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Thursday, March 13, 2014

IS Hymn Stamps

Inspired Stamps has some great new stamps this month and coming up in the future. I wanted to share a couple stamps from two new sets.
These great houses are from the new Hymn Churches and Houses.

I LOVE the hymns in the background of these stamps. I used distress ink to add a background color. I used my Copics to add red to the hearts and gold to the tiles. I added Glossy Accents to the hearts.

This next card I used the leaves and flowers from Hymn Mushrooms and Leaves. I used distress ink to give them a pop of color. 

The scripture is from another Inspired Stamps set called Hope Transformed

The colored cardstock paper is Bazzill. Inspired Stamps store is going to start carrying Bazzill paper soon :)

Head on over to Inspired Stamps and check out all the other great creations. You can find these stamps and many at the Inspired Stamps Store.

I am entering into these challenges...
Creating in Faith, Hope and Love - Always Anything Goes with a Bible Scripture
WordArt Wednesdays Anything goes  
Penny's Paper-Crafty - Anything goes 
Inklings and Yarns - Always Anything Goes 
Crafting By Designs -  Anything goes

4 comments:

Carole Robb Bisson said...

Super sweet images, Hymns always win. This is a beautiful work of art and I thank God you shared your talent with us this week at Word Art Wednesday.
Blessings, Carole

Laurian said...

So very sweet!
Thanks for joining us at Penny's Paper Crafty this week and I hope you'll be back soon!

Hugz

Laurian

Jen said...

Hi Jamie!!! Love it! Love it! Love it!!!! Thank You for playing along with me in the Faith Hope Love Scripture Challenge! Your projects rejoices the Lord!!! May your day and week be a blessed one, and I hope you have a chance to play along with me this week as well!!!

Blessings,
Jen
www.faithhopelove1cor13-13.blogspot.com


Karen Letchworth said...

This is absolutely WONDERFUL artwork, and I really want to thank you for sharing it with us. I hope that you will join us again very soon.
God bless you,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday