Joy Clair - Color By Faith Inspirational Blog Hop - Day 2

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Hello everyone!

I am here with Joy Clair with a huge new release!   There are 9 Everyday Sets and 5 new Color By Faith Sets, perfect for the Bible Journaling enthusiast.  So don't miss out on hopping along with us for the next two days, you will want to see what the design team has created. Today I am featuring the new Color by Faith set called "Be a Flamingo".  This set has lots of sentiments and images!  It even has a pineapple.

As always, Joy Clair has an awesome giveaway! Two lucky winners will have a chance to win a $25 Joy Clair gift certificate to spend in the store. To be a winner you must comment on Joy Clair's blog and each Design Team's blog (list is below).

JC_GIFTCARDS


Here is my card:


Here is how I put my card together:
  1. My card is an A2 card (horizontal) measuring 4 1/4 x 5 1/2,
  2. I cut a piece of design paper 4 1/4 x 3 1/2 and adhered it to the base of my card,
  3. I die cut the arch die and left the die on the cut piece and distress the background with  tumbled glass,
  4. I stamped the flamingo with Versafine Onyx Black to have a dark image and scanned it into my computer, I opened my silhouette program and mirrored the image,
  5. I then cut both flamingo's out with my Brother Scan and Cut, and colored them with copics R81, 83 and 85,
  6. I  stamped my sentiment and cut it out and used dimensional's to add it to my card,
  7. I finished my project by adding the heart.
Now come and join us the last day of the blog hop and remember that we always have prizes for our readers and visitors that comment HERE in our corporate blog and in ALL designers blog.

Just left your comments and tell us which is your favorite stamp set of each day!
Here is the complete list of the Everyday Blog Hop:

Let's start the fun!  Just leave your comments and tell us which is your favorite stamp set. 

BLOG HOP LIST:
                                  Donna Idlet -- YOU ARE HERE!
Martha Lucia Gomez
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Joy Clair - Everyday Collection Inspirational Blog Hop - Day 1

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Hello everyone!

I am here with Joy Clair with a huge new release!   So don't miss out on hopping along with us for the next two days, you will want to see what the design team has created. Today I am featuring the new set "October Fun".  This set has five adorable Halloween images dressed up in their costumes and lots of sentiments you could use! 

As always, Joy Clair has an awesome giveaway! Two lucky winners will have a chance to win a $25 Joy Clair gift certificate to spend in the store. To be a winner you must comment on Joy Clair's blog and each Design Team's blog (list is below).

JC_GIFTCARDS


Here is my card:


Here is how I created my card:
  1. My card is an A2 card (vertical) measuring 4 1/4 x 5 1/2,
  2. I cut a piece of cardstock to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2, I die cut a circle on a piece of post it note and used it as a mask to create the moon.  I then took the circle I die cut out and covered the moon and distress the rest of the card with distress inks ( Chip Sapphire, Black Soot, Mustard Seed, Seedless Preserve, Antique Linen and Victorian Velvet).  I sprayed some Shimmer splattered some distress white picket paint onto the finished distress inked piece and adhered this to my card,
  3. I stamped and cut the images out with my Brother Scan and Cut, and then colored them with copics,
  4. I  stamped my sentiment and bats,
  5. Then I added the fence and used dimensional's on the characters to pop them up in front of the fence. 
I hope you enjoy looking at my card as much as I loved making it.  Here is a closer look at the card, can you see the Shimmer Spray I added?


Let's start the fun!  Just leave your comments and tell us which is your favorite stamp set. 

BLOG HOP LIST:
                                 Donna Idlet - YOU ARE HERE!

Thank you so much for stopping by! Enjoy the hop and please come back again soon!  Also, please be sure to come back tomorrow to see the entire Color by Faith Collection and all the New Background sets!!!

Retro Rubber Challenge Blog #69

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Hello everyone!

I'm here with Retro Rubber Challenge Blog and we have another wonderful sketch challenge for you.  I love sketches because it gives you a chance to be creative.  Here is the sketch, I hope you will join the fun.  You have until August 25th to join the challenge.


