Friday, March 18, 2016

The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store - Blog Candy Winner - He Has Risen Easter Card

Hello blogging friends!  Today, is my day to post for The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.   I will be sharing an Easter card with you using another beautiful stamp sets from The Stamp Simply Clear Stamps Collection and also the Winner of the Blog Candy from our Easter week.  If you haven't seen Sharon's collection of Stamp Simply Clear Stamps you can click HERE to check them all out.  The stamp sets are beautiful sentiments and you can mix and match all of the stamps in the collection.

I used random.org to pick the Winner of the Blog Candy and the Winner is...

Number 20
Tricia T

Oh, Heidi! What a gorgeous card! I am so thankful that God brought my husband through brain surgery safely last June. Christ's love is so undeserved and amazing!

Congratulations Tricia!!  You can click HERE to visit Sharon's blog and find out all of the details on contacting her to get your new stamp set.

I also want to say thank you for all of the comments!  I really enjoyed reading them all and hearing about what everyone was thankful for in their lives and what kind of projects you would like to see from me on the blog.  


Here is the card that I designed using the New Stamp Simply Clear Stamps - SS-Sent005 He Has Risen.  The sentiments in this set are so beautiful and I love the fonts!


I used some of the paper from the Kaisercraft Provincial 6-1/2'' Paper Pad.  It has a floral print of roses on it and I wanted to add just a subtle hint of color to the roses so I used a cotton ball and added some Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Spun Sugar to the paper.


I layered three different types of lace and trims to create a border across the card. I used some Venise Lace 1.75" - Valentina White1/4" Ringlet Trim - Rose, and May Arts Ribbon Sampler - Vintage Pink.  I stamped the sentiment on to the white cardstock using Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Peeled Paint and then I stamped over it again using VersaMark Ink,  Then I added  Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder - Clear to heat set and emboss the sentiment.  It's just a fun little trick you can do with clear stamps if you don't a lot of colors or the right color of pigment ink to match your project.  I used the Spellbinders Labels Thirty-Four to cut and emboss the label shape and then I added some Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Spun Sugar to the inside before removing the label from the die.  I also added some beautiful Petaloo - Mums and Butterflies PinkMinis White flowers and Melissa Frances White Pearls.


To finish off the card I added a pink mat and then the card base is a garden green.  I used Scor-Tape to adhere most of the card and then Therm-O-Web Foam Squares in between some of the layers to add some extra dimension.

Thank you so much for joining me today!

Please be sure to check out The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store for all of the fantastic paper crafting products and the Blog for inspiration from the Design Team.


I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Hugs & Smiles,
Heidi


Supplies
Stamps:  Stamp Simply Clear Stamps - SS-Sent005 He Has Risen
Paper:  Kaisercraft Provincial 6-1/2'' Paper Pad, Cardstock - White, Pink, Green
Ink:  Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Spun Sugar, Peeled Paint, VersaMark Ink
Dies:  Spellbinders Labels Thirty-Four
Ribbon:  Venise Lace 1.75" - Valentina White1/4" Ringlet Trim - RoseMay Arts Ribbon Sampler - Vintage Pink
Accessories:  Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder - Clear, Petaloo - Mums and Butterflies Pink, Minis White, Melissa Frances White Pearls, Scor-Tape, Therm-O-Web Foam Squares

4 comments:

  1. Beautiful card. x
    Well done to Tricia .x

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  2. Lovely, Heidi. Adding the color to the roses is a great tip. I will try to remember that myself.

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  3. Oh, how fun! Thank you!! Your card is just beautiful. I love the way you work with pearls and lace and flowers!!!

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