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Monday, January 10, 2022

God's Promise"s

 Hello, everyone.  Hope this finds all of you well.  It has been cold here and we we received a little snow this week.  It warmed up to around 40 today and the snow has pretty much melted off.

Today I am sharing the newly released Blue Knight Rubber Stamps -

God's Promises.  Let's get started.

I started the first card by stamping the image on white card stock.  I colored the image using Copic Markers.  I used the Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil and tempting turquoise ink to make the clouds.  I cut green and black card mats and attached everything to the card base.

The second card was made basically the same as the first.  On the rainbow I used metallic gel pens, but the markers did not have much metallic to them.  I made this one a winter card with a little snow on the ground.  I was actually trying to remember if I had ever seen a rainbow when there was snow and I do not think I have.  Then I started wondering if there were rainbows with snow so I googled it.  I did find some pictures of snow with a rainbow so I decided to proceed with my card.  


  1. So beautiful and true.

  2. Both gorgeous cards love the stamped scenes and different colourways
    Carol x

  3. These are beautiful, like seeing the rainbow in different seasons. I never thought about if you had rainbows with the snow, a great fun fact for today! Now I want to find one to photograph!

  4. This is a lovely stamp and both cards are wonderful.

  5. I think we can look for rainbows anytime in our lives and you’ve proven we can find them too!! Love the coloring. - and - the science behind your chosen color scenes! Way to go, Shirley!!

  6. Two beautiful cards and as always, two beautiful colour ways.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

  7. Both cards look beautiful and thanks for the information about rainbows and snow....Every day is a school day Shirley x.

  8. I LOve them both! Especially the one with the snow.
    Didn't realize there could be rainbows along with snow. Very interesting, thank you for that.