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The rules to play along with Retro Rubber are very simple, make sure the stamp you use on your project is at least one year or older.   For more details on the rules, you can find them over on Retro Rubber Challenge blog.  Be sure to stop over on the Retro Rubber Challenge blog to get more inspiration, the design team has some wonderful creations!

Here is my take on the sketch!

I am using one of my old but favorite stamp by Stampin Up called "Sail Away", which was released sometime in April 2011 and I believe retired now.  I decided I wanted to create my card horizontally, but still using the sketch.  I cut the two panels, then masked off the top panel to create the sun.  Next I created my background, making the water, mountains and clouds.  I then stamped the boat image and added the birds.  I finished the card off by adding the sentiment. 


Here I am showing you I added some wink of stella to make the water look like it is sparkling.  Can you just image it, sitting in the boat looking at the beautiful water?


Thanks again for stopping by, please don't forget to stop over at the Retro Rubber Challenge blog and join the fun and check out the beautiful projects the design team members have created. You have until June 2nd to join in on the fun! 


Thinking of You

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Hello everyone,

I have a CAS card I am sharing with you today.  My card was inspired by the CASology Challenge this week and the cue word is "Safari".  It was also inspired by the a2z Scrapbooking Challenge this month which is "bright and beautiful".  I think I managed to create both of these challenges.  The sun is bright and beautiful and love the silhouette of the giraffe.  I am using the Hero Arts Birthday Animal Silhouette stamp set and the sentiment came from the Hero Arts Color Layering Water Lillies.

Here is my take on the challenge.


Thank you so much for stopping by, please come back again soon!

Joy Clair - Let's Celebrate

Friday, August 4, 2017

Hello everyone,

I am here with Joy Clair with a birthday card to share with you.  It's the summer time, and it just seems like everyone's birthday is during the summer months.  My granddaughters have lots of birthday party's to attend!

Here is my card I have to share with you today.  It's a cute birthday card that is perfect for a child.  The set is called "Let's Celebrate, it has lots of images you can use.  This set is very versatile.  I chose to just use the balloons on my card today.


Here is a closer look at it....do you see the shimmer?  I used some Shimmer Sparkle spray to get the shine.  


Here is how I put my card together:

1.  An A2 card,
2.  I masked my card off so I would have the distress color in the center of my card,


3.  I added some of the images to my card with ink,
4.  I sprayed my card with Shimmer Spray,
5.  I then cut the balloons out using my Silhouette,
6.  I colored them using Copic markers - these are the colors I used:
R81, 83, 85,  Y17, Y38, YR68, and BV05, 07, 09,
7.  After the Shimmer dried, I adhered the two balloons to the card and added the middle one with dimensionals,
8.  I finished off my card by adding the sentiment.

Have you stopped by the Joy Clair blog to play along with the current challenge which is "anything goes". If not, please come play, Joy Clair will be giving away one $25 gift card to the Joy Clair Store, randomly selected to give everyone a chance to win.

Please follow Joy Clair's facebook page, Color by Faith Bible Journaling facebook page, Instagram and Twitter, be the first to hear the news, sales and giveaways! They also have a Pinterest page and Youtubechannel for your inspiration!

Thanks so much for stopping by, please leave me a comment if you like my project, I love reading them. If you are not a follower, please follow my blog to stay up to date on what's going on.

A Blog Named Hero with WOW!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Hello everyone!

I am here with A Blog Named Hero and we are collaborating with WOW this month!  WOW has many products, today I am featuring their embossing powders, embossing glitters  and foil.  I had so much fun using their products, I could not just make one card.  I have three here to share with you today.  Please stop by A Blog Named Hero's blog tomorrow for more inspiration and a new challenge!

Here are my cards:


All my cards are A2 cards.  This card,  I am using Hero Arts "Drippy Lines Bold Print" background stamp.  I inked the stamp with WOW embossing pad and then embossed with WOW "Unicorn Magic".  I also stamped the butterfly twice from the Hero Arts "Die and Stamp - Butterfly" and embossed it with the WOW "Unicorn Magic" then I colored the butterfly with Prismacolor Colored Pencils and added some clear Wink of Stella. I then stamped the Happy Birthday from the Hero Arts "Year Round Sentiments" with the WOW "Metallic Gold Rich" Super Fine embossing powder and adhered it to my card.  I finished my card off by adding some sequins.



