Sunday, March 24, 2019

Stampin' UP! Hold on to Hope

Hello, crafty friends. We have a new challenge for you to play along with at Sunday Stamps! and this week's pastel colors said Easter to me, so here's what I made using the Hold on to Hope stamp set and matching Cross of Hope Framelits.
I love the Hold on to Hope stamp set.  It is definitely a great stamp set to have for covering not only Easter, but sympathy, confirmation and the like. I will be keeping this one for a long time. :)

I first made a circle template using a Post It Note and then then sponged in Highland Heather, Pool Party and then Balmy Blue inks around my circle.  I then removed the circle and put the negative of the Post It Note around the circle and sponged in Daffodil Delight ink.  The cute little butterflies are from the Butterfly Beauty Framelits and I was able to die cut out 10 at a time since there are SO many framelits in this set.

Here's the color challenge at Sunday Stamps!
Aren't these colors just gorgeous together?  Why not give it a try and play along with us!  Card creations need to be submitted to the Sunday Stamps! challenge blog by Friday, April 5, 2019.


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Happy Stamping !



9 comments:

  1. Annette this is just Beautiful! Nice job with the colors and your design is so lovely :)

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  2. Oh my goodness, that is stunning! Perfect way to use those colors, I love the butterflies! :)

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  3. woow this is so lovely
    you put all the colors together
    great made Annette
    thanks for visiting me
    biig hugs from teamie
    Monika

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  4. Beautiful card Annette. Love it. The colors are so soft and pretty along with that wonderful cross and sentiment. TFS

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  5. This is perfect.... I think Easter when I see the colors, with eggs and chocolate, but of course, perfect for a calvary card.

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