Friday, July 20, 2012

At Home with Hearth & Home

Today a little birdie told me that a couple of Club Scrap's Hearth & Home items would now be available in GHM, and not only just available, but at a wonderful screamin' deal!! I couldn't keep it to myself...I had to make a project to post. It was like visiting an old friend. I still need to made some layouts with those cool mirrored 8.5x11 prints. But first, here is my Hearth & Home gift box.
I used the Grey Broom Print for the bottom, and the Cream Window Print for the lid of the box.
I use a couple of the Big & Tall Unmounted Rubber Stamps along with other Unmounted Font stamps for decorating the lid.
The Cream Window Print was also used for on the inside, presenting my bracelet gift. . .
. . . sliding it into the box bottom.
Then I used just a portion of the Hearth & Home Warm Birthday Wishes stamp to decorate the box lid and the birthday card I made for inside the box.

 The generously sized Hearth & Home Wood Mounted Stamp makes for a great card front, but of course there's no doubt that it's great for scrapbook pages!

I tucked the card on top of the bracelet, and now my warm birthday wish is all ready to go (hey, do you guys know Tricia's BDay is coming up next month? heheee).

Wishing you an "at home and comfy" feeling today, like the one I get when using Club Scrap's Hearth & Home collection!

Thanks for stopping by!
Kay Williamson of Club Scrap


  1. I still adore those Big and Tall letters!

  2. Kay, that is lovely, but the bracelet is my favorite part! What kit are those beads from? See you in August!

  3. Thanks! Toni, those beads are some an old bead cup that Club Scrap no longer has in stock sorry to say, I think it was something like April 06 Color In Black & White, something I've had in my stash for awhile now. Looking forward to seeing you in August!

  4. Beautiful work Kay! That bracelet is gorgeous!

  5. That box is great - and so is the bracelet - a lovely gift!!

  6. I love your idea for stamp organizing. I have a large collection and often forget where I keep them. This is a GREAT idea and I will have to do this! Thanks for sharing!


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