Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Talk Back with April's Stamp of the Month

I love stamp sets with a humorous side, which is why I've been having so much fun with April's Stamp of the Month - Balloon Talk. I've been making up conversations on cards and layouts and will probably attempt to try this with some gift boxes. Here's one of the cards I've made so far:

There's these cute blank bubbles that make an awesome background (I used them on the white circle) and the little phrases themselves work double-time as a decoration and a sentiment. Bonus points - I used the Color My Heart Color Dare colors to make this card as well. 

Do you want to talk back? Then get your own Balloon Talk stamp set (slight sarcasm is included) - as always, only $5 with a $50 purchase. 

Supplies Used (All CTMH)
B&T Paper: Sparkle & Shine (retired) and Elemental (retired)
Cardstock: Sorbet, Colonial White and Cocoa
Other Paper: Brown/Tan Glitter Paper
Ink: Juniper, Sorbet, Creme Brulee and Cocoa
Embellishments: Striped Cocoa Ribbon (retired) and Mocha Pearls (retired)
Cricut Cartridges: Artiste


Jean Wortham said...

OMG!!! This is FREAKING awesome! I can't wait to "scraplift" your idea for adding these to my cards and layouts. Keep up the inspiring work!

Morgan Vogt said...

Jean - you know me, I love seeing people scraplift my ideas; just make sure I get to see it. :)

Lynn said...

I love the colors you used and all your layering too!

Becca Whitham said...

Love, love, love this!! Thanks so much for sharing it with us over at Color My Heart. Did I mention I love, love, LOVE it?

Sheri Ballantyne said...

I love all of the layers and the details. Such an awesome card. And great use of the Stamp of the Month. I love that set! :) Thanks for taking this week's Color Dare!

Morgan Vogt said...

Thanks ladies! I really loved the colors this week - they practically made the card themselves. :)

Sheila Bennett said...

Cute card! That is one of my favorite sketches in Make It From Your Heart.

Gretchen Stumme said...

Congratulations on the win Morgan! I love the way you incorporated all the Dare colors and the SOTM images.