Stampin’ Royalty Color Challenge April 2017

Oh my goodess…..my stampin’ mojo has been OFF friends, and I am so sorry for that. I want to stamp and post everyday but life just hasn’t allowed that recently. I am excited to be sharing this month’s Stampin’ Royalty Color Challenge with you, and I hope you will join us!

And here is my card

Fun technique with split coloring & embossing. Featuring the Birthday Blooms stamp set from Stampin' Up! For more inspiration visit www.faithgracestamp.com

This was a split coloring technique featured at my class last month. It can be a little bit of work but I think it’s worth it!

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TGIF49 April Color Challenge

Happy Monday stampers! I hope you had a great weekend! We had such beautiful weather here and spring is on it’s way.
This week over at TGIF Challenges there is a great color challenge.
Here is my card
I love these colors together! They are gorgeous and I cannot wait to share this card at this month’s Quick and Easy card class on April 11th. The notecards and matching envelops make this a snap.
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ICS Blog Hop – Giving Thanks

It’s the first Wednesday in November and that means another ICS Blog Hop. This month we are giving thanks – and I have so much to be thankful for! I love thinking about gratitude, and how it makes me appreciate what I have in my life.
My card this month was featured at my technique class in October and I thought it was so fitting for this fall theme. I absolutly love the color blocking look and the frame looking out onto the fall scene is adorable!
I used the white shimmer paper for the scene and I wish that you could see it better. It almost looks like frost! This card may look difficult but it was so quick and easy once the block frame was created. I think this technique can be used for any card – I hope you will try it sometime.
Now, it’s time to hop on over to Darla and her sisters blog to see what wonderful projects they have for us this month.
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