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Wishing Success cu 09011
It’s my turn to host the FS Challenge so a big congrats to Virginia, the newest Featured Stamper (FS481) on Splitcoast! Wow! She has one awesome gallery & there are many I wanted to case, but I really liked THIS one in particular. I loved the gold embossing on vellum and the flowers so I kept those, but I used different images, added a die cut for half of the greeting & a gold striped washi tape border.
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For my card, I gold embossed the flowers & half of the greeting on a piece of vellum I die cut using a pierced rectangle die. I colored it first on the backside w/ Copics, but I couldn’t quite get it dark enough, so I carefully added more color to front side, trying to stay away from the gold embossing. I attached to a same size piece of white card stock & added the Wishing word die cut out of gold mirror board.
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On the larger white layer, after die cutting it, I attached strips of gold foil stripe washi tape. When I got the corners, I used scissors to mitre the corners. A few gold embossed, colored & fussy cut  blossoms were added here & there.

Here’s a look at the inside & below it are the Copics I used.
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Congrats again, Virginia! Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs –Fragrance, Dogwood Mini, Wishing Words (inside – Dreams)
Paper: Staples 110# white, heavy vellum, gold mirror board
Ink:  Encore ultimate metallic gold pigment
Accessories: ODBD Wishing, Pierced Rectangles diesCopic makers, detail gold embossing powder, gold striped washi tape

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Hope is an Anchor cu 08196
Today we are taking a look back at the Our Daily Bread designs January release! Don’t you love the fabulous dies & wonderful sets? And the Bible journaling sets are so beautiful! I’m featuring one in my card today, so you’ll see, they are beautiful for more than just one use. 
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I love the images on this anchor set..the smiling sun is so wonderfully hopeful above the scripture with the anchor and shells. I had some textured paper w/ a big anchor on it & I thought it would emphasize the scripture. I wanted the anchor to show up but not overpower the scripture so I stamped it onto a antique vanilla vellum using the multi color ink & embossed it w/ clear powder. I added just a hint of color on the back side of the vellum w/ some Copic markers then used the largest Double Stitched Rectangle to die cut it. I did it 2 corners at a time to get the narrower profile. On the striped anchor dp, I wanted to stamp some of the Fishing Net Bg but I wanted to mask the anchor. After thinking about it for a minute, I decided to make a copy of the dp, then cut out the anchor for a mask. It worked perfectly. The vellum panel was attached w/ tiny brads & I did a little out of the box on the large anchor. The finished card is a little taller & narrower to accommodate the long vellum panel (4 1/18″ x 6″). 

 Here’s a look at the inside.
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Please be sure to visit all of the DT Blogs for so much inspiration using the January sets & dies.
Sandee * Cathy * Julie * Lori * 

Robin T. * Dawn * Robin C.
Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – The Anchor, Fishing Net Bg (Anchor the Soul – inside)
Paper: designer paper (Paper Studio – Cape Cod), antique vanilla vellum
Ink:  Kaleidacolor denim, Adirondack denim
Accessories: ODBD  Double Stitched Rectangles, Flourished Star Pattern, Leafy Edged Borders, dies, Copic markers, clear embossing powder, sand dollar button, mini antique gold brads

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Pearl Egg cu05929
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Today’s Inspiration Challenge (IC485) has some beautiful objects! I was inspired many but for this card, I chose THIS. I like the soft teal blue & the diagonal design.
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For my card, I stamped the large floral egg on white using soft pool ink then I stamped it again on the back side of the designer paper and cut it out to make the frame. I wove a diagonal lattice pattern across the back of the frame using strips of vellum.The smaller egg was stamped, die cut and attached on top. I added the corner die cuts and a greeting that I lightly sponged w/ the same ink while it was still in the die. A bunch of pearls were added to the lattice & small egg.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
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Supplies:

Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs – Blessed EasterBasket of BlessingsFloral Egg
Paper:  Neenah white, dp (ODBD Shabby Rose paper collection), strips of vellum
Ink: HA Soft Pool, Memento teal zeal
Accessories:  ODBD Ornate Flowers & BordersFlourished Star pattern,Eggs dies, pearls

 

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