Friday, December 31, 2010

Find Your Style - January Stamp of the month Blog Hop

Hi and Welcome Blog Hoppers!

 January Stamp of the Month set is D1452 Find Your Style.  I love the vintage feel of it all when coupled with the Wings paper pack....and…you’re going to LOVE how easy it is to earn this stamp set FREE!  Take a look at page 5 in the Inspirations Idea Book (for a limited time.. January ONLY !! )and you’ll find out how to earn stamp sets free or at a discount this month!If you've come from Corinna's Blog (Stampin Java Junkie) you're hoppin along on the right path!

My use for this set is going to be endless, I already have 4 layouts done with all these wonderful images..Don't you just love when a set inspires you this much?!  Me too!


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 Supplies Everlasting pp, bamboo, cranberry and NewEngland Ivy cs.  Cranberry brads,bamboo, cranberry and olive waxy flax.  Olive eyelets and brad on belt and "buckle", cranberry safety pin . CTMH edge distressor, bone folder, sandpaper and scissors.  Wood frame "buckle" -misc. craft stash.

This layout turned out so fun for me and I love the tattered leather look of distressed paper, thus the inspiration for the belt and buckle was born. (The hook for the belt is my favorite part - its the BACK side of an olive brad..hahaha!)


  Also, a note to everyone who thinks this "paper hoardin recycler" has changed her ways...lol... the three large sheets have the center cut out and used on the front of the layout to matte the picture of my baby boy; so have no fear ... I'm still savin every scrap and usin them ALL!!

Hope you have fun on the hop !  Any questions or comments can be left below or you can email me at a_sawyer208@yahoo.com  -  I'll be posting the other three layouts later in the week, but for now it's time to go do some Ringin' in the New Year !!

Keep Hoppin over to Deanne's blog and Thanks for stoppin by!

Luv, HugZ, and *Glitta* ~ Angel


Here's the List of January blogs to hop so you can be sure you don't miss any of the fun :))


Helen Onulak3D Butterfly Card, tissue inking – Wings
Kathleen AndrolewiczDress Form, Pleated Flower – Wings
Tonya WhitehurtsBird w/Marbled Paper – Wings
Teri BaxterButterfly Clear Card, tissue inking – Wings
Dawn RossBird 6 x 6 Card, rolling – Wings
Traci GodbeeButterfly / Friend Frame – Wings
Dawn HeuftButterfly Card, rolling – Wings
Judy BurgerButterfly, black embossing – blues
Annette GreenWooden Birdhouse – Wings; 3 x 3 Mini Canvas – blues
Pamela O’ConnorMemory Logbook – Wings
Wendy FordingGift Bag
Kristie HerdenerBird Card – Veranda
Cindy LeekQuote with Qulled Flowers; Butterfly, black magic technique – Wings
Sarita SchraederDress Form 5 x 7 Card – Wings
Melissa RobinsonQuote w/ Butterfly – Wings
Lori BrownTwo Home Decor Wall Art – Dress Form and Shoe – Wings
Krista RitskesButterfly Clear Card, rolling – Wings
Nancy BrownBird w/stitching detail – Wings
Haley DyerBird, out of the box technique – Wings
Carla IronsideScrapbook Page – Beautiful Friend – Wings
Georgia Hauglid3 Different Cards featuring Butterfly, Dress Form and Bird – Wings
Shirley Ross3 Different Cards based on the Wings Workshop Kit pattern – Wings
Brae MontgomeryButterfly Clear Card, embossed – Wings
Michelle LoncarVariety of Projects – Wings and Dress Form Card in Sky/Gypsy
Katy DonaldsonButterfly with raised wings (cut from background) – Wings
Wanda RileyDress Form Card – Wings
Angela TuttonDress Form Card w/ Tag & Buttons
Jody GustafsonWelcome Sign and LOVE Banner
Jen RubioBird 5 x 7 Card and Shoe Card – Wings
Sheila BennettDress Form Card, mirror platinum embossing- Wings
Toni HinchcliffeDress Form Card, black embossing w/fluffy flower – Wings
Doreen Guilfoyle2 Butterfly Cards – Wings
Adeline BrillDress Form Card – spray pen emboss resist (video too) – Wings
Jen PatrickScrapbook Page – Convention, glimmer mist – Wings
Mary EisenScrapbook Layout w/Flip Flaps – Wings
Melinda EverittTile Coasters
Laurie Newton2 Cards, one Bird, one Butterfly – Wings
Melissa LavertyJournal – Wings
Beth NaumannShoe Friend Card – Wings
Susan BrooksButterfly w/fancy paper flower – Passages
Tammy Lea PinchardBird on Wood Card
Carol HortonButterfly, gold embossed – Wings
Kami WelterButterfly, rolled – Wings
Tamytha JenkinsScrapbook Layout w/large scalloped circle – Wings
Wendy CoffmanButterfly Cardw/small butterflies – Wings
Lisa Sargent2 Cards, one Butterfly, one Bird
Vickie TagatzDream Wall Art in Embroidery Hoop – Wings
Paige DoleckiBeautiful Friend Home Decor – Jingle
Nicole GriggsButterfly Wall Decor – Wings
Corinna McGregorSentiment Card w/smaller butterflies – Wings
Angel SawyerScrapbook Page w/ Bird and belt buckle
Deanne JacobsButterfly Card – Wings
Angela GarciaVariety of Cards
Tamra PopeWall Plaque – Wings plus other Cards
LeAnne DudleyEasel Card / Desk Calendar – Wings
Jean McNultyWall Hanging – Wings


16 comments:

  1. Oh I really love your layout!!! Just gorgeous and the belt and buckle is favorite!

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  2. This is just beautiful! I love the rustic look of it and I love the way you breathed new life into those older (but still beautiful) papers.

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  3. This is great! Your son is beautiful too! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. What a great twist on this stamp set! I love how masculine your layout is. What an adorable baby too!

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  5. What a different take from everyone else. Very refreshing!

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  6. I love how you made a fresh take on this set - great job!

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  7. LOVE LOVE LOVE the buckle...what a great idea!

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  8. What a beautiful layout! I love all the distressing and attention to detail. Happy New Year!

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  9. What a lovely take on a masculine look for this stamp set. Love all the texture you've added to this layout.

    LOL...have to laugh at your paper hoardin' recycler....I think of it as Paper Maximizer!

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  10. I love your layout. It is hard to capture the masculine look with this stamp set and you did a great job!

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  11. What a beautiful picture of your boy and a terrific layout to showcase him!

    Paige

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  12. Wouldn't have thought to use for a boy page...gorgeous! The belt and buckle...oober creative!

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  13. This is so fabulous for a boy page - what a great idea!

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