Hello Sweet 'n Sassy friends, Stephanie here today with a card made using Go God's Way, I just love this set but I especially love the bike. I stamped the bike onto designer paper and loved how it looked so I decided it didn't need to be colored. The ...

So blessed.... and more...

So blessed....

Hello Sweet 'n Sassy friends, Stephanie here today with a card made using Go God's Way, I just love this set but I especially love the bike.  I stamped the bike onto designer paper and loved how it looked so I decided it didn't need to be colored.  The sentiment is from Thoughtful Words that has so many wonderful combinations.  Make sure you check out this month's stamp of the month-Texture Tiles 3  which is free with $75 purchase and also check out the Deals and Discount section- so many great bargains.  I hope the rest of your week is wonderful!


Teacups and Roses....

{jane bosi}  Hello, Sweet Friends!  Today I am sharing a few cards which feature the new Teacup Roses stamp set.  This is such a fun image to color and makes the sweetest cards of encouragement, thanks, birthday and so much more!

My first card also features a bible page.  I love to pick up aged bibles at thrift stores to use in my art.  They make great backgrounds as well as come in quite handy for mixed media canvas art.
For my second card, I used a piece of fabric for my color inspiration and background.  I even pulled out my sewing machine for this one!  This set is just so versatile!!  The color combos are endless; a must have set it you ask me!  I love it!

Have a great day being awesome!  Jane

go with faith, grace, boldness

Good morning!
Earlier this year I made a 4" coaster for the magnetic frame that hangs by my desk and I planned to make a few more to switch out once in a while. All the tiles I have for my frame are square or round coasters and this time I wanted to try a 4x4 canvas panel.
For my canvas, I used Go God’s Way and Life in Jesus from the new Sweet ‘n Sassy stamps July Release. I also used Go With, Texture Tiles 1, and the Girl Power Printable.

The background was done with a spritz of water added to acrylic paints. Then the words and bike were stamped with Archival Black and some texture was stamped on the grass with Archival Chartreuse. I colored with Inktense pencils and water with a brush. Normally the Inktense pencils would be permanent after wetting them but they were still workable since they were applied over acrylics so I sprayed the canvas with Krylon Workable Fixatif. Next I adhered the printed girl and covered the whole piece with decoupage glue. Some paper flowers were added last. It was fun creating on the canvas surface...I'll be doing more of these for sure.
Here are 2 cards that I will also share using Go God’s Way and Go With. They pair so well together!
I kept the first card CAS and I love how it came together in simplicity.

A sweet friend of mine has a pink “bug” and a heart that follows the Lord so I made my second card in her honor.

Have a great day!

Happy Birthday!

I'm always struggling with male cards. It's hard to find stamps and images that are suitable for a man. But when I saw the car from the new 'Go Gods Way' set I knew it would be great for a male card. So this is the first card I made with the set.
I stamped the image on watercolor paper and made a couple of mountains with a fineliner. I colored the image with watercolor markers and die cut the panel. I wanted to make a birthday card and I love the lettering from the 'Spring Blossoms' set so I decided to use it for this card. I adhered the panel with foam tape on a fun patterned paper and added everything on a kraft colored card.

I used the stamp sets Spring Blossoms and Go God's Way.

- Lucinde


Go With God!

Are you enjoying the new printable/devotional combos from Sweet N Sassy as much as I am? This month the Go God's Way Printable Bundle with Devotional reminds us to go where God leads us and it is fabulous! While the set is fun for Bible Journaling, I LOVE the outlines because I LOVE coloring - it is so relaxing!

Today I created 2 scenes with the outline elements. The sentiment in the set is really powerful and it felt like a fit for my cards so I typed it up and used it for both of them.

The first card uses the sitting lady and the stack of suitcases.

 The second one used the bicycle - which I put on a sidewalk.

Both of these cards are clean and simple but I really love them! I hope this inspires you to create a scene of your own!



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