Friday, July 29, 2016
Today's card will be entered in the Simon Says Stamps Wednesday Challenge-Anything Goes and in the Mod Squad Blog Challenge-Christmas in July.
For this card I once again used the die cut wreath from Cheery Lynn Designs but I also used the stamped image and sentiment from the Gina K. Designs Peace and Joy stamp set. I colored the image in with Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens. This gave a glittery look to the design. The wreath was die cut from some varigated green glitter paper. And, the sentiment was stamped with Versamark and embossed using some red glitter embossing powder. It is an unknown brand as it had no label left on it. After I had glued all the elements to the white card base I finally added some red rhinestone gems to the wreath for even more sparkle and shine!
Cheery Lynn Designs Die used: Joy to the World Wreath B481
Gina K. Designs Stamp Set-Peace and Joy
Green Glitter Paper-Unknown
Red Glitter Embossing Powder-Unknown
Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens
Ranger Multi-Medium Matte Glue
Scor-Pal Embossing Board
I am going to put my feet up now for a bit and read a good Christian romance novel. I started it last night and it really has me really interested in it now. It is set in my home state of South Dakota so that makes it even more intriguing to me. And, it was written by a gal I used to work with on the newspaper so I had her autograph my copies of her book series. I am on the first in the series now.
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