Those who know me realize that I like to send cards that reflect the true meaning of Christmas. Consequently, I have a weakness for those more biblical stamp sets. Every Blessing is one of those.
As I sought to design a card with this stamp set, I decided it would be much easier if I separated the star from the shepherds. So I used my old craft and rubber scissors to cut it off and trim the resultant stamps. Makes it so much easier than trying to ink part of the stamp and keep the other part clean and dry when using it in another place.
I made two card using this method. We made this first card at my stamp class this week. The other one will be on display to showcase another design with the same color scheme.
Every Blessing stamp set (3), W 138806, $21.00; C 139919, $16.00
Smoky Slate 8½" x 11" cardstock (24), 131202, $7.00
Night of Navy 8½" x 11" cardstock (24), 100867, $7.00
Night of Navy Classic Stampin' Pad, 126970, $6.50
Silver Metallic Encore Ink Pad, discontinued
Silver 12" x 12" Glimmer Paper (2), 135314, $5.00
Rhinestone Basic Jewels (150, varying sizes), 119246, $5.00
Silver 1/8" Ribbon (10 yards), 132137, $5.00
Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack (3), 133787, $17.00
Curvy Corner Trio Punch, 139683, $20.00