Welcome to the April 2020 Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!

On the first of each month, several of us CTMH consultants come together and share projects that we have created using the newest Stamp of the Month. This is a great way to show the versatility of the stamp set and get ideas from consultants all over. In light of what’s happening all over the world right now, I hope this will be at least a small bright spot and distraction.❤

This month, we will be featuring “O-fish-ally Awesome” which is Close To My Heart’s April 2020 Stamp of the Month. This stamp set is loaded with 37 amazing stamps that you can see below.

With a minimum $60 CTMH product purchase you can add it to your order for $6.75. Great deal, right?! To read more about this Canadian special, please check out my shopping site here.

This blog hop is a great big circle, so you can start here and work your way around. If you arrived here from Alyson Mayo’s blog, you are on the right track! If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants here

Now let’s get started!

I’ve been itching to try the Tunnel Fold Card that I recently saw online! This was a perfect opportunity.😊

Card Front
Inside Card

Supplies used for this project:

  • Mint cardstock
  • White Daisy cardstock
  • Intense Black Ink Pad
  • Fern Ink Pad
  • Ruby Ink Pad
  • Lagoon Ink Pad
  • TriBlend Markers: Orange, Earth Brown, Blue Turquoise, Light Green, Citrus Green, Tan, Gold Brown Dark Red, Dull Green

I know you are going to want this stamp set in your toolbox, so make sure you purchase it soon, as it is only available until April 30, 2020!

If you see any products anywhere along the hop that you would like to purchase, please visit your local consultant’s website, if you do not have a consultant and are in Canada I would be happy to help you out. If you live outside Canada I am happy to help you find a local consultant in the United States, Australia or New Zealand.  If you’d like to BE a consultant I can help with that, too!

Before you head over to Brenda Lapp’s blog to see what she has created with this stamp set, please feel free to leave a comment, or share this post with your friends. I appreciate you stopping by and wish you the best April ever!

Until next time


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