Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Tyed Note S1504 : March Stamp of the Month CTMH Australasian Blog Hop

Welcome to the Stamp of the Month Australasian Close to My Heart Blog Hop!

If you have arrived here from Kreative Kay's Blog then your in the right place. If you landed here by happy accident then come and join us on a hopping adventure - just follow the links at the bottom of each blog until you get back to where you started!

This month's stamp of the month set is pretty straight forward - it's a typewriter with a set of sentiments that fit within the paper that it is printing out and also a pointing hand. These are vintage in style and very in right now!

I love the fine line detail in these and look forward to using them on lots of my projects. 

So there are heaps of obvious things we can do with this set but I decided to have a play with the finger as a repeating background. I love the look it creates. I'd be happy with this as a card on its own.

But it does look good when paired with the typewriter too.

Tip: to get the very fine distressing on the edges of your cardstock simply drag the edge of the card stock along the ink pad.

To complete this card I used:

The Typed Note Stamp of the month is only available until the end of April from your CTMH consultant for $27 or just $5 with a qualifying purchase.

I'd love to hear what you think of my project before you head off to
Vandra's Virtual CTMH Classroom.


  1. Love the pointing finger and your card idea. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Love the background stamping and your card :)

  3. oh Annie this is stunning, as such a wonderful card. I love the hand background and the affect. Clever girl. TFS.

  4. Love the idea of the background stamping! !!!!

  5. Your background stamping is so cool. Really works with this card Anne. Thanks for sharing. :)

  6. Great idea. Love the the background too.

  7. Love the background paper - awesome idea!

  8. I really like the background paper. This stamp really goes well with the browns and looks so vintage chic!

  9. Oh I love this card- great idea to use the pointed finger for a background as it looks so striking.