The Atlantic Hearts Sketch sent me looking for something to cluster in a group of three. Reverse Confetti's Rose Garden is a favorite for pretty paper posies. I inked them in bright colors and cut them with matching dies. The black panel is cut using a Reverse Confetti Lacy Scalloped Frame, and the scalloped square is from MFT. My scrap bin contained a length of gingham ribbon just right for wrapping around the base.
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The House that Stamps Built (Tic-Tac-Toe---Ribbon, Bright Colors, Die Cuts)
Word Art Wednesday
What gorgeous details are included in the Inspired By photo this week! I was drawn to search my stash for papers with wood grain, a few flowers, and shades of aqua and peach. Verve's Each Day provided a beautifully scripted sentiment and Reverse Confetti's Cross die just fit the theme. The paper I used for the sentiment panel includes touched of shiny embossing. Using the Misti helped the sentiment cover more evenly.
May this scripture be a prayer of blessing over all who hope in the Lord,
I just love this week's Sunday Sketch, and Reverse Confetti's "Donut You Know?" is such a fun and versatile set. The witty sayings fit a variety of occasions, and there are three shapes of sprinkles in the set of die cuts. The "donut hole" is an option...leave it out and you have a cute cookie!
So glad to have a little time for ink and paper this weekend!
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Happy, happy Friday everyone! A big welcome to the first challenge of 2018 and also to the new DT members at Jo's Scrap Shack. The design team is showcasing projects featuring files from the Cutting Cafe. Please visit so see what fun things can be created with Cutting Cafe products, and please take time to link up your own anything goes projects.
My Valentine gift box utilized the Skinny Tube Box SVG file that comes with several window and lid options. Not having an acetate panel, I backed the heart shaped windows with red paper and added some bee die cuts and a "be mine" sentiment from Verve. It's filled with Lindor Truffles, which my Valentine loves!
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This week is School Counselor Appreciation Week, and I wanted to make a card for the occasion. The verse from Verve's Scripture Medley Five is a perfect way to say thanks to our kind-hearted counselor.
Lots on my plate now, so I will keep this brief, giving thanks for a sweet co-worker and for a little time to create.
Isn't the Sunday Stamps palette beautiful? It's perfect inspiration for one of my last few Valentines. The pink papers are from an aptly named collection called "Bee Mine" and the cute little dies just arrived in my mailbox from Paper Smooches. I loved insetting the wings and stripes with shiny golden poster posterboard.