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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

August Release Features Day 5

Welcome to day 5 of our August feature Blog Hops!  Today we're featuring two great sets in a new series of large inspirational sentiments.


  • Stamp set includes 1 sentiment
  • Set measures approximately 3" x 4"
  • Stamp measures approximately 2 1/2" x 3 3/8"
  • Designed by Korin Sutherland
  • Priced at $9
I used the chalkboard technique on my first card using His Peace:




  • Stamp set includes 1 sentiment
  • Set measures approximately 3" x 4"
  • Stamp measures approximately 2 1/2" x 3 3/8"
  • Designed by Korin Sutherland
  • Priced at $9
For my second card, I stamped the silhouette from God Is beneath the sentiment and did quite a bit of distressing of the edges.



Check out some of the fabulous samples made by our talented DT in the thumbnails below.

Be sure to leave a comment of each of the blogs along your journey because
we're giving both of these sets away to one lucky winner!  

The deadline to comment for a chance to win is midnight EST Friday, August 16th.  The list of winners will be announced on our website homepage by Monday, August 19th.

Thanks so much for joining us!  Enjoy the hop!

22 comments:

Tamara D said...

Both cards are amazing, but if I had to choose a favorite it would be "Calms His Child". Fabulous!

Susie said...

Great chalk board technique and a very nice way to use the God Is silhouette behind the large sentiment on the second card. Very nice indeed!

sharon g said...

I LOVE both of these---they are so different from each other, and so wonderful!!!

Regina Hamilton said...

Wow..You created some really stunning cards.

Ceal said...

two very different but both very beautiful cards! love he chalkboard effect in the first one and the silhouette background in the second

Janis said...

Love both styles! You have created a lovely card both ways. I can't choose my fave!!!
<3 J

Kris B said...

Both card are fantastic! Love the papers and colors and of course the sentiment! Beautiful job! TFS

Heather said...

These are gorgeous!!!! Love your papers. The color combo on the first is beautiful and I love the pearls. The second is so masculine, and fabulous. : )

Sue D said...

Great cards--I like the chalkboard technique and the stamping over the silhouette image.

Shelly said...

Wonderful cards!!! I really like what you did with both of them.

Stamping with grace said...

your cards are so gorgeous

Pati said...

Very nice cards! I like your paper, color & layout of your cards. Cool distressing with the wood panel paper & matching the blue with the background image!

Jill Norwood said...

Such beautiful cards! I love the details on both and these inspiring sentiments!

K. Joy said...

Oh your cards are gorgeous! I love the colors and layout of the first card. You gals are making me want to try that chalkboard technique! And your second card - wow!! Love the boards (is that just DP?), and I love the distressing! Thanks for sharing!

Jonia said...

Two beautiful. Love the chalkboard technique and the rugged distressed look of the second. Great job.

Miriam Prantner said...

Beautiful cards! Love the little pearl embellishments on the first and the distressing and soft silhouette on the second!

Carisa said...

love love love the chalkboard effect and silhouette!

merrymstamper said...

Janette! Your cards are so beautiful with the choices of papers and details.

keeleykats said...

Janette, Two stunning cards! These stamps are perfect for the chalkboard technique! I love how you incorporated God Is in the second card. Thanks for the inspiration!

SuzyQue said...

I really like both of these cards, but that second one sings to me. Love that style!

SuzyQue said...

I really like both of these cards, but that second one sings to me. Love that style!

SuzyQue said...

Liking both cards, but the second one sings to me!