My next card is one of my favorite stamps by Hero Art called "Leafy Vines".  I again inked the stamp using the WOW embossing pad and added the WOW glitter embossing powder called "Princess Pink".  I added the sentiment from the Hero Arts "Many Everyday Messages" stamp set and embossed it with WOW "Red Pearl".  A clean and simple card, but elegant!  This card would be perfect for a wedding.


My last card, I am using the WOW "Bright Silver" Foil, this picture doesn't show all the details of the beautiful foil.  I don't own a laser printer, so I stamped the Hero Arts Leafy Vine stamp with black Archival Ink on some white cardstock and took the image to Staples and had them make a few copies on their laser copier (they didn't charge me anything because I brought my own paper).  I then added the foil to the laser copy and ran it through my Laminator.  I added my sentiment from Hero Arts "Many Everyday Messages" stamp set.  I embossed it with the WOW "Opaque Seafoam White".

I hope I have inspired you in some way to get those embossing materials out and have fun!  Thank you so much for stopping by, please come back again soon.

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Joy Clair - Color Inspirational Challenge

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Hello everyone!

I am here with Joy Clair and we have a new challenge for this month, every month Joy Clair has a challenge starting at the beginning of the month.  There may be an inspiration photo, but the challenges are "Anything Goes".  Joy Clair will be giving away one $25 gift card to the Joy Clair Store, randomly selected to give everyone a chance to win.

Here is the inspiration photo and my card for your inspiration:

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My card is a clean and simple one.  I am using the Joy Clair stamp sets "Uh-Oh Ink Spatter" and
 "Hello Sentiments".  I used ink colors that were from the inspiration photo, I then stamped my sentiment and finished my card off with some bling from my stash.



The Joy Clair rules are very simple, you can use any stamp set, the them is  Anything Goes, post your project on your personal blog or an online gallery and link back to Joy Clair.
  • MUST directly link to the Joy Clair blog in your post. (Or entry will not count)
  • Projects must be NEW, no back linking, please.
  • Number of entries is unlimited.
  • Add a direct link to your project using the InLinkz below.
Please follow Joy Clair's facebook pageColor by Faith Bible Journaling facebook pageInstagram and Twitter, be the first to hear the news, sales and giveaways! They also have a Pinterest page and Youtube channel for your inspiration!

Thanks so much for stopping by, please leave me a comment if you like my card, I love reading them. If you are not a follower, please follow my blog to stay up to date on what's going on.




Gina K Designs –Inspiration Blog Hop – Day 2

Tuesday, August 1, 2017





Hello everyone!

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets by Gina K! This month, we are celebrating the release of the Boho Flowers mini kit and three other stamp sets by Gina K Designs! These sets are Wise Old Owl, Peony Wishes and the new incentive set Grand Greetings. We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today, we are featuring the new stamp sets Wise Old Owl, Peony Wishes and the new incentive set Grand Greetings.

You will have so much fun creating so many varieties of cards using these images and sentiments. Here is everything that comes in the kit:





Enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop. Ready for some inspiration? Here are a few of the projects I have created for today’s hop:

Here are some cards I created using the Wise Old Owl stamp set.  I decided to make some note cards so I could use all the owls, and I had some cut pieces that I thought was perfect for this.  I used the Gina K Design Die Set on each card.  I colored the owls with copics.



GKD Supplies Used:
Stamp Set - GKD Wise Old Owl
GKD Ink: GKD Black Onyx
GKD Pure Luxury Cardstock -Black and layering White
Petite Patterns 6x6 Pattern Paper Pack
Tools: GKD Small & Large Circle, Oval, Rectangle and 
Square Foil-Mates Die Sets, MistiThermoweb Sticky Dot Runner
Thermoweb 3D1/4" Foam Squares
Other:  Misti , Copics and black enamel dots

I love this Peony Wishes stamp set, I'm not very good at coloring flowers, but I think I did a pretty good job.  I also used copics on this card.


