Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Word Art Wednesday Challenge - Really Reasonable Ribbon

Hello Delightful friends!
Hope everyone had a blessed Resurrection Sunday!  We had a wonderful service and was so nice to see so many people that were visiting from out of the area.  Well it's Wednesday so that means it's time for our twice monthly challenge at Word Art Wednesday.  The sponsor for this challenge is the very faithful Really Reasonable Ribbon  and here is the link to their BLOG, we are all so grateful for our sponsors! 

Don't forget to play along and upload a new crafty project at Word Art Wednesday for the Anything Goes - Family Friendly challenge.  You can enter up to five new projects a week for a opportunity to win our sponsor's prize.

Here is my card for a little inspiration and if you have a moment check my last card and see how I've stepped it up a bit using the same stamp but this time I used the coordinating stencil and I'll give you more details at the end of the post.

Scripture Art for the week: 


I stamped the background stamp Flower Patch (Taylored Expressions) with Toffee Ink (TE), then using the coordinating layering stencil I added the following colors (first, since I've used the Toffee card stock (TE) I'm going to stencil each layer with Sugar Cube (TE - technique from Heather Nichols) after it dries (because its a pigment ink) I will stencil each layer with the following inks: Granny Smith, Guava, Pineapple (all TE).  Next I die cut, using the Stitched Rectangle Die (Lawn Fawn) the center, creating a frame for the base.  I cut out 3 more of the rectangles in white card stock, to pop up the center focal piece then adhered them together.  Before adhering them to the base, I added the hemp cording and tied a bow.  Next I die cut the Scripture Art using Stitched Scallop Circle (Cottage Cutz) and also a piece of vellum.  With my stencil brush, I gentle inked the edges without re-inking for just a touch of color. I then adhered the two pieces together and added it to the card.

Thanks so much for visiting and may God richly bless you this week.

Natalie 💕

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