Masculine Baptism Card

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***NOTE*** The quote is by Havner…not Haver. Ooops will have to fix it!

Tomorrow there are two adult males and two juvenile male getting baptized at church. Part of the card ministry at church is to give cards at these special moments in someone’s life so this is the card the adult males will receive.

CHALLENGES:

1) Critter Sketch Challenge #120 – Use the sketch provided as inspiration for your project.

This is the card the juvenile (8 and 7 yoa) males will get. The card was inspired by Stella Says Sketch Challenge #11.

This is what is inside:

You’re taking this step of faith

In obedience to the Lord

To be baptized in His precious name

And heed the Master’s call

To rise up with faith in God

And go where He may lead

To share God’s love to everyone

And touch them in their need

May God pour out His blessings

Upon your life today

So you may walk in His abundance

As you commit to Him your way

Keep on trusting in the Lord

No matter what you face

And keep your eyes on Jesus Christ

And live in His sweet grace.

M.S. Lowndes

SUPPLIES:

Quote by Havner Card

Stamps/Images: Prayer Journal Clear Acrylic Stamps @ Clear Dollar Stamps, Quote from the internet
Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill, Patterned Paper – Fancy Pants (Summer’s end collection)
Inks/Markers: Memento – Rich Cocoa
Accents/Tools: pop dots, pearls
Challenge: Critter Sketch Challenge #120

Cross card

Stamps/Images: Become New Digital Image @ Clear Dollar Stamps

Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill, Patterned Paper – Lily bee design

Accents/Tools: pop dots, Cricut, Basic George Cricut Cartridge, Lasting Impressions Green Brads,

Techniques: Printed cross on colored cardstock and cut it out.

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Clearly Inspired Challenge #54

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Man, it has been a little while since I have had time to play in the Clearly Inspired Challenge over at Clear Dollar Stamp’s Blog. Since I was on vacation this week I was determined to play. The challenge is a color challenge….are you up to it!?!

I used the December Flower of the Month Digital Stamp – Poinsettia. I lifted another card from Christina MacLaren – CASE STUDY Challenge #95 Card. I promise I’m not stalking her but I love her style!! She makes the cutest cards and they just seem to be perfect for what I’m needing at the time. So thanks Christina for being such an AWESOME inspiration to me!

CHALLENGES:

1) Clearly Inspired Challenge # 54 (CIC54) – Color Challenge – Red, White, Green

SUPPLIES:

Stamps/Images: December Flower of the Month Digital Image @ Clear Dollar Stamps

Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill, Patterned Paper – Pebbles Inc. (Holiday Stripes)

Accents/Tools: jewels, pop dots, chipboard, Martha Stewart punch, Cuttlebug embossing folder

Techniques: Paper Pieced Image

Let’s Celebrate!

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If you are just joining us head on over and start at the beginning on Lori’s Blog. If you just came from Linda’s Blog – The Stamper’s Touch you are in the right spot. For hopping along with us One lucky winner will receive a $25 Clear Dollar Stamps gift certificate for  digital images!   The Winner will be randomly chosen from comments received on a DT member’s blog. The winner will be announced on my Blog and the CDS blog  Thursday, June 21, 2012.

This months challenge was “CELEBRATE!!”

As usual Linda left it up to us to interpret it how we wanted to even though her version of CELEBRATE was colored in red, white, and blue.

I have made several things lately in my tutorials that had to do with the Fourth of July….see Rocket in the Fourth and T-shirt Rub-ons

so I decided to CELEBRATE another occasion…. MARRIAGE!!

This card was made for a couple at church that just got married.

As soon as I saw the sketch at Seems a Little Sketchy I thought “Wedding Card” so

since that is what I was making I just had to use it!

I had to change it up a little as I didn’t have the

awesome loop design they had at the bottom.

You made it!! You are at the end of the blog hop!

Thanks for taking a HOP around all the blogs. Hope you left comments on all the blogs as you never know which blogs the winner will be selected from.

