember when you make a purchase of $50, you can get the cutest tea cup stamp set for $5.  This all only in March. 

Remember to move along to Gina's Blog to see what she has created!  Thanks for stopping in. 

Michele

8 comments:

  1. So cute...we were just talking at my card class on Thursday how the Mason jar would be perfect to hold the butterflies.

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  2. Supercute idea. Love the jar for the butterflies.

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  3. Love how a couple of the butterflies are inside the jar - this is so well done! Terrific card!

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  4. Might have to scraplift this idea....so cute!

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  5. I love your bug jar! What a fabulous way to keep your butterflies. Lovely colors too!
    :) Marie

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  6. How adorable is that!! What a great idea to use vellum in your jar....love it! ;) What colors did you use for your butterflies? Thanks for sharing!

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  7. So cute! I love the jar for the butterflies!

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