Let's keep things rolling with another amazing new set for our April release at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps!
Today we are sharing a very special stamp set! Unfortunately, a lot of us have been touched by a severe illness of some kind. And while it's difficult to know what to do during those times to help someone dealing with these situations, there's one thing we can do as crafters and that's send an uplifting an encouraging creation!
We are thrilled to introduce a beautiful scripture sentiment set by artist Melissa Baker-Nguyen called ENDURING LOVE!
This gorgeous set features seven lovely scripture verses in a combination of sweet fonts and will look beautiful as the focal point of your card or as an addition to an image. We are pleased to say that a portion of the sales from this stamp set will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.
Be sure to check out all the lovely samples using the new ENDURING LOVE stamp set as you hop around the Krafty blogs today! You'll see the list of Krafty design team members and Krafty Guests below and be sure to leave some love at each stop because one lucky commenter is going to WIN a gift voucher to the krafty shop! Plus we're doing a GIVEAWAY of the ENTIRE release on the Krafty Friends facebook page! The winners will be announced at the party so don't miss it!
You'll get to see all the incredible creations for April as we share them each day this week! Be sure to join us at the LIVE Online Release Party on Saturday afternoon at 1pm EST! https://www.facebook.com/events/410536219358648/ We'll be checking out ALL four new clear stamp sets, sharing fabulous creations, giving away prizes and having tons of krafty fun!
Happy hoppin' and we'll see you back here tomorrow!
I used the shaving cream technique to make the background paper for this card. If you have never tried it, it is lots of fund and creates a different look every time. I used Lovely Blue, Catalina Splash and River Rock liquid colors from FSJ. You can use any waterbased reinker as well.
You can see that each of the 4 looks very different even though they were all made at the same time with the same technique.
I then took the He Counted the Stars sentiment and stamped it on a die cut star and heat embossed it in white embossing powder. I added a few more die cut stars and sequins to finish off this card.