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Mini is Marvelous - CTMH Technique Blog Hop

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Mini is Marvelous - CTMH Technique Blog Hop


Thank you for joining us on this Blog Hop with lots of Mini Iseas!. A Blog Hop is a 'circular' group of Blogs that you 'Hop' to (or click the link to) that will give you lots of tips, techniques and inspiration for the topic of the Blog Hop.  I hope you enjoy your time with us and enjoy the projects. If you came from Michelle Loncar's Blogg you are on the right track!

Here is my project for today:

Start with a 1 3/8 x 4 1/2” piece of Cardstock or Pattern paper. Random stamp if using Cardstock. Score at 1 1/4, 2 1/4, 3 11/2, 3 3/4 inches. Fold on all score lines.


Cut an angle on each side of the short scored end:


Place a mini glue dot at middle on short end and second square from bottom (see pic).  Cut ribbon at 4 1/4” and place mini gluedot on each end.


Adhere ribbon ends on each side of the Inside of the Cardstock purse in the 1/4” space. Place a Hershey’s Nugget on lower glue dot, centering in the space.


Wrap the box around the choc…

Lovely Layers - CTMH Technique Blog Hop

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Lovely Layers - CTMH Technique Blog Hop



Thank you for joining us on this Blog Hop with lots of ideas and tips for you while using the terrific thin cuts.. A Blog Hop is a 'circular' group of Blogs that you 'Hop' to (or click the link to) that will give you lots of tips, techniques and inspiration for the topic of the Blog Hop.  I hope you enjoy your time with us and enjoy the projects. If you came from Michelle Loncar's Blog you are on the right track!

Here is my project for today: This card is very easy and quick! I think it turned out gorgeous. I used the Layered Stamp Set  C 1721 She’ll Sentiments for this card.



There are so many fun things to do with Layered Stamp sets! These sets have Three stamps that are layered (the base, the shade and the detail).
for this image I used Mink Inkpad for all three images and stamped the base in second generation:


This image also used Mink with all three images in first generation:

For this image I just stamped the detail image in Expr…