Tuesday, May 27, 2014

God Grant Me...and a couple of Dazzling Challenges

I absolutely love these cards...so simple...but the impact is a WOW!...I entered it in two challenges this week.
 
 
 
The honeycomb folder gives the card a lot of depth...it's one of my fav folders from Stampin' Up.

 
 
Stampin' Up doesn't have this stamp anymore...at least I haven't seen it in the catalog...so happy that I got it when they came out with it. 
 
 
 
I printed the sentiment on my computer...I would love to find a stamp that has this sentiment on it...then I would be able to colour coordinate with my card stock.
 
 
 
 
Here is the recipe:
 
Stamp sets: praying hands and post alphabet.
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Card stock; buckaroo blue...whisper white...and white printer.
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Ink: early espresso.
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Punches: 2X3 oval...1 3/8" circle...apothecary framelits...and honeycomb folder.
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Additional supplies: s/u mini glue dots...crystal effects...snail...acrylic blocks...clear mini discs...big shot...score-it...and fiskar cutters.
 

 
 
Dazzling Diva Challenge #26This week Dazzling Diva Challenge #26 is focusing on Father’s Day or Anything Goes...I chose to do the Anything goes.
 

 
 
Challenge #133 - Anything Goes  over at Word Art Wednesday.
 
I didn't use the sentiment they had to share this week...but I am going to save it to use at another time...and I love these anything goes challenges.
 
 
 
Thanks so much for droppin' by this morning and checking out my card...please remember to stop by and see the inspirations the Dazzling Divas and Word Art Wednesday have to share with us this week...I hope you all have a Fabulous Day...and A Stampin' Good Time.
 
 
Stampin' HUGZ
Beverley

2 comments:

Carole Robb Bisson said...

What a gift to give anyone anytime. beautiful. Thank you so much for taking time to post this wonderful art with us at Word Art Wednesday. Blessings, Carole

Jo Ann said...

Love your clean and simple style and the embossing is wonderful. We are so blessed you joined our Challenge at Word Art Wednesday last week and hope you join us again this week. Leaving you with an encouragement from Psalm 119:50 which says, "My comfort in my suffering is this: Your promise preserves my life." Hugs and blessings...

JO ANN
http://jatterburycreations.blogspot.com

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