Wednesday, March 11, 2015

God Bless

Hi everyone!

Today's card is one I made with some new things I found at our local craft store last Saturday. They had a spring Expo with demo's and all the new products. It was fun to see all the new stamps and dies!

I came home with a few Paper Smooches products, the church die and Spiritual Sampler stamp set. I bought the die to make some easy Easter cards with some residents I volunteer with at a local assisted living center. I think it's big enough for them to easily adhere to a card.

 BUT before I got going on that idea, I made several cards just for fun!

I'm entering this at:

Paper Smooches colors, stamps, and dies


Virginia's view embossed frames

March Challenge: All Things Embossed

 Friday Mashup # 43 something new (church die) #138 something dry embossed (frames)

Have a great day!

Paper: SU
Ink: SU black
Stamps: Paper Smooches Spiritual Sampler
Dies: Paper Smooches, Impression Obsession frames


Yoonsun Hur said...

Beautiful card Laurie! God bless you all!!

KT Fit Kitty said...

What a lovely card! Great CAS style and I like your new die! I'm new to the Friday Mashup but I joined the 200th celebration too!

!neke said...

Beautiful that church !
Great card !
greetings Ineke

brrenwick said...

What a fun card! Great job mashing up the challenges! Thanks for joining in our Friday Mashup Celebration!

D- said...

Your card is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
I spotted you over at Friday Mash Up.
Crafty hugs,
DesignsByDragonfly {blogspot}

Lisa said...

Lovely CAS card, great job with the challenges!

Thanks for joining the celebration at The Friday Mashup!

Claire Broadwater said...

Laurie, this is beautiful! I adore the church die! XX

Kim P said...

Wonderful way to use those dies! I love the idea of using this as an activity with your assisted living friends! Thanks for helping us celebrate FM#200!

Virginia Lu said...

GREAT inlaid die cut and I love your clean and crisp design! Thanks so much for playing Virginia’s View “All Things Embossed” Challenge! Hope to see your lovely work soon again!