Hi everyone. Welcome to another installment of Kraftymimi takes over the Joy Clair Blog. Today I am excited to show you a few (3) cards that I made recently with stamp sets that were released in the last three months. I don't know about you, but when I get new stamp sets, I love to use them, and use them, and then use them again. Often times combining sets to have them be even more useful. So... lets get started!
Using paper from a Recollections pack I bought Christmas 2014 and the Worship Him set. I remember as a child at church with my aunt, and it felt like such a special day when my favorite songs were on the schedule. SO, in remembrance of Brother Joe I added those two song titles to the diamonds for this card front. Clean and simple and brings back awesome memories.
This second card is a prototype for wedding invitations that were asked for. This is how the customer asked me to make them and she loved the finished piece. Using my Stampoholic I was able to put the Mr. & Mrs as well as the Infinity logo on and restamp it without worry that the items would not be in the same spot each time. On this project the Heart, Mr & Mrs and the heart came from the Song of Solomon stamp set. The large infinity symbol came from the Infinity 2 stamp set. The flower and rhinestones were part of my stash.
Last but not least I have another card that was sent as part of the Orlando Strong Project. The background was made using a brayer and Kaleidocolor ink pad on Kromecoat paper. I then stamped the Infinity Symbol in Black Archival and Strength in Tsukineko Brilliance Galaxy Gold. The infinity symbol is from Infinity 2 and Strength is from the Lift Me Up set.
I hope this has given you a bit of inspiration for using these sets. Thanks for checking in over here at Joy Clair, and see you again soon.
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