Believing with The Project Bin



Hi there....

Ok, so I got carried away with the bow.
Not something you would want to pop in the mail, but you could hand this card to someone.

Using Lindy's Magicals for the watercolor background is so easy.
You never know what you are going to get.


Frame around the watercolor is just an inked panel using Delicata Golden Glitz ink.
Easy Peasy!!


Sentiment from the Maybe Christmas stamp set is stamped and heat embossed.
This stamp could be used all year long if you eliminate the prancing reindeer when you stamp it. 
In fact, take a good look at the stamp set below...now think of all the Bible Journaling you could have fun with.  :)



The bow....Google how to make a hair bow. :)


Lindy's Magicals:  Autumn Maple Crimson & Ponderosa Pines Olive
Imagine Crafts:  VersaFine Onyx Black ink, Clear embossing powder, Delicata Golden Glitz ink
Burgundy Ribbon



Thanks so much for stamping by...

2 comments

Sandra H said...

This is gorgeous!

Linda S. said...

Hi Penny, your background on this card is beautiful, and you did share how it was created. I was just wondering if you have had any experience using Ken Oliver's Color Burst products? Beautiful results can be achieved with them, but boy, you had better like the colors you chose because you will be finding those colors (sometimes only minute specks,) and then again a blob of it will show up where it is least expected. I just wondered about your experience, and how the Lindy's products compare?

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