FS315, Damask Thank You Card

Hi friends. I thought that I would share this card for you for the Splitcoast Stampers Featured Stamper Challenge (FS315), who is Mary Marsh. I chose Mary's IC311, Birthday Silhouette as my card to CASE. Mary's colors attracted me to this card. I changed her use of finial patterned paper to newsprint, added in a few die-cuts and the rest of the card I created, down to the background with double stamping first using the text with True Black and then the damask pattern with Aqua Mist. My mat stack is also stamped with Aqua Mist ink.

Thank you for stopping by to visit me today and God bless you!

I really need to get my light box set up. I'm so very disappointed with the quality of my pictures and I apologize.


God speaks of judging the sins of our heart in this verse. Romans 2:10. In the day when God shall judge the secrets of men by Jesus Christ according to my gospel.


Photobucket After stamping the main image panel, use an impression plate for extra added dimension.

Photobucket Try adding a third color

Photobucket Changing the colors and sentiment with this great sketch is perfect for any occasion. Have fun stamping!






Stamps: Background Basics: Text Style II, Daily Designs, Giga Guide Lines, Mat Stach 4 Collection (Papertrey Ink)
Card Stock: Aqua Mist, Stamper's Select White, True Black (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Aqua Mist, True Black (Papertrey Ink)
Stick Pins: Craft Supply, Maya Road
Ribbon/Twine: White String (DMC), Aqua Mist 5/8" Saddles Stitched Ribbon (Papertrey Ink), 
Button: True Black (Papertrey Ink)
Die-Cuts: Layerz Mat Stack 4, Limitless Layers 1-3/4" Circle Collection, Mat Stack 4
Tools: Big Shot, Stamp-a-ma-jig (Stampin Up!)
Technique: Die-cutting
Size: 5-1/2 x 4-1/4



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  1. Cindy, this is so very pretty! Love the scripted paper and the sentiment! Have a beautiful day!

  2. I love the look of this card!  I really like your hat pins and the color combination you've used.  Such a great card!

  3. Very beautiful, Miss Cindy!

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