Sunday, 1 February 2015

A Happy Hello S1502 CTMH stamp of the month

Welcome to this months Australasian Close to My Heart Blog Hop!

If you have arrived here from Maz's blog : Inky Fingers then you are in the right place. If you landed here by accident, no problem, please join in by following the link at the end of this post.

I love this month's set - A Happy Hello. My favourite part is the branch or stem stamp - I have used this already on multiple projects. I love that I can use this with my various flower stamps, stickers and embellishments that otherwise would be stemless!
Today's project is a simple page layout.

I had fun making the overhanging tree branches by overlapping the stem stamp.

Ingredients:
White Daisy Cardstock
Indian Corn Blue Cardstock (6.5"x4.5" ; 2.5" x 2.5" ; 2.5"x2.5")
Ponderosa Pine Ink
Honey Ink
Indian Corn Blue Ink
Black Ink
S1502: A Happy Hello Stamp Set

The Happy Hello Stamp set (with my favourite stem stamp!) is only available until the 28th of February 2015 for $27 or just $5 when you spend $75.

I'd love you to leave a comment before heading off to visit Tracey's blog, Aussie Ink.


19 comments:

  1. Lovely layout Anne - the leaves come up very oriental and calming in the background. :)

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    1. Thanks, Patricia, I love the effect and can't wait to play with it a bit more.

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  2. I agree Anne the branch stem is a very versatile image & I love what you have done with it.

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  3. Great layout, just about any photos would look terrific with this layout

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    1. Thanks, Doris, yes, no photos on it yet because I couldn't decide! :)

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  4. Ooh this is a lovely page. Love the leaves and the cute flowers at the bottom.

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  5. Nice one, I love the hanging tree effect. It's very striking.

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  6. I hadn't even thought to use the branches like that, love all the overlapping!

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  7. WOW, annie, love how the branches POP the page. Love off set stamping even more so how you have it coming in from the side of the page. The over lapping of the stamping to create the a tree branch affect is brilliant.

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    1. Thanks, Tracey :) I really enjoyed creating that effect.

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  8. Really like how you stamped the stem in the corner.

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