Monday Montage 20

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Welcome to the Monday Montage blog hop!  I hope you are enjoying this Memorial Day weekend.

I was one of the lucky demonstrators that got to attend the new catalog premiere last month.  It has been really hard to keep this catalog under wraps…..there are lots of awesome new products.  Fortunately, you only have to wait another week.

At the premiere, everyone received the Work of Art stamp set.  I decided to use it this week to make several REAL LIFE CARDS.  These are cards that you can make in a matter of minutes with a minimal amount of supplies.

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Here's what you'll need to make these cards:

STAMP SET:  Work of Art (available June 2nd)

INK:  Real Red and Night of Navy

PAPER:  Whisper White and Silver Glimmer

ACCESSORIES:  Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack (available June 2nd)

Mem1This card measures 4-1/4" x 5-1/2".

Mem3These last 2 cards are Whisper White notecards that measure 3-1/2" x 5".  I like to keep a set of these notecards on hand for making quick cards.

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Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to visit all 10 stops on the Monday Montage Blog Hop and have a fabulous week!

 

Happy Stampin'

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Julie Warnick | 25th May 14

    These are awesome! I love how you used this set to make the flag-brilliant!!

  2. Celia Cawthon | 26th May 14

    This is GENIUS!!! Thank you so much for sharing.

  3. Carol Carriveau | 27th May 14

    FABULOUS especially for any of our Holidays involving veterans! Love your idea…!

  4. Susan | 27th May 14

    Great cards Melissa!

  5. Maggie Carmody | 28th May 14

    I think these are the best use of the Work of Art stamp set that I have seen! What a Creative way to use this set. Love it!

  6. Bobbi Mangas | 28th May 14

    I have seen a ton of cards made with this set, and made several myself, but this is my FAVORITE!!! I will be CASing it for my stamp club!! TFS.

  7. Mary Alice Bellis | 28th May 14

    These are the cutest, nicest patriotic cards I have seen in ages. I love how simple but creative they are.

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