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Monday, April 26, 2021

Love, Joy and Peace

 Hello, Everyone.  Hope this finds you all well and rested from the weekend.  Sometimes weekends are not restful as one tries to get everything caught up that they were not able to do doing the week.  We spent Saturday cleaning the garage.  Today,  after church, we spent some time with family and a dear friend.

I am sharing a couple of cards that I made using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps-Love, Joy and Peace.     This set is from the new release last month.

For the first card, I stamped  the image on a card front that came from a boxed set from Hobby Lobby.  I cut it down to the size I actually I wanted  and matted it on black card stock.  I colored the leaves and the penguins with Copic Markers.   The rose was creating by stamping the rose on designer paper, I fussy cut it paper pieced on the image.  I made the remaining mats with dotted designer paper and white card stock.  One piece of the card stock was embossed with a dotted embossing folder.  Looks like I was into dots since the rose ended up dotted, too.  ~smile~

For the second card, I decided to make a mini long card.  I stamped the image on white card stock and colored it with my Copic Markers.  I used a cloud template and turquoise ink to create the clouds.    I cut the blue and black mats and adhered them to the white card base.   I thought the animals on this one was  adorable.  

Thank you, for stopping by and have a great week



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Monday, April 19, 2021

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps-Fireman

Hello, Friends.  Happy Monday, to you.  I hope this day is the start of a wonderful week for you.  The last few days have been a little cool so I am hoping for some warmer temps, but I am not sure that is going to happen just yet.

I am sharing a couple cards that I made using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps-Fireman, a new release set.  There are four silhouette stamps that comes in this package.  It is perfect for a firemen friend.



For my first card, I chose a pre-made card front where this beautiful background was already made for me.  There was a white space on the bottom of it and I sponged brown ink in that spot to make the ground for my fireman and fire truck.  The rest was easy peasy. I inked up my stamps with black archival ink and stamped them on the card front.  I added the matting and this card was done in no time, at all.  


My second card was made using some designer paper that I have always liked and it is perfect for a masculine card.  I used black archival ink to stamp my fireman on the grid paper.  I stamped the fire department emblem on the back side of the same paper so it matched the rest of the designer paper. I added a piece of black ribbon and then  I fussy cut it and used foam dots to adhere it to the front of the fireman. I put my card together with the mats that I had cut, added the stars for the finishing touch to this card.

I certainly appreciate you all coming by and viewing my cards.  I will see you again soon.  Have a great week.


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Monday, April 12, 2021

Blue Knight Island Tree

 Hello, Friends.  Hope you all had a great weekend.  It was just little chilly here and a whole lot windy.  We met friends at the park and spent a couple of enjoyable hours out doors.  My jacket sure felt good.  

Today I am sharing two cards I made using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps  newly released Island Tree.


For the first card, I stamped the image on white card stock and colored it with Copic Markers.  I used the Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil and turquoise ink to create the cloudy sky.  I cut mats and adhered both the mats along with the image to the card base.


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The second card was made the same as the first.  The only difference was,  I colored them with different colors and used bashful blue ink on the sky.

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I am happy you stopped in today to see my card.  Your visits and comments are always appreciated.  Thanks, so much.


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Monday, April 5, 2021

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Statue of Liberty

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 Hello Friends.   Hope you all had a great weekend and Easter.   The weather was gorgeous and it made for a great Easter Day.

Today I am showcasing cards from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps  new release using the Statue of Liberty set.


For the first card I used the skyline silhouette image.  I used the Heidi Pettie cloud template and Distress Inks to make the clouds.  I then stamped the skyline silhouette over the clouds.  


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For the second card, I stamped the silhouette image on designer paper.  I matted the image and used matching designer paper to complete the card.


I hope you liked the cards and thank you for stopping in to view my blog.  Have a wonderful week.



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