This card is a re-do of an oldie but a goodie. I originally saw the layout from Sandy McIver several years ago. This recreation is done in Marina Mist and So Saffron. The stamp sets are Gorgeous Grunge and Everything Eleanor – with Trust God as the sentiment. It’s such a nice, flat card, even with the butterfly, making it easy to send.
I was playing around with Sympathy card designs and went back to one design that we did at Convention last year and just re-vamped it. By changing just a few elements and adding the stamp Trust God, I came up with a card I like. The small splatters you see on the card were created by splattering another card and getting the ink everywhere! Ha! Well, I’ll just say “I meant to do that!” Hugs, Fran
When I first saw this stamp set – Perfect Peacock – I knew I would have to order it just so I could sit and color! Very therapeutic 🙂 I colored him up with Copic Markers and used a sentiment from Trust God, punched with the large oval punch, to finish the card. Of course I added some Dazzling Details to the flowers and rhinestones down the side. The tiny flag behind the sentiment is from the Banner Framelits – just a little piece of the smallest banner. Coloring peacocks is actually part of the Animal class at Kit and Clowder (if you want to learn more about coloring!) Copics used – B12, B14, B24, B28, B29, B99, E33, Y15, Y38, YG03 and BG 49. Hugs, Fran
These kids are stampin!
I had the delightful experience of providing a make and take for a high school youth group/choir. They are from Church of the Savior in Montgomery, Ohio, and took a break at our farm during their travels and we stamped and visited at our log house. There were about 47 kids. With a minute of instruction, I turned them lose!
Here are the samples I had out for them.
The cards use an assortment of retired card stock, Blessed by God, Trust in God, and some SVGcuts crosses. Their cards were totally more creative than mine! And then they sang for me! What a treat! Hugs, Fran