Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Easter Blessings Week and Something Sweet!

I have been loving using the new Stamp Simply Clear Stamp Sets, just released! They are beautiful sets--the fonts are gorgeous 
and the sentiments/verses powerful!

Let me tell you about my design and check below 
for the promised "something sweet..."


Let's start with the base of the card. The decorator paper used is Graphic 45's "Time to Flourish 8 x 8" Classic." I wanted to add a bit of texture and glimmer so used Tim Holtz' "Flourish" stencil, Studio 490 White Embossing Paste, and Stampendous Crystal Ultra Fine Translucent Glitter directly on the decorator paper. Just sprinkle the glitter onto the embossing paste while it is still wet.

A bit of Tim Holtz Distress ink in Walnut Stain is smudged along the edge of the card.




I did make my flowers (once again using white coffee filters)  Spellbinder's "Cinch and Go Flowers" dies. The pretty stamens are white pearl by Marion Smith Designs. I added a bit of the glitter onto the blossoms as well.



I stamped the verse from the Stamp Simply Clear "He Has Risen" stamp set with Versafine Onyx Black ink, then die cut it with Spellbinders Classic Oval dies and layered it onto the base with a Thermoweb 3D Foam Strip. 

A Seam Binding bow (Cameo Beige made with an Original Bow Easy) and Stick Pin by Darsie (Shabby Chic Pink Collection) finishes this design.


Here's a shot of the inside sentiment in the card:





Here's a look at the new sets:


Both sets of Stamp Simply Clear Beatitudes found HERE

Both Easter sets found HERE

Now, for the "Something Sweet...!"

Blog candy is offered with today's post-- you can choose either ONE of the new stamp sets from the new release shown above -or- $15.00 of your choice of product from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. Just comment on this post answering the question: What type of cards do you like to see on this blog-- CAS (Clean and Simple) --or-- vintage, shabby? International viewers are welcome to play along. The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store ships internationally daily. 

All comments through midnight EST Saturday, March 12 will be considered and a winner will be announced next Sunday morning, March 13. 


All linked products are from The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.


I hope that you are enjoying "Easter Blessings Week." Thank you for stopping by and be certain to continue to check the Stamp Simply Ribbon Store blog and Design Team posts and ideas; 
have a great remainder to your week!

18 comments:

NancyB said...

This card is absolutely stunning! It has everything I love on a card: ribbon, glitter, flourishes and flowers! I'm all about shabby and vintage! I must try to make those flowers using coffee filters. They are gorgeous!

joy said...

I love this beautiful card, Deb! And, I love seeing this type of card on any blog, because I am amazed to see so many layers and elements come together so cohesively. Thanks for the inspiration.

Regina Hamilton said...

Your card is absolutely stunning. I love everything about it.

BJ Searcy said...

Beautiful card, those flowers are absolutely gorgeous! I love shabby card, and vintage cards, oh, and clean and simple. Have a blessed day.

Linda Batson said...

The card is beautiful so that means you guessed it I like the vintage look.

Cynthia Daugherty said...

Beautiful card to highlight a truthful message! I like the vintage look for special
holidays and clean and simple for other days or when the sentiment needs to be the
focal point.

Sue D said...

Gorgeous card--love the beautiful flowers. I like to see both kinds of cards. I tend to make CAS but appreciate seeing vintage/shabby.

cjgusloff57 said...

Beautiful Easter card!Love the flowers! I like to see both kinds of cards, but vintage is a favorite of mine.

Sherry said...

GORGEOUS!!!! love your card!!I would have to say cas.

jan metcalf said...

I do love the combination of forts, script and block!

Rosie said...

Love your card with all the differentials.

Tricia T said...

What a gorgeous card!! I love seeing all different styles, don't you? I have such a hard time pulling off what you do so beautifully!!

Dave Peckat said...

This is a beautiful card. I love everything about it and especially the scripture verse. It is a powerful verse that gives us help for difficult times. my greatest blessing is that I am a child of the King who knew me before the world was created and yet He still chose to create me a worthless sinner that He died for to give me Eternal Life.

Darlene G said...

I absolutely love your card. Whatever style you call it is the one I like!!

Ema said...

Deb,
He is risen indeed!!! Me a sinner saved by grace because of his sacrifice on the cross and His resurrection. How great a love! !
So blessed to have found u designers on the Internet. Absolutely stunning card. ~blessings, Louise

Ema said...

Deb,
He is risen indeed!!! Me a sinner saved by grace because of his sacrifice on the cross and His resurrection. How great a love! !
So blessed to have found u designers on the Internet. Absolutely stunning card. ~blessings, Louise

McStamper said...

What a beautiful card. I am wondering what you used to make the flowers. They are so gorgeous.

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LC said...

Stunning card! I love the beautiful flowers and your soft color palette. I think it's always fun to see a mix of styles. You are obviously very creative and talented. I'm sure that you inspire many with your wonderful creations.