Friday, March 1, 2019

This Happened - March SOM Blog Hop

Welcome to the March Stamp of the Month Blog Hop using the stamp set This Happened.
You should have come from Brandi's blog. For my project, I combined the stamps with the So Much Happy paper suite to create this layout.

Here's a better look at the images that come in the stamp set.

I began my project by trimming out all the images from the cut apart sheet in the So Much  Happy paper pack. I'll admit it took a bit of time, but the Micro-tip Scissors we carry at CTMH were up to the task. I then stamped three images from This Happened in Sapphire ink onto various pieces of paper. It's difficult to see, so look closely at the cluster of embellishments on the bottom right of the layout. I trimmed out the small image from the cut apart sheet that includes a little heart and a blank place to write. Then I took out the stamp that says "today" and a place to fill in the date below it. I taped over "today," inked it with Sapphire, removed the tape, and carefully stamped the date portion into the blank space of the paper. On the left side of the layout, I used the "What Matters" stamp on a piece of yellow patterned paper included in So Much Happy. After stamping it in Sapphire, I cut the image into two pieces. By tucking the edges under the layer above it, it looks like one continuous piece.

Here's the supply list with links for your shopping convenience:
CTMH is running several great promotions this month as part of their year-long celebration of 35 years in the industry. The Stamp of the Month, This Happened, is only $5 with a $50 purchase and there's a BOGO sale on all the paper suites. Click here for details. Both of these specials are only available until the end of this month.

Now you are off to Krista's blog. Be sure to go all the way through the hop for lots of great ideas using this fun stamp set.

Until next time,


  1. Great CAS layout! Love the sweet embellishment pops.

  2. I really like how you divided up the "What Matters" stamped image to surround your journaling block cluster. This is a super adorable layout...thanks for the inspiration!

  3. Great layout! I love how you used What Matters as a border-like element.


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