Thanks for stopping by and saying hello!

CHALLENGES:

1) Seems a Little Sketchy #15 – Use the sketch as inspiration.

2) Card Crafter’s Circle Challenge #27 – Sentiment. I hope a bible verse counts as a sentiment.

SUPPLIES:

Stamps/Images: Now and Forever Digital Image @ Clear Dollar Stamps

Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill, Patterned Paper – MOD (very old….at least 7 years!!)

Accents/Tools: pearl trim, pop dots, Cricut, Elegant Edges Cricut Cartridge, Martha Stewart border punch, scor-tape

Release Day at Clear Dollar Stamps!

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It’s the 15th of the month!! Which means Clear Dollar Stamps releases their newest Digital Stamps. The designers really nailed it this month with all the gorgeous and fun digital stamps they made.

The first one I played with was Endless Beginnings Digital Stamp. I used the outline version and made my flower red and my highlights of the dove grey. I wasn’t sure how that was going to turn out but I’m happy with the results.

This card was completely inspired by Christina MaClaren’s card she did for the CASE Study Challenge #94 where she “cased/lifted” a card done by Joy Taylor.

CHALLENGES:

1) Card Crafter Circle Challenge #26 – Monochromatic color scheme. I do not do these very often but I love how Christina’s card was done all monochromatic with just texture on her middle layer.

2) Tuesday Throwdown #102 – Critter. I wasn’t sure if they meant bug or animal but the DT used birds in theirs so I figured I was safe with this card!

3) Stampin’ Sisters in Christ Challenge #143 Choose one of the following for your challenge this week…  1) use an image showing action OR… 2) just an image on the front of your card (no sentiment) OR… 3) make an action card (make it move).
I went with #1 an image of action – flying!

The next stamp set I used was Sassy And Fabulous Digital Stamp, which also comes as a Clear Acrylic Stamp.

(Eeekk! I just saw that I forgot to cut out the back piece of the yellow heel! Off to fix it!)

CHALLENGES:

1) Made Fresh Daily Wednesday Rewind #7 – Every Wednesday she will post a card that she made from a couple months ago up to a couple years and she will lift the card.  Then players are to Lift the card also! You can turn it, add to it, take away from it, as long as she can still see the original sketch in your card! Check this challenge out as she is really talented and has great cards to lift!!

SUPPLIES:

Endless Beginnings
Stamps/Images: Endless Beginngings
Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill
Inks/Markers: Tombow (green 158, red 856, light pink 850, gray N55)
Accents/Tools: Cricut, Elegant Edges Cricut Cartridge, pop dots, white floss, Scor-pal

Sassy and Fabulous

Stamps/Images: Sassy & Fabulous Digital Stamps
Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill (white), Patterned Paper – Pebbles (Hip Hip Hooray collection), Orange Paper – Bo Bunny (Homespun collection)
Inks/Markers: printed on my Canon inkjet printer
Accents/Tools: brads, pop dots, flower punch, circle punch, xyron 510 sticker maker
Techniques: Paper piecing

Father’s Day Card

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Here is one we made in card class. I made it so it could say “dad” or “husband”. Inside says “It’s a million little things”

CHALLENGES:

1) Card Makin Mamas Challenge #47 – Father’s Day.

SUPPLIES:

Cardstock/Papers: Cardstock – Bazzill, Patterned Paper -Ta Da Creative Studios (Groovilicious, Jumpin Java, Hoop Dee Doo)

Inks/Markers: Tombow Jumbo Java ink to ink edges

Accents/Tools: pop dots, traced arrow and cut it out

Rocket into the Fourth of July

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If you want to know how to make this please stop by my tutorial at Clearly iStamp.

CHALLENGE:

1) Creative Inspirations #167 – Trooping the colour – red, white and blue

2) Crafty Cardmakers #70 – Anything but a card, tag or ATC. I made a door/window decoration in time for the Fourth of July!! One of my favorite holidays!!