09 October 2011

Studio Stampers October Blog Hop

Welcome to the Studio Stampers October Blog Hop!  If you are joining us in the hop you should have come here from Lisa's blog; if not, why not start at the beginning with Karen and hop on down until you get back to me?

I usually try to use all A Muse Studio products when I post on our blog hops, but I wanted to show how incredibly versatile A Muse products are and how easily they can be used with other stamps and products.  Check out my creations:

Cardstock - A Muse Studio lichen, sky, and latte
Scrapbook paper - AC
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Bicycle stamp - Stampin' Up!
Shadow stamp - A Muse Studio
Copics used to color the bike

Cardstock - A Muse Studio bermuda, ivory, slate, and onyx
Scrapbook paper - AC
Ink - A Muse Studio slate, and Memento tuxedo black
Stamps - Stampin' Up!

Cardstock - A Muse Studio sugar, Stampin' Up! Kraft & Eggplant Envy
Stamps - hat: A Muse, sentiment: Savvy, background stamps: ??? not sure, they are unmounted ones I've had for a long time and pulled them out to play with!
Onyx baker's twine: A Muse Studio
Purple bling - Paper studio

I haven't gotten any of the A Muse Studio felt just yet (although I've heard a-MAZ-ing things about it!), but I wanted to see how well the A Muse Studio mitten die cut through some felt I happened to have...it worked perfectly!

Mitten die - A Muse Studio
Labels 8 Nestabilities Die
Cardstock - A Muse Studio ivory, Stampin' Up! Real Red & Kraft
Ink - A Muse Studio wasabi and cherry
Stamps - A Muse Studio polka dot patterns, sentiment - A Muse

Next on the hop is Veronica!  If you get lost, or if there is a problem with the link here is the complete list:

Karen Crisp
Angela Schellenberg
Kathy Hatzke
Lisa Chapman
Kristen Watson                                <-----------you are HERE
Veronica Zalis

Happy Hopping!


  1. WOw, wow, wow! Every single card you posted is wonderful! The cherish card is my favorite!

  2. These are all amazing but I absolutely adore the mitten card. I've been resisting the dies but feel inspired to CASE your design for my Christmas cards.

  3. So many great cards! My favorite is the mitten card. There's just something wonderful about that die with felt.

  4. How do you comment when there are so many wonderful cards? I am in love with the witch hat card! Super fun!


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