Crosses of Hope DivaSC105

We have a very creative sketch for you to try today! Remember, I am just one stop on this blog hop. To see a complete listing of participating Utah Divas, CLICK HERE. To visit the next stop, just click on the link provided below.



One of the new stamp sets in this year's Idea Book & Catalog is Crosses of Hope. It's a beautiful set that can be used for a variety of reasons (dedication, Baptism, sympathy, wedding... the list goes on!) One of the images is our focal point in today's card:

The Cajun Craze card base is layered with strips of card stock in the same color. To highlight the 3 strips as shown in the sketch, I ran them through the Big Shot with our Square Lattice embossing folder. This folder is great because it gives you two different patterns; one side of the sheet looks like small crosses and the other looks like square links. (To get a better look, click on the photo to enlarge it - the top and bottom strips are the cross side, the middle strip is the link side.) Double your money :)
Our main image, is just one of 3 lovely Cross images of different designs in this stamp set. It also includes a stamp with the sentiment "God Bless You".
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Stampin' Supplies:
Stamps: Crosses of Hope
Ink: Night of Navy
Paper: Cajun Craze, More Mustard, Very Vanilla
Tools and Embellishments: Big Shot, Square Lattice embossing folder, Scallop Trim Border punch, Metallic Brads
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Comments

  1. very pretty. this cross is so 'delicate.' thanx for stamping while you've been gone. xox

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  2. Adriana, I love all of the texture on your card. The square lattice is one of my favorite embossing folders. I think I may have to take a second look at this stamp set!

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  3. Classic card. I love how you put the embossed paper on top of the same color...great way to get those elements of the sketch.

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  4. Great card!! Love that stamp you used!!

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