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What an interesting site Stef chose for the SCS Inspiration Challenge today! After browsing all the fun designs, I chose the Geometric Colorblock Scarf for my inspiration. Love the color combo and graphic lines. I’m also including this in C4C21, to use pink.

For my card, I’m using the sentiment from Our Daily Bread designs Noah’s Ark set. I used my new Cricut to die cut the large hearts and stamped the sentiment on the pink one.

The sand colored strip was embossed w/ a button strip folder and the pink uses the Swiss Dots folder. The center strip is dp and all are matted w/ burgundy c/s. I punched some small hearts w/ two different size punches and added them. The wide ribbon is made up of two different ribbons attached together.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Supplies:
Stamps: ODBD- Noah’s Ark
paper: sand, pink, burgundy, dp (SEI – Juliette collection)
ink: Fluid Chalk maroon
accessories: ribbons, Cuttlebug Swiss dots & button border folders, Cricut die cut hearts, small heart punches, foam tape

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Congrats to my friend and fellow DDIC Team member, Anne, who is the Featured Stamper today at Splitcoast Stampers! I had a fun stroll through her extensive gallery and finally picked Antique Moss to case. I liked the soft color and the way the frame reminded me of icing on one of those elaborate wedding cakes. That being said, it looks like I changed most everything. I changed the colors, the image, the layout. I did keep the texture and softness of the color.

The  scripture is a new image from Our Daily Bread designs in their Confirmation set.  I stamped it w/ the lightning black ink and stamped the dove w/ the soft sand ink over it. If y’all saw the new Spellbinders dies last week, you would have seen a beautiful new cross die. Since I don’t have that fantastic die, I tried to create my own cross by putting pieces together. I started w/ a long rectangle die and resized it. Then I cut the middle section of the Fleur de lis die and four of the individual Fleur de lis and arranged them all as shown.

I layered all the white w/ some vanilla, tan and dp. I added the ribbon and a pearl button w/ the shank removed. Thanks so much for stopping by!

 

Supplies:
stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs – Confirmation

paper: white, vanilla, tan, dp (Anna Griffin)
ink: Brilliance lightning black, Memories soft sand
accessories: ribbon, pearl button, Spellbinders Labels 4, long rectangles, Fleur de lis sets, tan marker (for edges), foam tape

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The forecast for Atlanta today calls for a chance of snow! I don’t think we’ll have as much as pictured in my scene, but here’s hoping! I’d love for you to sled on over to the DRS blog and check out my Winter Eve.

I knew I wanted a circular frame and a little bit of the out-of-the-box treatment, so I figured out where my image needed to be and stamped the Tree with Snow, masking off the fence portion. I kept the circle frame mask on, added a smaller circle mask for the moon and sponged on the sky colors. I used the blank embossing technique to emboss the flurries pattern on the side and leave the image area smooth. I used a circle die set to cut the pink frame and a template to cut the blue frame. I added the cut out portion of the fence on top. Stickles was added to the snow and a die cut sentiment finished it off.

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