GKD Supplies Used:
Stamp Set - GKD Peony Wishes
GKD Pure Luxury Cardstock -Black, Jelly Bean Green 
and White
Ink:  Memento Black and GKD Black Onyx
Other:  Thermoweb Sticky Dot Runner, 
Thermoweb 3D1/4" Foam Squares, 
Copics:  BV0000, 00, 01, 02, 04, YG03, 17, 67, w2
Tools: Misti

This is a pretty clean and simple card, I used Gina K inks and Stencil to create the background.  I stamp the sentiment from the Grand Greetings stamp set and embossed with Gina K's Fine Detail Black embossing powder.  You can get free this set free with a $75 order from the Gina K Store.  


GKD Supplies Used:
Stamps: Grand Greetings
Ink: GKD Black Onyx, Lovely Lavendar, Ocean Mist,
and Jelly Bean Green
Paper: GKD Pure Luxury Card Stock - White & Black
Embossing Powder: GKD Fine Black
Other: Sequins, Thermoweb Sticky Dot Runner, 
Thermoweb 3D1/4" Foam Squares



If you missed the StampTV release party last week, here are a couple of cards I made using the stamp sets above




Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast & Crew:

Gina K
Beth Silaika
Cathy Tidwell
Chris Dayton
Claire Brennan
Donna Idlet
Juliana Michaels
Karen Hightower
Laurie Schmidlin
Melanie Muenchinger
Rema DeLeeuw
Sean Fetterman
Sheri Gilson
Silke Ledlow
Susie Moore
Theresa Momber

Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.

Thank you for stopping by!



Curtain Call Challenge - Herb Garden

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Hello everyone,

So happy to join the Curtain Call Challenge today as guest designer after my card won the Red, White & Blue challenge a couple of challenges ago.  Thank you Curtain Call for having me!  Here is the inspiration photo:





Here is my take on the challenge:

I started out with some watercolor paper and cut it to size, I used some water color paint to make my background.  I splattered some Tim Holtz distress ink on the background and after it dried I added my sentiment from WPlus 9 Hand Lettered Thanks set.  I then die cut the foliage from the My Favorite Things Bold Greenery and added some Tim Holtz distress Spray stain Peeled Paint and then added some Imagine Fireworks Spray - Pear Tart to give them some shimmer.  I adhered the leaves to my card and finished it off with some sequins.



Thank you so much for stopping by, please come back again soon!

Retro Rubber Challenge Blog #61

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Hello everyone!

I hope you are enjoying your summer thus far!  I can't believe it is August already, boy does the time fly when you are having fun.  I am here with Retro Rubber Challenge Blog and we have a new challenge and it is an inspiration photo which is below. 

The rules to play along with Retro Rubber are very simple, make sure the stamp you use on your project is at least one year or older.   For more details on the rules, you can find them over on Retro Rubber Challenge blog.  Be sure to stop over on the Retro Rubber Challenge blog to get more inspiration, the design team has some wonderful creations!


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Here is my take on the challenge:

I am using two stamp sets from Lawn Fawn, the plaid is called "Gingham Backdrop which was released in the Spring of 2015.  The watermelons and ants are from another set by Lawn Fawn called "Happy Summer" which was released in June 2012.   I have had these stamps in my stash for quite a while so I was so happy I could use them in this challenge!  The inspiration of the red plaid table cloth in the photo really helped me create this card.  I started out with an A2 card, I stamped the plaid with Stampin Up Real Red ink and used some blue distress ink at the top.  I then stamped the ants above the plaid, stamped the watermelon with black memento ink and die cut them out and colored them with copics (R35, 46 and 59).  I added the watermelons with dimensions.  I stamped the sentiment and added it to the card.


Thanks again for stopping by, please don't forget to stop over at the Retro Rubber Challenge blog and join the fun and check out the beautiful projects the design team members have created. You have until August 11th to join in on the fun! 

Entered my card in the following challenge:

Gina K Designs –Inspiration Blog Hop – Day 1

Monday, July 31, 2017

Hello everyone!

