Friday, October 16, 2015

Sweet N Sassy October Release


Hi and Welcome to Sweet N Sassy Stamps October Release day!
This month's release is just right for a wide variety of art projects including, card making, art journaling, Bible journaling ATC's and Pocket Pages!!!

For my first card, I chose one of the images from Name Above All Names.  The images in this set remind me of stained glass so I water colored with distress markers for a hint of transparency.

For my next card I played with the background stamp from Winter Blessings, it measures 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" which fits an A2 card without having to reposition the stamp!


Here's a closer look at the stamp sets I featured today:


Winter Blessings

Thanks so much for stopping by! Now I hope you will hop on over and check out my teammate's blogs to see what they have created just for you.  


6 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards, love the watercolor backgrounds you made!

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  2. You did a wonderful job with both these cards, Angie and I specially like the stained glass effect on the first card!!! The bgs you created are so lovely!!! Two beautiful cards, my friend!!!!
    Have a great weekend!!
    Hugz

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  3. Two lovely cards - symbol in a stained glass effect on your first card is really effective and really pretty colours with the snowflakes.

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  4. wow, you did a beautiful job coloring that top image. it really does look like stained glass. it looks like emboss resist on the bottom card, which i love the look of.

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  5. Beautiful cards Angela. Love the fantastic backgrounds. The coloring is so neat on the first one.

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  6. Angie your cards are beautiful - love your colour choices and the stained glass effect on the top card is stunning.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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