I am so in love with this set called Pretty Potted Florals that I decided to make a set with it. I colored all the flowers with copic markers and added some stickles to them for a little shimmer. I tried to stay in the pink family as far as color goes ...

Pretty Potted Florals Set and more...


Pretty Potted Florals Set

I am so in love with this set called Pretty Potted Florals that I decided to make a set with it. I colored all the flowers with copic markers and added some stickles to them for a little shimmer.  I tried to stay in the pink family as far as color goes and the papers are from all different companies.  I made a little tag to put on the front of the box.   This set is just so versatile and I think it is perfect for a little set! Make sure you check out the 50% off discontinued items sale going on now.  You can see the items on  HERE.


    

Bright Future


Happy Sunday

It's Ceal, here to share with you today a card using one of our new releases along with an older favorite. 

For my card I started with a black top folding card base and a white stitched panel. I made the background by randomly stamping the diamond from the new set Worthy King to cover the panel and colored them in with Copic markers. 
I made a focal point with one of the quotes from the set Faith Quote Blocks.
I embossed the greeting in white embossing powder and then colored the word "bright" and the heart with comic markers.




Worthy King is in the Creative Worship line, I wanted to show it can be used for a card as well.



    

Birthday Dog Roses with new stamps from Floral Greetings

It's Gracie Chávez and today I'm here to share a new card using the new stamp set Floral Greetings. I had the absolute joy to put together this set for Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps that includes two beautiful floral images and a collection of greetings for every occasion!

My card for today is very clean with a striking color palette. I wanted the flowers to stand out more than anything else. I colored them -guiding myself by dog roses pictures- in two tones of pink and decoupaged them to add more dimension.





To create the decoupage effect I stamped the dogrose branch twice to the background and colored the images. I also stamped the flowers on another piece of white cardstock and colored them. I then fussy cut them and adhere them on top of the previously stamped background, offsetting the flowers a bit to make them look fuller.


I hope you enjoyed today's post! Make sure to take a minute and stop by the shop to take a closer look to this and other new stamps from our new release at Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps. Have a crafty, happy weekend!


    

Comfort...

{jane bosi}

Happy Friday!!  Today, I'm sharing a card that features two of Sweet 'N Sassy Stamps' new sets. 

I'm totally in love with the beautiful images in Krista Hamrick's illustrations.  This most recent set, Living Word, is so inspiring!  I combined the main image with Words of Life: Actions for this card of encouragement I'm sending to someone very special.

I can't wait to see what you are going to create with these wonderful goodies!  Be Awesome, Jane
    

Greetings! Kim here today to share a Bib...

Greetings! Kim here today to share a Bible journaling layout featuring the As the Deer stamp set. I am relatively new to Bible journaling and I confess that I love it! I purchased a Bible just for art journaling and its one that includes some pre-printed designs and Scripture verses that you can color or paint. I find this option can be a great source of inspiration. 

For today's layout, can I share that I love this set! It features so many sweet images that are perfect for creating scenes. This is a perfect set for creating cards as well...so many options!

On my pages I used gelatos for the background color and Prismacolor Water Color pencils for all of the coloring. And...I created a video to take you through my creative process. Enjoy!


 
    

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