Thursday, June 9, 2016

Addicted to Stamps & More #197 - Make Your Mark


I'm popping in tonight after an exhausting week! Wow. I've been running kiddos all over and spent most of my days in the car between their summer activities. Thankfully, this isn't going on all summer (I wouldn't allow it, for one!) and it has been a good week. We are just all worn out. :) We will probably crash tomorrow!

I wanted to share my card for the current Addicted To Stamps & More Challenge - Make Your Mark.With all the craziness, I didn't schedule my post! Eeks!

There is also a super fun sponsor:

We have a lovely sponsor from A Day For Daisies:

 Prize is: $ 12.00 Gift Certificate

I played around with a Flourishes stamp set that is new to me. I colored it with Copic markers, used my Silhouette Pix Scan to cut it out, and mounted it with foam tape. The sentiment is Simon Says Stamp die and stamp. I die cut about 1,000 "prayers" from scrap brown cardstock and layered them together for more dimension. ; )~   I stamped the rest of the sentiment on a small strip and layered it up over the edge. The background is stamped with MFT's Typewriter Text in Daffodil ink and die cut using the MiniScallop rectangle from MFT. The very back panel is die cut using Blueprints 13.
It turned out super cute. The lighting really didn't show it off properly in my photos (even after several attempts. Drat. The struggle is real!) ; )
Thanks SO much for stopping by to visit! Please check out the fun over at the Addicted To Stamps and More challenge!
God Bless,
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  1. Sounds as though you need a holiday from the holiday activities!
    Love your design with the text background. :)

  2. What a beautiful bowl of flowers, Mandy! Lovely colors, and a fantastic background, too! hugs, de

  3. I love all the layers and pretty blooms!

  4. I love all the layers and pretty blooms!

  5. Just gorgeous! Love the layers and colors!
    Lilian DT teamie
    The Leaf Studio

  6. This is fabulous!!! Every element goes perfectly with the rest :) Really like how the 1,000 layers of the "prayers" makes the word pop!! ;)

  7. Lovely and just so well put together - every detail just makes it SHINE and it would be of a real comfort to the receiver - full of hope and prettiness!!


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