The Cast and Crew for Gina K Designs welcomes you to another fabulous blog hop celebrating the new stamp sets by Gina K! This month, we are celebrating the release of the Boho Flowers mini kit and three other stamp sets by Gina K Designs! These sets are Wise Old Owl, Peony Wishes and the new incentive set Grand Greetings. We hope to inspire you with some beautiful card projects as you hop along to each of the designer’s blogs! Today, we are featuring the new Boho Flowers mini kit.

You will have so much fun creating so many varieties of cards using these images and sentiments. Here is everything that comes in the kit:


Enjoy the gorgeous inspiration samples from the team and then comment on each blog for your chance to win a $50 Gina K Designs gift certificate! To see who won, check the Big News Forum at StampTV a few days after the hop. Ready for some inspiration? Here are a few of the projects I have created for today’s hop:


GKD Supplies Used:
Stamps: Boho Flowers from the Mini Kit
Ink: GKD Black Onyx, Lovely Lavendar, Ocean Mist, 
and Jelly Bean Green
Paper:  GKD Pure Luxury Card Stock - White & Black
Embossing Powder: GKD Fine White
Other: Clear Dew Drops, Thermoweb Sticky Dot Runner,
Glossy Accent


GKD Supplies Used:
Stamps: Boho Flowers from the Mini Kit
Ink: GKD Black Onyx 
Paper:  GKD Pure Luxury Card Stock - White, Black
and Lovely Lavendar
Tools:  Misti
Other: sequins, Thermoweb Sticky Dot Runner, 
clear wink of stella, copics:  G40, 43, 46, BV0000, 00, 01, 02
B00, 02, 04

If you missed the StampTV release party last week, here are a couple of cards I made using the stamp sets above



GKD Supplies Used:
Stamps: Boho Flowers from the Mini Kit
Ink: GKD Black Onyx
Paper:GKD Pure Luxury Card Stock - White & Black
Tools:Large Circle Foil-Mates Die Set, Misti
Embossing Powder: GKD Fine White
Other: rhinestones, Thermoweb Sticky Dot Runner



GKD Supplies Used:
Stamps: Boho Flowers from the Mini Kit
Ink: GKD Black Onyx
Paper:GKD Pure Luxury Card Stock - White & Black
Dies: GKD You die and GKD Boho Flowers Die Set
Other: black enamel dots, Misti, Thermoweb Sticky Dot Runner
Copics:  copics:  G40, 43, 46, BV0000, 00, 01, 02, B00, 02, 04

Ready for more awesome creations?! Just click on the links below for more from Gina and the Cast & Crew:

Gina K
Beth Silaika
Cathy Tidwell
Chris Dayton
Claire Brennan
Donna Idlet YOU ARE HERE
Juliana Michaels
Karen Hightower
Laurie Schmidlin
Melanie Muenchinger
Rema DeLeeuw
Sean Fetterman
Sheri Gilson
Silke Ledlow
Susie Moore
Theresa Momber

Don’t forget to pop over to the Gina K Designs Store and check out all of the new products available this month in the “What’s New” section at http://www.ginakdesigns.com.

Thank you for stopping by!



Joy Clair - Quick Quotes Promotion!

Wednesday, July 26, 2017






Hello everyone!

I  am so excited about this post! Joy Clair and Quick Quotes have joined together for a promotion and a giveaway! It's Day three of the promotion, if you have not stopped by Day 1 and 2, please check out the wonderful projects from the design team.  Joy Clair and Quick Quotes will be giving away a $25 gift certificate!

Now onto my project, I decided to change it up a little and I have created a portfolio with the Quick Quotes products and Joy Clair stamps. The portfolio measures 8 1/4 x 5 1/4. I started out with using the design paper from Quick Quotes to cover the front and back panels with the design paper which is from the Anchors Await Collection.

I created the frame with some blue card stock. I die cut the center and added some chipboard to the blue panel and inked the edges with Quotes Powder Puff ink and then added the family quote from the Quick Quotes Family & Special Moments Vellum Strips. I used my 5" Xyron to put adhesive on the back of the vellum. I used foam tape to pop the panel up into the frame. I then had some "nautical" items in my stash and I added the rope and shells to the front. I stamped and colored the mermaid from the Joy Clair Stamp Set called "Seas the Day". I added some mini rhinestones to look like bubbles coming from the mermaid.



