Sunday, August 11, 2013

Close to My Heart New Product Blog Hop!

 

Welcome to my blog. I am so excited! This is my first Blog Hop.  I hope I did it right.  

If you are following the Stampers with an Attitude blog hop you are on the right track and just left Melinda Everitt's blog to arrive here.  Isn’t everyone’s artwork just amazing?  Here is my creation.  It is a Post-it Note Holder inspired by Michelle Bowley.  The background piece, leaves and butterfly were all cut using the new Close to My Heart Artbooking Cricut cartridge. I LOVE this cartridge!  It has so many possibilities.   With 700 new images, grouped together by theme and also 10 themed mini books, this is another "must have" cartridge for Cricut users.  The paper I used is a combination of Laughing Lola and Sarita.  The cover is also decorated with a felt flower from the Frosted assortment, metal flowers from the Base and Bling Floral Accents and Aqua Dots. Our wonderful Liquid Glass was used as adhesive to ensure everything stays put. Here is the inside of the holder.
 
  

Please contact me at creativechristyg@gmail.com if you are interested in owning your very own Artbooking Cricut cartridge. Or visit my Close to My Heart web page at www.creativechristyg.ctmh.com. For $99 you receive the fabulous new CTMH exclusive Artbooking Cricut cartridge, three coordinating My Acrylic stamp sets and three dimensional elements chipboard shape sheets. With 15 themes to choose from and the ease of creating perfectly coordinated layouts with only two keys and one dial size it is every scrapbookers dream.  As you can see from my Post-it Note Holder it works for other items and cards as well.
 
Thanks for visiting my page. I hope you enjoyed my project. Next up in the blog hop is Hilary Reynolds.  Hop over to see the fabulous item she has created.
 
Happy Stamping!
Christy

7 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness! You cut that teeny tiny overlay from the Artbooking cartridge??!!! Love it!

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  2. Like how you used an overlay for the card.

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  3. Awesome work on the post it not holder. The Artbooking Cart is filled with endless creativity. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. What a cute little gift! I love that overlay from Artbooking and your butterfly is adorable. :D

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  5. I love using the overlays for cards isn't fun! Love your work!

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  6. Pretty card. Love the butterflies.
    you did good.

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