30 Years of Happy CTMH National Stamping Month Happy Congratulations card Cricut Embossed #ctmh #scraptabulousdesigns #cricutexplore

Simply Inspired CTMH Blog Hop: #30 Years of Happy!

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Happy September!!!!  And a great big welcome to National Stamping Month with another fabulous Simpy Inspired CTMH Blog Hop!  If you have arrived here from Lisa’s blog, you are on the right path.  If you happen to get lost along the way, you can find the complete list of hoppers here.

Close to my Heart is celebrating our 30 year anniversary with a super cute stamp set called 30 Years of Happy!  And the best part is that you can get this stamp set absolutely FREE with an order of $30 or more in stamps!  That’s right – absolutely free!  However, this offer is only good from September 1 – 30, so be sure to get yours before it’s gone!

30 Years of Happy CTMH National Stamping Month Happy Congratulations card Cricut Embossed #ctmh #scraptabulousdesigns #cricutexplore

If you would like to create one of these cards for yourself, click on the link below:

Cricut Explore CDS File:  https://us.cricut.com/design/#/canvas/project/20041394

Colors:  Sweet Leaf, Smoothie, Sorbet, Juniper, Chocolate

Embossing folders:  Dot and Woodgrain

1409-cc-nsm-bThanks so much for hopping with us!  Your next stop on the inspiration train is Brenda’s blog – I know you will LOVE what she has created!

Make Something SCRAPTABULOUS – because CUTE matters!

Hugs,

Dana

17 thoughts on “Simply Inspired CTMH Blog Hop: #30 Years of Happy!

  1. Melissa Laverty

    Really, really?!? Not only can you ROCK a layout like no one else, but you can also create a card this amazing. You are insanely talented, my friend!

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  2. Bridget Hefner

    Did you emboss the circles before you punched, or after? If it was after, how do you keep the edges from flattening?

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    1. Dana Post author

      Hi Bridget! I embossed the circle after cutting them. Some of them are popped with foam tape – both the standard 3-D foam tape and thin 3-D foam tape to give them a different dimensions. Maybe this helps with the edges…. The CTMH embossing folders have a super deep bite, so I haven’t experienced any embossed images flattening. Thanks for asking! 🙂

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