These are the first two pages, I cut some Quick Quotes design paper and covered the pages which measures 7 1/2 x 4 1/2.  The pocket measures 3 1/2 x 4 1/2, the card measures 5 x 4.  The quote on the front of the card is from the Anchors Aweigh Strip.  The right hand page I added a 1/2 stripe down the side and only adhered the top and bottom.  You could add some pictures or post cards under the strip if you do not want to adhere them down.  At the bottom right hand corner I stamped an image from the Joy Clair Bible Journaling Collection Anchor of Hope set.  


Here is what the portfolio looks like opened.


The next pages are the same measurements as the pages above.  The quote on the front of the card is from the Anchors Aweigh Strip. The image stamped on the right hand page is also from the Joy Clair Bible Journaling Collection Anchor of Hope set.


The last two pages are the same measurements as the first pages.  The design paper on the left hand side is from Quick Quotes 49 Shades of Grey Collection.  I used the quotes from the Quick Quotes Anchors Aweigh Strip.  The quote on the left hand side, I adhered it to the page on the ends so I could fit the frame under it.  The frame measures 4 1/4 x 3 7/8.  I added a layer of white on the frame and stamped the image on the bottom from the Joy Clair Everyday set Seas the Day.  On the right hand side, again I left the middle open so the tags could fit under it.  I stamped some images on the bottom of the tags from the Seas the Day set also.  The memories is from the Quick Quotes Family & Special Moments Vellum Strips.  You will see the tags in the video below.


Here is a short video so you can see the details of the portfolio.

Please follow Joy Clair's facebook page, Color by Faith Bible Journaling facebook page, Instagram and Twitter, be the first to hear the news, sales and giveaways! They also have a Pinterest page and Youtube channel for your inspiration!

Thank you for stopping by and please come back again soon!

Happy 5th Anniversary CASology!

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Happy Anniversary CASology!


I am popping in to play along with CASology challenge, which the cue card word is "balloon".  They are also celebrating their 5th Anniversary.   When I saw the cue word, I knew exactly which stamp set I was going to use.  This stamp set if from MFT Stamps called Cupcake Day.


Here is my take on the cue card.


How I put my card together:

I first stamped and die cut the little girl.  I colored her skin with copic markers, E31, 35, 57 and 79.  I then stamped the image on design paper by MFT called Proper Pinstripes Pastels and Itsy Bitsy Polka Dots Pastels.  I fuzzy cut the dress out and paper pierced it on the image.  I colored the cupcake and balloon with copics BV00, 01, 02 and added some clear wink of stella.  I used my tape runner and glued her down and added the sentiment.  A CAS card!  

Thank you so much for stopping by!



RETRO RUBBER CHALLENGE #67 - Over the Rainbow

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Hello everyone!

Welcome to another challenge with Retro Rubber Challenge Blog!  Our theme is "rainbow". Below is an inspirational photo for you to use.  Retro Rubber challenges are very simple, make sure the stamp set is over a year old. If we feel you are using newer stamps, you may be disqualified from the challenge without notification. For more details on the rules, you can find them over on Retro Rubber Challenge blog.

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Here is my card, I am using a stamp set from Hero Arts called Brush Strokes which is retired, but I believe it was release sometime in September 2012.  The sentiment is from the My Favorite Things Birthday Greeting which was released sometime in 2012.


Details on how I made my card:

1.  I started out with an A2 card (4 1/4 x 5 1/2),

2.  The top layer I die cut from the Rectangle Lawn Fawn stitched dies,

3.  I cut the black layer at 4 x 5 1/4,

4.  I used the painted brush from the Hero Arts Brush Stokes in different colors of the rainbow,

5.  I stamped my sentiment from the MFT Birthday Greetings,

6.  I finished my card off by adding different colors of enamel dots.

Thanks again for stopping by, please don't forget to stop over at the Retro Rubber Challenge blog and join the fun and check out the beautiful projects the design team members have created. You have until July 28th to join in on the fun!




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