Time for another blog hop! Yesterday's hop involved my A Muse upline "cousins" (if you're here for that and came from Lianne's blog scroll down to the next post). We are all lucky to have Krystie as our upline lady.
Today's hop includes a variety of A Muse consultants who connected through the online forum. If you are participating in this blog hop (first of all, congrats because that's a lot of hopping), you should have come from Jeanette's blog and if not, then you should start from the beginning with Samantha's blog until you come to my blog. There are lots of prizes to be won, so leave some comment love!!
Enough nitty gritty.
Do you ever have scraps of adorable paper that you hate to throw away? Well, here's a reason to start hoarding your scraps (did you need one?). You can tape them side-by-side to a piece of scrap paper and die cut a beautiful image. I can't take any credit for this idea though. I saw it on the cover of a Stampin' Up catalog. Brilliant!
I also really wanted to play with A Muse's paper flowers. I'll be honest, I didn't think I'd be a fan of them. Plain, white, boring, blah. But you can make them ANY color you want. To match any paper, ink, copic marker, ribbon, jewel, etc that you want. I personally used the A Muse ink pads to color mine, but you can also use Copic markers and other mediums as well. From a girl who loves to "match" colors, I'm sold. Plus the flowers are thin and you get a bunch in a single pack!
Enough words. Here's my card
stamp: A Muse "just for you"
ink: A Muse ocean, grass, latte, & french roast
other: Papertrey die cut, A Muse flowers, A Muse twinkle sticker clear
If you are inspired to shop, my webstore is now open! I have 5 more A Muse cards to share with you here, so start "following" and come on back to see the goodness.
okay, now you're off to Veronica's blog