Yesterday, along with several other family members, my husband and I were honored to attend our first Bat Mitzvah. My great niece has been studying for her big day since she was nine years old. I shared her thirteen birthday card on an earlier post.
Since I had no stamp sets specific for Jewish special occasions (adding a request to the Sandbox), I had to improvise quite a bit. Here is what I came up with. At the end is a picture of our special girl, because I never miss a chance to brag about her.
Share What You Love
My card base is Tranquil Tide card stock (144246), I angled a piece of a beautiful new product, our Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper (146926) over the base. This is a double pack of designer Paper, and every piece is gorgeous!
I next added a large dragonfly which I die cut from the largest die in the Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits Die Set (142749) in Blackberry Bliss (133675) card stock. The dragonfly was covered with Clear Wink of Stella (141897).
The finishing touch is a die cut “Celebrate” from the Celebrate You Thinlits Set (146840).
Welcome to InKing Royalty’s April Blog Hop! This year’s hops are themed around some of our favorite songs. Today’s hop is pulls inspiration from B.B. King’s song “Let the Good Times Roll.” How fun is that?! We’ve created projects that either feature images with wheels (cards, wagons, bikes) or celebrate good times. We are excited to share our projects with you. After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.
Mediterranean Moments Watercolor
I watercolored the image from Mediterranean Moments (143191) in bright colors using Stampin Up watercolor pencils and Stampin Write markers. The ribbon is Lemon Lime Twist ombré ribbon (144234).
This piece was mounted on a layer of Cajun Craze card stock (119684), followed by another layer in Lemon Lime Twist (144245). Then I mounted my layers on a card base of Thick Whisper White (140272) card stock. I will add a suitable sentiment when I use the card.
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