Happy Friday evening to all my delightful friends and family!!
Posting this quick-like between batches of Snickerdoodle cookies that are baking. The Youth group at church is having a bake sale tomorrow in town so I thought I'd get some cookies made up for them. Last night my youngest daughter asked me to make a couple of "simple" birthday cards for two little sisters turning 6 and 3 years old. Jakob and Addy will be celebrating with them at the pool (indoor community pool!) tomorrow. So here are my "simple and quick" cards I made.
For both cards I used the exact same stamp set and paper. Stamps: Hero Arts, Cupcakes; Designer Paper: DCWV; Bazzill card stock. This card I also used Liquid Pearls to add "sprinkles" to embellish and Glitz washi tape. Inks used: Memento and Archival in black.
On this card the Spellbinder scallop circle was die cut from the Die-Namics Fishtail Flag that I had previously die cut. The image was stamped on a separate piece of Neenah card stock and colored with Copic markers and adhered to the backside of the flag. I saw something similar on Pinterest so I thought I'd put my own twist to it. I've embellished the flame and flower with Ranger Stickles.
Well that's it for tonight. Mmmm the smell of snickerdoodle cookies are filling my house.... yum! Thankfully, there are a few cookies that didn't turn out "perfect" that I'll just have to keep out of the bake sale, oh rats! So much for my Sweet Empty Calorie post. Which reminds me these cards will be entered in the Friday Splitcoast Stampers challenge Free 4 All which is "Sweet Empty Calories".
And He, bearing His cross, went out to a place called the Place of a Skull, which is called in Hebrew, Golgotha, where they crucified Him, and two others with Him, one on either side, and Jesus in the center. Now Pilate wrote a title and put it on the cross. And the writing was: JESUS OF NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWS. John 19:17-19
Have a blessed weekend and I hope you will consider keeping your focus on the great sacrifice Jesus Christ made for you and because He lives, we can live also.