Sunday, July 14, 2013

RemARKable Stamp of the Month Blog Tour - Chalk Talk

Welcome to the RemARKable Stamp of the Month Blog Tour.  This month some of our most talented stampers are featuring the stamp set called Chalk Talk from the newly released Stampin' Up! catalog. 

In celebration of going to Convention this week, I got all excited and created several items for you to enjoy.  Here's the first one:

Here's a close-up of how I created the tag with a few extra layers of hearts.

and here's a 3-D item featuring the Tag a Box:

You can fit lots of things into these cute boxes.  Here I've filled it with thin mints, you know the Girl Scout cookies??? I had them hidden in the freezer.  This special box went to my husband Randy who celebrated a birthday earlier this week.  At first I had the "something" stamped in red.  But I changed it to green after I decided what was going in the box.

So many projects here. If you have any questions, please send me an email.

Next up on the tour is Tamra Davis.  Can't wait to see her at Convention!  Click on the image below or go to her blog following this link:

Here's a list of all blog tour participants in case you want to check back:

Nancy Amato
Melissa Bolinger
Jackie Bottomley
You are HERE!
Tamra Davis
Connie Diebler
Crystal Kondo
Deb Lehigh
Anne Matasci
Robin Merriman
Audra Monk
Maria Pane
Andi Potler
Michele Reynolds
Vicki Soni
Jeannette Swain
Janet Wakeland

Tomorrow I'll share a little boo-boo on one of my cards ; )

Happy Stamping!


Anonymous said...

Don't you love how easily that ruffled ribbon goes around curves? Looks great - and love your gift box. I may or may not have Thin Mints in my freezer but IF I did I wouldn't be so generous!!


bensarmom said...

Susan what a wonderful collection of cards and projects! I know for a fact I DON'T have thin mints in my freezer! LOL

Margaret said...

What a fabulous way to show the versatility of this fun stamp set! Your cards are great and I love the tag!
I'm in agreement with the other ladies...I KNOW I don't have any thin mints left!