Monday, 1 September 2014

Family is Forever S1409A : CTMH Stamp of the Month Australasian Blog Hop

Welcome to our "Stamp of the Month" Australasian Close To My Heart Blog Hop. If you have arrived here from Vandra's Virtual CTMH Craftroom then you are in the right place. If you landed here by accident, please join in by following the link at the end of this post.


I would like to share with you this Father's Day (or birthday) card. It features our September Stamp of the Month Family is Forever (S1409) available exclusively from Close To My Heart throughout September for $27 or for just $5 when you place a $75 order. 

Start with a 6x12" piece of Chocolate Cardstock for the card base, scored and folded in half.
Stamp the tree in Ponderosa Pine Ink on Colonial White Cardstock 3.75 x 5" then daub the edges with Chocolate Ink using Sponge Daubers. Adhere it to a piece of Autumn Terracotta 4 x 5.25", then adhere this to the left side of the card base. Add a strip of Topiary Striped Washi Tape down the right hand side and a little flag of Autumn Terracotta Cardstock. I tied on some Black Hemp from my stash but you could also use our Baker's Twine.
Next I stamped DAD with the Urban Alphabet Stamp Set. I used Chocolate Ink on a scrap of Olive Cardstock with a mat of Autumn Terracotta. Adhere this sentiment with our 3D Foam Tape and add Durable Triangle Studs as shown. 

During September we also have a promotion called "30 Years of Happy" to celebrate National Stamping Month and Jeanette Lynton's 30 years in the industry!
To get your FREE Stamp Set with 30 stamps on it, just order $30 worth of stamps. Click here to shop.

Family is Forever (S1409A) is only available until September 30th from your CTMH consultant.  I'd love you to leave a comment before heading off to the next stop:
 Margaret Moroney - Stamps 'n' Cards. Have fun!


  1. What a great, masculine Father's Day card!

  2. Excellent Father's Day card Georgia, thanks for the ideas.

  3. Ohh this is so perfect for Father's Day! I might recreate this for my own Dad. Thanks for sharing.