Hello stampers! As I mentioned in my post on May 15, I needed to make some Confirmation Cards so I have one more to share with you. This one was very popular.
This card is more appropriate for Confirmation since the colors are red and white. On this card I left the cross as is and put the dove on the envelope. I used some flowered vellum as an overlay on the Real Red card base.
Again I used the stamp set All God’s Grace (retiring soon).
This is the inside and I just used the dove from the stamp set Strength and Prayers (also retiring soon). I left it this way so that a personal note could be added. This was a popular card since it works for both boys and girls.
One more view of the card.
Keep in mind that no matter what sentiment I use you can take the sketch (design) and make it your own. Change the cross to a heart or flower, etc.
My next post will be another Retro card. See you soon, until then…Happy Stamping!
Hello stampers! It seems spring/summer is such a busy time for card making. I recently participated in our church craft fair and was asked to make Confirmation cards so here is one I made…and it sold!
It’s really not Confirmation color but it turned out really cute and girl’s would like it. I used one of our retired dies, Label Card Thinlit, basically since I had it in my unfinished card stock. 🙂 I told you this was my year for using my “old” stuff.
I did use the stamp set, All God’s Grace, which unfortunately is retiring on May 31. It’s a great set so it will be a keeper.
Short and sweet sentiment. I did pop up the cross and added the dove in the center. I used our White Watercolor Pencil to shade in the dove.
This is also retired DSP but I can’t even remember which pack. You see, I prep a bunch of card kits for my classes (never really knowing how many will sign up) and when I have leftovers I put them in a shoe box to make up later. Ha, ha – great idea but guess what happens…the shoe box just keeps filling up. That is why I’m trying to go through all those shoe boxes and make up the kits. You don’t have this problem, do you? 🙂
Take care, stay healthy and Happy Stamping!